Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is in Wisconsin’s Bayfield county was originally established as of 1970 and is known for their beautiful sea caves and historic islands. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore National Park is on the Southwest shores of Lake Superior along State highway 13-N. Apostle Islands National Lakeshore features 21 unique and historic Apostle Islands. Some of the main things to do in Apostle Islands National Lakeshore include sailing, fishing, exploring sea caves, paddling and hiking. It is home to the largest complete collection of historic lighthouses and light towers in America. The lighthouses include, Devil’s Island Lighthouse, LaPointe Lighthouse, Michigan Island Lighthouse, Outer Island Lighthouse, Raspberry Island Lighthouse, and Sand Island Lighthouse.
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore National Park is open from May 25th until October 6th and has camping available for those who need accommodations on the beautiful shores of Lake Superior. If you are going to be camping at the park, they spot available for anything from a tent to an RV and even separate roofed accommodations. There are plenty of onsite facilities and services offered for those staying at the park such as laundry, showers, water hookups, electrical hookups (30 and 50 amp), restrooms and pump out stations. They also have spots available for “back-country” camping if you really want to embrace the great outdoors. However, some islands you can’t access but once at the park they can fully guide on how and where to go in order to provide you with the best experience. Due to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore being primarily located on the islands you can only access it by water and your options include on your own, Apostle Island Cruises, commercial services, or the car ferry to Madeline Island.