The Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Park is a group of volunteers who raise funds and support the maintenance of the park and its recreational facilities. Among the current projects are purchasing beer-proof storage boxes, construction of two benches on Stockton Island, assisting with the refurbishing of the Manitou Fish Camp, and a supporting a research project on the mainland sea caves.
Sea Kayakers head out for a trip to the Apostle Islands
from Little Sand Bay - popular launching spot for kayakers visiting the islands
Apostle Islands Links and Resources
The old county courthouse in Bayfield houses the main Apostle Island National Lakeshore Visitor Center. Here one can view audiovisual programs, exhibits, and obtain information on touring and recreational opportunities.
Apostle Island & Madeline Island Visitor Pages on SuperiorTrails.com
Meyers Beach: Hiking to the Apostle Islands Mainland Sea Caves
The Sea Caves in Winter: Bayfield Ice Caves
Visiting the Apostle Islands Raspberry Island Lighthouse
Visiting Madeline Island
Links to More Resources on the Apostle Islands
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Apostle Islands Lighthouse CelebrationSept 3 - 20th, 2014
Visiting Bayfield Wisconsin
The Bayfield Chamber & Visitors Bureau office is conveniently located downtown on Manypenny Avenue. They are the prime sponsor of AppleFest and are an essential stop for the Bayfield visitor to get useful advice, maps, brochures, and information on enjoying the Bayfield area.
SuperiorTrails.com - Reinhold Development - 2013
Apostle Islands Sea Caves Hiking Trail is about a 3.5 mile round trip from Meyers Beach.