Dreamcatcher Sailing offers afternoon sails or full day excursions. Take the wheel and handle the ropes or just sit back and relax as the captain guides you around the Apostle Islands. Visit their website for a listing of available outings.
Cornucopia Sailing offers three-hour cruises or private charters or premium five-hour sea cave trips for up to six people. Experience the beauty of the Apostle Islands from aboard the 41-foot cutter rigged sloop “la diosa”.
Bayfield is the gateway to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, found at the northernmost point of Wisconsin. The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is made up of 21 islands and twelve miles of mainland wilderness. Madeline Island, the largest of the Apostle Islands, is not part of the National
Big Bay State Park is 2,350 acres, with four miles of shoreline and seven miles of hiking trails. The trails explore various types of habitat, including old growth hemlock forests, bogs, barrier beach and sandstone sea caves along Lake Superior. The trails are open year-round and adaptive
The Lakeshore Trail is an approximately 4.5-mile hiking trail to the mainland sea caves. The first .7 miles of the trail has a plank boardwalk. The remaining section of the trail to the sea caves is more rugged and moderate to difficult. The sea caves are visible at around the 1.8-mile point
The Tri-County Corridor Recreation Trail is approximately a 60-mile trail running from Ashland to Superior, beginning at Prentice Park (on Turner Road) and winding through Fish Creek Slough. Motorized and non-motorized use permitted.