In his logbook entry, Stu Whipple writes about being a conduit between park visitors and the natural and cultural wonders of the parks, its history, meaning and promise to the past, present and future.
Like the lighthouse keepers before him, Jim Feldman learned that island living can be solitary living. And he learned to love it.
Apostle Islands Water Trips is an essential resource for paddlers and boaters who want to explore the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
Diane writes in her entry, “I didn’t accomplish anything alone….” Read about what she and the team accomplished together.
Navigating the narrows on Stockton Island was part of a day at the office for Ian Williams, as you’ll discover in this week’s Lakeshore Logbook entry.
Sometimes, one island becomes your favorite when you’re working in the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Dave Chesky knows.
During his off hours, Daniel led a group of kayakers who learned first-hand that the lake is the boss and her mood can change in minutes.
Former Superintendent Jerry Banta’s Logbook entry reflects more than a decade of accomplishments and memories.
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.
Paddling the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is an experience like no other in the world. Only in the park can you experience the combination of stunning sandstone sea caves carved by wind and water, pristine beaches and by area, the largest freshwater lake in the world. The park includes an archipelago of 21 islands, 155Continue reading “Watch now: Paddling the Apostles – Sense of Adventure series premiere”