The project will enable people with mobility issues to access the gateway to the mainland sea caves.
Removing barriers for people of all abilities to explore the Apostle Islands is a core mission of the Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Achieving that mission takes many forms and your donation can play an important role. We encourage all park lovers to “unleash your generosity” on Giving Tuesday 2020.
Launching your kayak at Little Sand Bay just got easier, thanks to a new mat.
He’s dad to the “littlest light keeper,” contributed to the vibrant paddling opportunities the park now offers, and is on a mission to support the park in a new way.
With tears in her eyes she expressed her gratitude for the amphitheater…
It doesn’t take long for the Apostle Islands to make a big impression, as you’ll discover in this week’s Lakeshore Logbook entry.
Former Superintendent Jerry Banta’s Logbook entry reflects more than a decade of accomplishments and memories.
Together, we can do great things for the park we love. Join us in celebrating this major achievement as we work to do even more in the years to come.
Be the reason a child learns to kayak. Be the reason the flowers bloom at the lighthouses and the trails are accessible to all. Be the wind in our sails.
Here’s what you need to know before visiting the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore this summer.