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We’ve decided to take a camping trip to Peninsula State Park this summer and we are so excited! There is a lot to see and also a lot to do with activities such as paddle boarding, Door Bluff Shipwreck tour, a cave tour, Eagle Bluff tour, and simply kayaking. I’ve lost 128 pounds since last year so I can’t wait to see and try everything Peninsula State Park has to offer!
Door County Kayak rental is the place to get your kayak or paddle board, if you’ve never been on a kayak or paddleboard a 30 minute lesson is available. The company releases kayak and paddleboard rentals for a day, 3 days, or up to a week and the best part is; the company will deliver your choice of board to your vacation home. This is a convenient option if you don’t have transportation to get the rentals to your vacation home, all of the fun without all the stress and is a great experience for the entire family. The guides working the tours do the best they can to provide a safe but fun environment for passengers in the kayak rentals.
Door County Kyak is so much more than just rentals too! Cave Point guided kayak tour offers the chance to see some of the hidden gems of Door County. On this tour you’ll experience ancient fossils, thousand year old coves and caves, and a generous view of Whitefish Dunes State Park. After the introductory lesson you’ll get to hop onto your kayak and launch on a 2 hour journey round trip. You’ll chase along the coast until arriving at the shores of Cave Point County Park, slowing to enjoy a view of cave point and listening to the sound of the relaxing water. Explore the coves and caves through your kayak before heading to Whitefish Bay Dunes State Park.
The Eagle Bluff Kayak tour takes you alongside the shores of the Peninsula State Park, the most picturesque tour of the tours. On the tour you’ll see Horseshoe Island, Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Eagle Bluff harbor, Chambers Island, and Eagle Bluffs. You’ll remember this tour for a lifetime because a professional photographer is also on the tour taking photos. Tandem kayaks are available for families with children 5+ or if you’re a beginner with no kayak experience.
If you’re looking for a more family friendly yet relaxing kayak tour then the Guided Wetlands Kayak tour is what you are looking for. This tour is perfect for first timer kayakers who aren’t as fluent as others, this tour is also a great way to get your kayak skills for other tours like the Eagle Bluff or Cave Point tour. You’ll paddle through Mud Lake Preserve which provides different habitats including hardwood forest, Sugar Maple trees, lowland cedar hemlock forest, and mature beech which is safe, protected, and warm making it a great place for beginners. A guide will take photos for you so you can enjoy your time gazing at swans, Blue Heron, Bald Eagles, and other wetland wildlife. The wildflowers are magnificent in the spring with trout Lilies and Trillium putting on a show during the warm days on the water.
The decision to come is the easiest and the decision of planning all the activities is the hardest, you don’t want to miss a thing! We are making sure to plan our kayak tours to enjoy this summer when we visit Door County – we just have to figure out which one to try first!