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Prehistoric Door County, Cave Point & Whitefish Dunes, Segway Tour

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Segway Tour of Cave Point, Whitefish Dunes & Clark Lake

The only Segway tour in the United States that visits a state, county, and village park!

Are you ready for an adventure in Door County’s hidden treasures? Join us and hop on a Segway to discover the organic allure of Cave Point County Park and Whitefish Dunes State Park on our vibrant tour!

Our glide will take us to the sinkholes in Cave Point County Park, the serene Clark Lake, and the sand dunes of Whitefish Dunes State Park. As we glide along, you’ll see trees clinging to the edge of the cliffs, encounter sublime overlooks, and hear the tranquil resonance of the surf.

The Cave Point area near Jacksonport is famous for its underwater caves and wave-worn limestone ridges, while Clark Lake is one of the largest lakes in Door County. And let’s not forget about Whitefish Dune State Park, home to some of the largest dunes on Lake Michigan.

We’ll experience the beauty of this scenic area in a unique way with the use of a Segway. As your guide, we’ll lead you to the best spots and share fascinating stories and history along the way.

Are you ready to embark on this thrilling adventure? Book online or give us a call at 920-376-0256 to book your tour TODAY! Let’s explore the beauty of Door County together on our exciting Segway tour!

How It Works

Make a reservation ahead of time. We meet at the start of the tour which 17 minutes north of Sturgeon Bay & 20 minutes south of Baileys Harbor off Hwy 57.

“We did the cave point tour, it was just my partner and I. Our guide was super friendly, had history and geological information of the area. Took so many pictures of the two of us are various places. Took time with us, didn’t rush the tour. We are looking forward to doing another tour when we come back to Door County.”

Reviewed by Byns_Travels