Stand Up Paddling Tours
We start each tour with a lesson in the fun-damentals, then head out along Lake Superior shorelines and estuaries to explore sea caves and other natural history highlights.
Stand Up Romans Point Sea Caves Tour
Trip Time: 3-6pm
Romans Point is the perfect place to stand up paddle on the largest freshwater lake in the world, explore amazing sea caves, and view wildlife, all while being in the protected waters of Siskiwit Bay.
This trip is approximately 3 hours long with a 3.5 mile round-trip paddle. Great for first time SUP-ers as well as those with experience wanting a guided adventure.
$65 plus tax per person includes equipment, and guide.
Stand Up Slough & Sea Caves Adventure
Trip Time: 10am-4pm
This is a favorite! We're dropped off at beautiful Bark Bay slough, (A warm fresh water estuary) where we practice our SUP skills. Then we'll paddle to the mouth of the river and eat lunch. Now we're out on the big lake! After lunch we aim for Romans Point to explore the sea arches & caves, eventually landing in Cornucopia. This is a diverse paddle with no crowds and great scenery. Approximately 6 hours long and 6 miles.
$129 plus tax per person includes equipment, lunch and guide.
Romans Point Caves
Stand Up Bark Bay
Trip Time: 4-7pm
After experiencing the Bark Bay slough in the evening, with mist on the water, Kingfishers hunting insects and Rose bushes in bloom (can you smell it?) we decided to add this to our trip options. Unless it's too wavy we'll also get out on Lake Superior for the paddle back. A really nice paddle of about 3 miles. Paddlers must be at least 14 years of age.
$65 plus tax per person includes instruction, equipment, and guide. View payment & refund policies