Frequently Asked Questions
We are located on Highway 57. Our shop is 13 miles north of Sturgeon Bay and 2 miles south of Jacksonport. We share a parking lot with Mr.G’s on the right side of the highway. Look for the Kayaks! There is also a map on the bottom of our homepage.
You will want to bring water, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, shoes that can get wet, extra dry clothes for colder days and some positive energy. GoPros, cameras and cell phones, with a proper case and lanyard, are a welcomed and accessible way to capture your experience. While it is normally sunny remember to check the weather prior to coming incase you might need an extra layer, especially if you have a trip earlier in the day.
You will want to bring water, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, shoes that can get wet, extra dry clothes for colder days and some positive energy. GoPros, cameras and cell phones, with a proper case and lanyard, are a welcomed and accessible way to capture your experience. If you do not have a case with you we have them available at the shop. While it is normally sunny remember to check the weather prior to coming incase you might need an extra layer, especially if you have a trip earlier in the day.

The earlier in the day you book your trip the better. The water is generally calmer in the morning and the intensity picks up throughout the day. There are also less people out and about in the morning which creates a more serene experience. We run trips at 8:30, 10:30, 12:30 and 2:30.

You will want to arrive at least 20 minutes prior to your trip starting. Allow for time to use the restroom, sign the waiver, get fitted for your lifejacket and get some water. Make sure to look up directions the day before because locations in Door County can be deceptively far apart.

Our trips normally range from 1 to 12 people, but if you have a larger group and call ahead our staff will work diligently to accomadate whatever size group you may have.
We can never be exactly sure what mother nature has in store. Every morning we check and ardently peruse weather reports to make sure the conditions are safe for our guests. If you have any concerns about the water ask your guide and they will gladly address any concerns you may have.

Plan for three hours total for your kayak tour. That includes checking in, paddle orientation and safety lesson, our time on the water and tranportation to and from the boat launch.

Because the carrying capacity of the lifejackets and kayaks we must place restrictions to be able to operate safely. The minimum weight limit is 40 lbs and the maximum is 250 lbs. Age is not as important as size and we can take anybody between the ages of 4 and 168.

You will be in tandem kayaks. Your guide will cover the correct method for paddling together and how to get the most out of your experience.

NONE! Our goal is to get everybody capable out on the water and showcase some of Door County’s beauty.
Absolutely! If you have a kayak and would like to join us in your equipment you are more than welcome.
If your trip is canceled because of inclement weather you will be given a full refund. If for some reason you book a trip and are unable to make it you must notify us within 24 hours to get your full refund.