Follow State Highway 13 south from Bayfield 5 miles and park on Bayview Park or Friendly Valley Road. Bathroom and picnic facilities are available. Walk the 3.8-mile shoreline or swim. Beware of poison ivy growing along the tops of the dunes.
Little Sand Bay Beach is part of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and is located next to the boat launch by the Little Sand Bay Visitor Center. There is a playground right next to the beach, and this is also a great beach to launch kayaks from. From Bayfield, drive north on State
Joni’s Beach is a sand beach located by downtown La Pointe that offers public restroom facilities, sandbox and play facilities geared towards toddlers and above. There is also a covered picnic area, so don’t forget to pack a picnic lunch
Big Bay Beach is a 1.5-mile long, sandy beach that has been named “The Best Beach in Northern Wisconsin.” It is a perfect location for swimming and picnics. A beach wheelchair is available for those with disabilities. Big Bay Beach is located within Big Bay State Park; vehicle
Meyers Beach is a great spot for swimming, picnicking, or beach combing with its expansive sandy beach. It is also the access point to the Lakeshore Trail, an approximately two-mile hike to view the mainland sea caves. The beach is a popular departure point for kayakers wanting to explore the
Bayfield Beach is a small sand swimming beach located at the end of Broad Street (south) and Wilson Avenue in downtown Bayfield. Enjoy views of Madeline Island and watch the Madeline Island Ferry Line and sailboats as you relax on the beach. Picnic facilities are available. There is also a second
Frog Bay Tribal National Park Beach is located near Legendary Waters Resort & Casino in Red Cliff. It is the first Tribal National Park in the United States. Follow Frog Bay Road until it dead ends. The Beach Trail is a half mile old access road to the right of the