In honor of Father’s Day, Neil and his son are visiting the largest island in the national lakeshore
The National Park Service (NPS) is pleased to announce that the Michigan and Manitou Islands docks have been repaired and reopened.
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.
Neil is exploring a brand new visitor center at Little Sand Bay. A lot of it is accessible now, despite the pandemic.
Self-contained boaters will be able to use park docks overnight, starting June 10.
This island is remote and wild. You’ll find some plant species that grow nowhere else in the state.
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.
Here’s what you need to know before visiting the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore this summer.
This island is among the tallest points in the national Lakeshore. This arch is only a memory now…
While we’re all practicing social distancing in the pandemic, join us on a virtual tour through the lens of Friends volunteer photographers.