For a unique view of a Lake Superior icon…
The shores and waters around Split Rock Lighthouse State Park are an ideal place for paddlers to learn about sea kayaking and explore the natural and cultural wonders of this great lake. Wolf Ridge’s kayak guides combine storytelling, and interpretation to bring the history of Lake Superior alive!
After an orientation session on Pebble Beach in Split Rock State Park, paddlers will make a circuit of this old fishing harbor to develop a feel for their kayaks and paddling. Where the bay meets the open lake, tours can either head towards the Split Rock Lighthouse, which is perched upon magnificent cliffs of anorthosite, and continue on to the site of the Madeira shipwreck below Gold Rock Point, or down-shore past ancient lava flows toward Corundum Point, a traditional peregrine falcon nesting site. Both options afford inspiring views of the rugged shoreline, and possibilities for wildlife sightings. All tours finish back on Pebble Beach.
June 1 – August 31, 2021
Plan to arrive at least 15 minutes prior so you can be fitted for equipment.
$75 for adults
$59 for youth 12-17 years old – must be accompanied by an adult
Full details and cancellation policy.
Click to fill out a short request form. Our staff will contact you at the next opportunity to arrange your trip or tour or answer your questions. Staff hours are generally Tuesdays through Sundays.
All kayaking equipment is properly cleaned and sanitized by our staff before use. Masks are not required while on the water. Wolf Ridge does require participants and staff to wear protective face coverings while on land. We plan for a six-foot between participants outside of their pod. See full COVID information.