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Explore the beautiful Wisconsin landscape on one of our exciting e-bike tours. Ride through Peninsula and Cave Point County parks and take in the views as you spend some time in the great outdoors. Browse our e-bike tours and book online today.

7 Reasons Why Cave Point County Park is a Must Visit!

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We think this park is an amazing Wisconsin destination and believe you will too! by David Rack Cave Point County Park History In 1943, the Door County Board of Supervisors preserved 19 acres as the 5th established county park and named it Cave Point County Park. The park is one of the best spots to…

7 Reasons why Potawatomi State Park is the Best Park in Door County!

7 reasons why potawatomi state park is the best park

We love this State Park and we know you will too. Located close to the city of Sturgeon Bay on the southern end of the peninsula, Potawatomi State Park is one of our “best parks” of Door County. A huge park at around 1200 acres, the park’s landscape combines gentle rolling hills with towering limestone…

7 Reasons Why Newport State Park is the Best Park in Door County

7 Reasons newport state park is the best park in Door County, Wisconsin

Find out why Newport state park is considered one of the 5 gems of Door County Parks system!  Newport state park offers a 180-degree difference from Peninsula state park, go hiking and not see anyone, have a secluded beach all to yourself and no more car camping, only hike to and kayak to campsites are…

Why Schauer Park is a Better Kayaking Launch than Whitefish Bay Dunes State Park

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To launch a kayak and access Cave Point County Park,  there are mainly 2 options, Schauer Park (where we launch from) and Whitefish Bay Dunes State Park, or a little further away, Whitefish Bay Boat launch. Safety, Safety, Safety Predominant wind/wave direction is from the south. Thus the safest harbor to retreat back into is…