- Varies 2pm-3pm (please see note below)
- 2 hours
- $42 adults, $39 seniors, kids 12 and under $5
- *Explore Peninsula Park Caves & Eagle Bluff Lighthouse and North Shore to Death’s Door Crossing will alternate days (except Saturdays) between May 21st – June 18th & Sep 5th – Oct 15th. *Departure 2pm
Capture the essence of Door County as this trip includes great human history and breathtaking scenery, both natural and man-made. We begin our journey with a cruise along Sister Bay’s north shore into Liberty Grove, admiring some of the best man-made beauty this county has to offer along Beach Road. As we approach the towering bluffs of Ellison Bay Bluff Park, search the treetops for Wisconsin’s largest private home nestled along the bayside bluffs and be sure to wave as we pass onlookers at the County Park’s infamous lookout! Our trip continues North towards Door Bluff Headland park and into Gills Rock. Along the way you’ll hear stories of Northern Door County’s rich commercial fishing heritage, tales of the Lake’s historical shipwrecks and even the story of Death’s Door’s bluff battle between local tribes creating the waterways title. With clear skies, you may also get a glimpse of Washington Island’s southwest shores about 5 miles across Death’s Door before we venture back south along the shore to Sister Bay. If it’s not too rough out, we will get you up close to Plum Island Lighthouse and maybe even see the old Coast Guard station!