The Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is a 22-island archipelago on the South Shore of Lake Superior. It is known for its red sandstone sea caves, sandy beaches, picturesque lighthouses, and historic shipwrecks. Sea kayaking in the Apostle Islands is great for both novice and experienced paddlers. There are also plenty of opportunities to hike, play on the beach, sight-see, camp out, and enjoy the rhythm of the world’s largest freshwater lake, Lake Superior.
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About the AreaThe Apostle Islands National Lakeshore lies in northwestern Wisconsin on the waters of Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world. Our Little Sand Bay Base Camp is immediately adjacent to the Apostle Islands on the South Shore of Lake Superior. The area is an enticing mix of rolling hills, sandstone cliffs, sand beaches, and a 22 island archipelago covered with a beautiful mix of northern hardwood and boreal forest that are laced with streams, waterfalls, and wetlands. It is a kayakers paradise with endless options to explore. Read more »