This island is the westernmost and second-smallest island in the chain and the birds like it that way.
Hiking, birdwatching, picnicking, boating, sailing, paddling, cross country skiing, sightseeing cruises, playing croquet, and lighthouse tours are all popular ways of enjoying the island.
We love it when visitors to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore share their adventures, their photographs and their videos with us, so we can share them with you.
This island is known to some of the locals as Wilson Island.
“While indoors in any commercial business or City office, and in an Outdoor Space that is open to the general public, all customers, employees, and any other occupants or users of such area shall wear a face covering…”
This island is about as far from the mainland as you can go but the destination is worth the effort.
Visitors to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore should be aware of new requirement to wear masks in certain situations in Bayfield And Ashland Counties, effective Friday morning.
Fishermen began to use the camp on this island in the early 1900s, occupying a log cabin built by Swedish loggers.
Sparks are flying in Madison Wisconsin, where crews are now building the framework for the new, universally accessible amphitheater to be installed on Stockton Island.
This island is located at the mouth of Chequamegon Bay. It’s home to tiny rare birds.