Door County Adventure Rafting is a safe, high speed, tour boat located in Door County, WI. Book a charter on our raft and cruise along the shores of Lake Michigan and Green Bay. Get closer than you ever could have imagined to Adventure Island, Little Strawberry Island, Jack Island, and Pirate Island. Explore the deserted beaches of Horseshoe Island and Chambers Island while you escape the crowds of other Door County sights. Our raft takes you along the breathtaking shoreline of Fish Creek, Ephraim, and Peninsula State Park. See the historic Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Anderson Dock, shipwrecks, and many other Door County highlights.
This year Door County Adventure Rafting will offer tours on the nights of five different fireworks displays in Door County. The first fireworks event will be in Ephraim on June 20th for Fyr Bal, a traditional Norwegian festival, followed by the fireworks for the Olde Ellison Bay Days on June 27th. There will be two trips available for the fireworks in Egg Harbor on July 3rd and then in Gills Rock on July 4th. We will also be offering a trip for the Sister Bay Marina Fest on September 5th. Each trip will be a private tour for you and your friends so space is limited. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to see the fireworks from the water.
Are you looking for a different kind of a tour boat while you are staying in Door County? Our fun and safe rigid inflatable tour boat can provide you with a unique tour of Door County. See some of the most remote islands, lighthouses, caves, and bluffs Door County has to offer. Since we are the fastest tour boat in Door County we have the ability to reach more sights during our tours than other tour boats. We offer our sightseeing excursions out of the Fish Creek Town Dock and the Ellison Bay Boat Ramp. Our tour boat departs from Fish Creek Saturday through Wednesday and then out of Ellison Bay on Thursday and Friday for our exciting Death's Door Tours. Both tours are unique in their own way and offer spectacular views of the shoreline in Door County. You can also see lighthouses, islands and bluffs on both tours and will learn about the history of Door County and many of the shipwrecks in the area.