If you want to explore the natural beauty of Peninsula State Park, the 6th Largest Park in Wisconsin, and oldest park along Lake Michigan, there's no better way to see it than from the water. This 3,770 acre park has over 7 miles of coastline with sites like Eagle Bluff Lighthouse which was built in 1868, Nicolet Bay, Tennison Bay, as well as Eagle Cave which projects 186' out of the bay! On calm days you can ask your guide to take you out to Horseshoe Island, a picturesque island with an emerald blue bay that beckons you to take a quick swim!
9993 Water Street, Ephraim, Wisconsin 54211, United States
What Should I Bring With Me?
You will want to bring water, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, shoes that can get wet, extra dry clothes for colder days and some positive energy. GoPros, cameras and cell phones, with a proper case and lanyard, are a great way to capture your experience.
When Should I Arrive?
You will want to arrive at least 20 minutes prior to your trip starting. Allow for time to use the restroom, sign the waiver, get fitted for your life jacket and get some water.
If you want to enjoy the scenic waters of the park without a tour, come to us for kayak and paddleboard rentals. We offer hourly and daily rates, so whether you plan to spend an afternoon on the water or a full week, we can accommodate you.
Our rentals are available from our Ephraim location, just a few minutes drive from the park entrance.