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Bayfield Peninsula Sea Caves, Apostle Islands
(4.3/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • We were not planning to stop here because the reviews of the foot path were only so so, but our schedule changed and we took advantage of a free evening to do the hike that starts at Meyers beach. Fir...  more »
  • I saw all the publicity last year about the caves but the timing did not work out for us to go. This year, it was a mission to make it if the caves were to open again. They opened February 28 and we w...  more »
  • Something to do for a saturday adventure but I'd say check out the pictures on the Internet and save yourself the trip. The day we were there it was a mass exodus of people in a line as far as you cou...  more »
  • Very rare and wonderful formation in different colors. Last year it was not open though. Waiting for this year..
  • The Sea caves of the Apostle Islands are a regional natural wonder, accessible best by kayak or by powerboat. Caution should be used as Lake Superior can cause death by hypothermia very quickly. Park service employees staff the Meyer's beach launch site and their advice should be headed. If you are not an expert rescue trained sea kayaker, you should only go on a guided tour by a reputable outfitter (one approved by the Park Service).
  • beautiful place, friendly park rangers. activities and exploring available depends completely on the weather of the day. many different types of boats out and about in the water during the summer months.
  • I LOVED it! But to get there you do have to walk. There were tons of caves to go in, the caves had holes so we could go through. I went there with my family in 2014. They don't form every year so find info in Bayfield. Need a Place to stay? Go to Woodside Cotteges on County Road 13!
  • An experience beyond my dreams...fabulous!