Apostle Islands Camping Trips
Overnight Kayaking Trips
A “playground” for historians, paddling-enthusiasts, and beach-lovers alike! These Apostle Island kayak trips boast of old brownstone lighthouses, remote sandy beaches, and plenty of islands to explore! This will be an apostle islands kayaking tour you will never forget.
Kayak and camp the Apostle Islands with us! This is one of the most popular sea kayak destinations of the world! Camp on islands, explore sandstone sea caves, hike trails, visit former brownstone quarries, lighthouses, and former fishing camps. There are numerous options available depending on the size, interests, and ambitions of your group. We’ll often customize the trip to fit what works best for you, or if you’re on your own, we’ll try to find you a group.
Typically, after paddling instructions and packing our kayaks, we’ll leave from Little Sand Bay and paddle 2 hours to Sand Island. This wonderful island has nice campsites with sandy beaches, great sea caves, a cool lighthouse that often offers tours, and some nice hiking. Depending on the length of the trip, we’ll visit and stay on York or Oak, with a visit to Raspberry. Trips longer than 2-3 days can be planned to other more distant islands.
Where We Meet
For trips in the Apostle Islands we meet at and launch from Little Sand Bay.
There are changing rooms, bathrooms, and free overnight parking there.
Little Sand Bay
Russell, WI 54814
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Apostle Islands Camping Trip
2 Days: $300 adult / $150 Child
3 Days: $400 adult / $200 Child
4 Days: $500 adult / $250 Child
5 Days: $600 adult / $300 Child
6 Days: $700 adult / $350 Child
Kids are ages 17 and under. Must have a group of at least 3 adults for these prices. An additional $25/ person will be applied for groups with less than three adults.
We assume everyone is a beginner. We’ll teach, train and guide you throughout the trip — but also respect the experiences you come with.
Participants should be able to:
Understand basic instructions
Manage personal care and mobility
Enter and exit the kayak. You should be able to maintain a balanced upright position while seated.
Be comfortable in water and able to float in an upright position with a life jacket.