Not yet open to the public, we’ve got a sneak peek!
The beauty and history of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and many other national parks will be showcased in an online film festival starting June 12th, thanks to the National Park Service.
The final product will enable visitors in wheelchairs, using walkers or with mobility issues to move from the dock to the already accessible campsite, up to the contact station and onto the amphitheater.
While we’re all practicing social distancing in the pandemic, join us on a virtual tour through the lens of Friends volunteer photographers.
It’s dark sky week around the globe… a perfect time to explore the night sky above the Islands and consider dark sky designation.
Earth Day 2020 is like no other. Watch the WPT documentary devoted to founder Gaylord Nelson and his legacy, which includes the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
We would like to introduce a new, fun feature for you and your family. It’s a way for you to enjoy the amazing Apostle Islands National Lakeshore virtually… a way to see some of what the islands have to offer, from the perspective of someone who knows the National Lakeshore like the back of his hand.
Gaylord Nelson had plenty on his plate following his election to the U.S. Senate in 1962, but nothing seemed more of a personal priority to him than bringing his home state’s Apostle Islands into the National Park System.
Organizers have set new dates of November 16-17 and hope to reopen registration early in the fall. Please monitor this site for further information.
It is hard to determine who benefits most from every year’s Island School experience – 3 days of wilderness camping on Stockton Island in May. The 6-8th graders give up classroom learning and social media for a hands-on, once–in–a lifetime experience with Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands. The Northland College students who participate asContinue reading “Island School in 32nd Year”