3. Ellison Bluff Tour
Ellison Bluff Tour- High bluffs
and cherry orchards. This tour starts at beautiful Ellison Bluff County Park. We glide down the gravel road to picturesque
Beach Road. You will glide below the limestone bluffs in the area and experience amazing views of Green Bay. A trip through
the heart of Door County’s cherry orchard industry is also part of this serene glide.
You will express that it is impressive because it is. The Cave Point
area near Jacksonpoint is well known for its underwater caves and wave-worn limestone cliffs. When the waves break the resulting
splash of water is beautiful to watch. We will glide to sink holes, take in trees grasping the edge of the cliffs, experience
majestic overlooks, and hear the soothing sounds of the surf.
Egg Harbor (EcoTour)
Explore the beautiful back
roads of rural Egg Harbor? Glide beside old growth white cedar forests and look up to see the high bluffs of the Niagara Escarpment
towering above. We will travel from the Village of Egg Harbor to the White Cliff Fen and Forest Preserve, take a break to
learn what a Fen is and identify some of the foliage it encompasses, then glide back to civilization.
4. Everything Sturgeon Bay Tour
Everything Sturgeon Bay Tour- This tour experiences just
about all Sturgeon Bay has to offer: hills, sidewalk, street, and speed! We visit the Historic Museum, Big Hill Park, Louisiana
Street Historic District, Graham Park, Boat Yard, and Canal. The people of Sturgeon Bay love watching you glide through downtown
and their neighborhoods. You will have experienced the diversity of the only "city" in Door County by the close
of this fantastic tour.
Sturgeon Bay Coast Guard & Lighthouse
This tour leaves the hustle and bustle of
Sturgeon Bay and travels along country roads and next to the Sturgeon Bay Canal on Canal Road. The destination is the picturesque
Sturgeon Bay Lighthouse on the property of the Coast Guard Station on the remote east end of Sturgeon Bay. Travel back will
trek down a beautiful canopied dirt road. You will find yourself exclaiming, “This is Sturgeon Bay?”