Shoreline & Waterfalls of Lake Superior
Overnight Kayaking Trips
Kayak along towering rocky cliffs. Set up camp amidst rich green foliage, hidden creeks and waterfalls. Scout smooth pebble beaches. The Lake Superior shoreline will ignite the explorer in you as you embark on this Western UP kayak trip!
Kayak remote Lake Superior shorelines! This memorable & exciting trip (our favorite!) will take you to places seldom seen! (Bring your cameras & tripod for this one)! We’ll launch from Saxon Harbor, visit the mouth of the Montreal River & Superior Falls, & paddle the secluded shoreline between Little Girl’s Point & the Porcupine Mountains.
Waterfalls on numerous creeks, the Black River, Maple Creek, the Presque Isle River & Carp River can be seen & photographed after short hikes. We’ll enjoy solitude & unmatched beauty as we setup camp along the secluded shoreline. Shorter sections of this pristine paddle may be done as day trips.
Where We Meet
For trips Shoreline and Waterfalls trips we meet at and launch from Saxon Harbor.
There are changing rooms, bathrooms, and free overnight parking there.
More about the launch site here,
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.
Shorelines & Waterfalls 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
Please contact us at before booking to confirm trip date availability and itinerary.
Kids are ages 17 & 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.
INTERESTED IN A SHORELINE TRIP?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to begin setting up your Shoreline Camping Trip.
Include the trip name, date you are looking at as well as number of children and adults in your group.