Enjoy this serene yet thrilling kayak tour of Door Bluff County Park. See Native American pictographs, the Schooner Fleetwing shipwreck, and Death’s Door from the water.
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Cave Point County Park Kayak Tour
Cave Point County Park is the #1 Door County kayak spot
A kayaker’s perspective is the best way to view Cave Point County Park’s caves, cliffs, and unique geological formations. Kayakers of all experience levels can come along for this fun tour.
We launch the kayaks just north of Cave Point Park and begin our paddle down the beautiful, rocky shores of Lake Michigan. On the way to the park, you have the opportunity to gain confidence in your paddling as you pass by the wonderful lakefront scenery.
After just over a mile, the picturesque caves and coves start to appear, and you’re treated to amazing vistas that can only be viewed from the water. Pictures can hardly do justice to the sights and sounds you experience while paddling inside these geologic wonders.
After we kayak into a cave, if time and weather should permit, we get a quick view of Whitefish Bay Dunes State Park, where beautiful expanses of beach rest in front of the marvelous sand formations.
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AT YOUR OWN RISK! Cliff jumping, is a super fun activity to do at Cave Point, but can be very risky as the water level changes and a majority of the shoreline is very shallow.
Depending on the weather conditions, there is usually a group of people jumping off the main rock. You can jump in anywhere from 2 feet to 15 feet high. DO NOT PENCIL JUMP or DIVE and VERIFY YOUR LANDING YOUR SELF PRIOR TO JUMPING.
The 2hr cave point kayak tour doesn’t have much time to stop and cliff jump, but our 1/2 Day Cave Point Kayak Tour DOES have the opportunity if you are feeling adventurous. So Book that option if you are looking to swim and cliff jump at Cave Point.
Yes you can swim around Cave Point, but at your own risk. If the conditions are calm, it can be a really cool spot to swim. If the water is calm the prior few days, Cave Point County Park can really warm up. There are no lifeguards on duty, so be careful. We do not swim on our 2 hr kayak tour. But we do swim on our 1/2 day Cave Point Kayak Tour
You can hike a nice long path about 3-4 miles all along the shore all the way to Whitefish Bay Dunes State Park. There is a cool blow hole along the way and if the waves are big, it is a cool thing to see on our Cave Point ebike tour when the waves are too big to go kayaking. On our 1/2 day cave point kayak tour we get a chance to hike along the path. We do not hike on the 2hr Cave Point kayak tour.