Package & Save
Package and Save
on your adventures
Package your adventures for big savings! Here at Door County Adventure Center we offer a variety of kayak and zip line packages throughout the county. The Mink River Estuary Eco Kayak Tour is a serene paddle through a renowned wildlife area. Here you are sure to see creatures from land, sea, and air! For those who are interested in a bit more challenging paddle, our Cave and Dunes Kayak Tour is for you. Located in Whitefish Dunes State Park, the beach alone is sure to deliver spectacular views. Here guests can view shipwrecks, explore Lake Michigan, and kayak into caves (weather permitting). Indeed, both adventures are sure to please!
After you have picked your kayak tour, don’t forget to add your zip lining adventure! From new comers to thrill seekers, we have a package for you! The Canopy Zip Line Tour at Rowleys Bay Resort in Ellison Bay is a beautiful zip through the trees with a spectacular view of Lake Michigan. For the thrill seekers amongst us, come fly with us in Sturgeon Bay at The Team Leadership Center and experience HIGHEST zip line in the county! So, come explore Door County with us via kayak, zip line & segway!
Learn even more history about the caves, dunes, and Clark Lake! Segway at 10:00am, kayak at 1:00pm, finish the day off with a zip line tour at 4:00pm! Remember to pack lunches, hydration, and snacks to keep you fueled up for this day of adventure!
Start your day with a segway tour at 10:00am in downtown Sturgeon Bay! Drive about ten miles to Whitefish Dunes State Park for a guided kayak tour of the caves and dunes at 1:00pm. A full day of adventure, fun, Door County history and leisure!
Take a 10am segway tour along Cave Point County Park & Clark Lake. At 1pm head to Whitefish Dunes State Park for an incredible Cave & Dunes Kayak Tour!
Take an afternoon segway tour in beautiful rural Egg Harbor at 2pm. That evening, join us on a kayak tour to view the most incredible sunset in Door County, right on the water at Egg Harbor Village Beach. Meet two hours before the sunset.