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Door County Cave Kayak Tour

Door County Cave Kayak Tour
Duration:
3 hours
From:
USD 55.00
<p>This kayak tour sets off to see a few of the many precious gems of Door County. You will experience thousand year old caves, ancient fossils, and Whitefish Dunes State Park. After an introductory lesson and a calm launch from a location north of Cave Point, you'll follow the coast until eaching the shores of Cave Point County Park where you'll creep along listening to the wonderful sound of the water and enjoying the view of the caves. Then explore the caves with the kayaks, and finally head towards Whitefish Bay Dunes State Park. At this point, you will turn around and return to the launch location or head to the take-out point at the Whitefish Bay Town boat launch (dependent upon the wind). The caves are not viewable from the land. You will be one of the lucky few to observe them from the safety of a kayak.</p>

Door County Wetlands Kayak Tour

Door County Wetlands Kayak Tour
Duration:
2 hours
From:
USD 55.00
<p>This kayak tour is our most relaxing and family-friendly tour.  This beginner kayaker's paradise is our protected, safe, and warm location to learn to kayak while watching for Bald Eagles, Blue Herons, Swans, Egrets, and more.</p> <p>The wetlands and lake provide habitat for the federally-endangered Hine's emerald dragonfly among many other wildlife and plant species. The open zone grades into second-growth wet-mesic forest of white cedar, white spruce, balsam fir and black ash. This is an example of boreal forest habitat which a rare community type to be found in Wisconsin.</p> <p>In the Spring, wildflowers are outstanding on this location, with Hepaticas, Spring Beauties, Trilliums and Trout Lilies putting on a show from mid-April to the end of May. <br /><br /></p>

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Austin Straubel Airport shuttle services are typically shared with other passengers heading to the same general area, such as a hotel district in the city center. Shuttle transfers are generally cheaper than taking a taxi, but take a little longer to reach your destination. Note that nearby Austin Straubel Airport hotel shuttles are given on the Austin Straubel Airport Hotel Shuttle page


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There are no Airport Shuttle services at GRB Austin Straubel International Airport, although some taxi companies do call themselves a shuttle service.




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If renting or hiring a car at Austin Straubel Airport, inquire with the car rental/hire company, either at their airport counter, via a courtesy or free phone to see if a shuttle is required to get to the rental location. You may wish to view additional details on the GRB Austin Straubel Airport car rental page


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Last Updated: 16 Feb 2011