Door County Activities
Rowleys Bay Resort is more than just its guest amenities. There’s so much more to do! Between our on-site partner activities and world-famous landmarks within a short drive, Rowleys Bay Resort is the place to stay to access it all.
Kayak, Zip-Line, and SUP with Door County Adventure Center
Stop by the waterfront home base of DC Adventure Center to meet their professionally trained staff and try your hand at a new hobby. The improved and exciting four-span zip line takes you straight through our wild forest canopy, using our repurposed original bar silo as your starting point. They offer a variety of kayak tours and rentals, including guided tours of Lake Michigan and the Mink River Estuary. For a totally new sensation, hop on one of their stand-up paddleboards (SUPs) and enjoy the lake from an elevated view.
Call them directly for details and reservations: 920-746-9539. Open seasonally.
Rick’s Offroad Segway Adventures
Try your hand at our partner’s popular off-road Segway tours on our extensive trail network. Guests who try it say it’s surprisingly easy to do, and they hate to see the tour end! The oversized tires on these special Segway units allow to you traverse trails and absorb nature’s bumps with the greatest of ease. Headquartered across the road from the resort.
Call directly for details and reservations: 920-421-4111
Hiking Trails and Sand Bay Park and Beach
One of our township’s hidden gems, Sand Bay Park and beach with it’s several-hundred feet of sandy swim-friendly shoreline is just a short drive from the resort. Bring the towels and sunscreen, because here’s where you’ll find swimming, boardwalks, picnic and play areas, and public restrooms.
Looking for snowmobile trails?
Marina and Shoreline Access
If you have a passion for water sports, you have to come to Rowleys Bay Resort. From canoeing and kayaking to sailing and windsurfing, you won’t find a better place in Door County for aqua adventures on Lake Michigan. We also offer the most direct access to the Mink River, one of the few unspoiled estuaries in the Great Lakes. The river flows through coniferous swamps, a large marsh and empties into Lake Michigan at Rowleys Bay.
Rowleys Bay Resort is steps away from 700-feet of wild Lake Michigan shoreline. Part of that includes access to graduated shoreline for canoe and kayak launching, the public marina, even an old fishing dock that used to host the Washington Island people ferry. Bring your own canoe, boat, SUP, or windsurfer, and launch from our public marina and graduated shoreline. Better yet, rent one from Door County Adventure Center! Explore the gentle marsh area of Rowleys Bay and protected wilderness of the Mink River Estuary. Rowleys Bay is the perfect spot for aqua adventures of all types – even fishing straight off the docks! Learn more here about our marina and waterfront access, including launch information, boat slip rental, and trailer parking.