“How do we connect with and create the next generation of park visitors, supporters, and advocates?”

If the Apostle Islands are to thrive in the face of changing times, we must keep (or make) the park relevant to both current and future generations, and to people of all demographics, including those who have yet to experience why this national park is significant. “Friends” is so charged, and especially with youth. But we also do it through our volunteer program, accessibility initiatives, publications and outreach.

First look inside Little Sand Bay Visitor Center
Not yet open to the public, we've got a sneak peek!
Now showing! You’re invited to a online film festival, featuring the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
The beauty and history of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and many …
New accessible amphitheater to be built at Presque Isle on Stockton Island this summer
The final product will enable visitors in wheelchairs, using walkers or with …
Virtual Video Tour: Raspberry Island
While we're all practicing social distancing in the pandemic, join us on …
The Apostle Islands after dark – celebrating our night sky
It's dark sky week around the globe… a perfect time to explore …
Celebrating Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day founder and advocate for the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
Earth Day 2020 is like no other. Watch the WPT documentary devoted …

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