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KID FRIENDLY ACTIVITIES

Cana Island Lighthouse – Explore the island or climb the 80’ tower May-October. Children 5 and up and over 3′ tall are allowed to climb the tower. All are welcome to explore the island, spot shipwrecks, and take in the breath taking vistas from the shores. Tower Climbs:10am-4:30pm 8800 E Cana Island Rd.

Gravity Trails Kayak Tours is a multi-recreational tour company that offer guided Clear Bottom Kayak tours of North Bay shipwrecks and wildlife. Our certified and knowledgeable staff will guide you safely over 100 year old shipwrecks that you will be able to view through the clear bottoms of your kayaks. Stand Up Paddle boards rentals and lessons are also available. Tours offered daily. Spaces fill up quickly. Call to make reservations.

1420 Pine Drive 920.854.9292

Lakeshore Adventures is perfect for sunny days in the late spring, summer and early fall. They offer charter fishing, kayak, snorkel, SUP,  boat tours & rentals as well as bike rentals from their downtown office. If you’re looking for a bird’s eye view, they will have their new Zip Line Tours opening up in the spring of 2015.
8113 Hwy 57 920.493.3474

McArdle Library located within the Town Hall at 2392 Cty F. It’s a perfect way to spend a rainy day putting together puzzles, taking adventures through time, or exploring new characters. Library Hours: Mon & Fri 10-4pm, Wed 1-7pm, Sat 9am-2pmPC Junction – Train themed restaurant, pizzeria & fun park. Pedal Go Karts, basketball, playground, and more!

7898 Cty A 920.839.2048

The Ridges Sanctuary Nature Center is debuting their brand new interactive center in the spring of 2015. The Sanctuary offers 5 miles of hiking, wildlife discovery, endangered and protected species of plants and animals, geological features, and much more. There are over 1,600 acres of the most biologically diverse ecosystem in Wisconsin. The current Nature Center is located at 8288 Cty Q. 920.839.2802

Toft’s Point Natural Area– Take a step back in time to enormous Old Growth trees, an old settlement, hundreds of species of wildlife & plants, all along great hiking trails leading to the waters of Moonlight Bay.
1962 Ridges Rd

Yum Yum Tree – Home made ice cream & candies, deli sandwiches located across the street from the Visitor Center.

8054 Hwy 57 920.839.2993

Parks & Beaches

Anclam Park & Beach–  7976 Hwy 57 – Newly redone with silent sport launch ramp, landscaped jetty providing 360 degree views of Baileys Harbor, great sand beach, playground and public restrooms.
Ridges Beach – 2301 Ridges Rd – A wide sandy beach located in the middle of the harbor with rolling dunes, picnic tables, and public restrooms. Walking access to The Ridges Sanctuary.
Kangaroo Lake Beach Rd Park – East end of Kangaroo Lake Beach Rd – A public access to Kangaroo Lake great for a silent sport launch site, wading and swimming, or a picnic. Also home to the Winter Carnival in February.
Baileys Harbor Recreational Park –2623 Summit Rd- A football/soccer field, softball & baseball fields, Bocce ball courts and a playground. Home to the Door County Destroyers semi pro football team and the Baileys Harbor A’s Door County League baseball team.
Kendall Park – 2392 Cty F- Located in the heart of downtown adjacent to the Town Hall & McArdle Library. Public restrooms are available inside and WiFi is available in the gazebo and inside the Town Hall.