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Paddle through the magnificent and colorful sandstone sea caves in Lake Superior. A must for... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
bgkmrus4
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Stunning, Dramatic Views of Natural Beauties

The ca. 2-mile hike on boardwalks, across streams, and through woods was a beautiful lead-up to the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
James Z
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Meyers Beach sea caves are located just North of Cornucopia, Wi. There are caves at the the Northern end of Mawikwe bay and one cave at the South end of Mawikwe Bay.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Bayfield, WI 54814
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+1 715-779-3397
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Paddle through the magnificent and colorful sandstone sea caves in Lake Superior. A must for anyone who seeks adventure

Thank bgkmrus4
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The ca. 2-mile hike on boardwalks, across streams, and through woods was a beautiful lead-up to the highlight of the hike: the sea caves seen from above. The sound of Lake Superior smashing against the brownstone caves complemented the dramatic beauty of the caves themselves.

Thank James Z
Reviewed 12 June 2018

Sea caves are amazingly beautiful in the winter with ice and in the summer with the emerald waters. Worth the hike or kayak to get out and see them!

Thank Mark B
Reviewed 2 June 2018

We took a boat tour out of Cornacopia with Good Earth Outfitters to see the caves. We loved the tour! It also gave us confidence to take our inflatable kayak out the explore the caves as well. We ducked into little caves and deep into...More

2  Thank Michelle V
Reviewed 14 May 2018

We started at Meyers Beach trail and worked our way north. Because the leaves hadn't bloomed yet, we could see the lake often as we hiked to the caves. After the initial boardwalk, the hike is a lot of up and down and small boulders...More

3  Thank turks
Reviewed 3 March 2018

We headed up to the Meyers Beach area during late February for a hike along the main route atop the sea caves. It happened to be after a fresh snow fall, and although the majority of the reviews and descriptions I have read suggested traction...More

Thank 8Zebra211
Reviewed 19 December 2017

Until a couple of years ago, these beautiful sandstone caves east of Cornucopia, Wisconsin were only visible by boat or kayak during the summer. They were virtually unknown before then. But a couple of years ago the ice was thick and stable enough to allow...More

2  Thank williamiscruising
Reviewed 27 October 2017

Not to be missed! You cannot take a bad picture. While October was cool, we were still satisfied and look forward to returning in the summer season.

1  Thank SingRick
Reviewed 13 October 2017

If you are able dont miss this attraction, not the easiest to get to but well worth the effort if you do

Thank Dave I
Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

We had to see the sea caves after all the media attention in 2014! The first .7 mile of trail is boardwalk—amazed at the work to build it! The “rugged” comes in as you cross the road to the caves where we found muddy conditions....More

2  Thank 262DianeV2014
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If you go with a dog, make sure to pack water for him and keep him close. There's a lot of erosion around the edges that could send your dog over.
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