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Door County Boat Tours

Discover Lighthouses, Caves, & Shipwrecks in Door County

Covid-19 Update

At Door County Adventure Rafting customer service and safety has always been our top priority. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic we are adjusting our tours and practices accordingly to make sure that you can have a safe and fun time on the water with your friends and family.

Between each tour we will be increasing our cleaning practices and disinfecting all surfaces on the boat that customers come into contact with.  We will also be installing hand sanitizer on the boat at various points for your safety and convenience.

​This season we are lowering our base rate for private tours so it is possible for you to just be on the water with your immediate friends and family.  We understand not everyone is going to be comfortable being in a mixed group setting just because restrictions have been eased.   We will also be reducing the number of passengers on our mixed group tours to allow for safe physical distancing.  We are doing our best to navigate the waters in these uncertain times and we look forward to spending time making memories with you and your loved ones this season.

Death’s Door Tour

1.5 Hours • Adults $45 • Kids (under 13) $29

Join Door County Adventure Rafting for our Death’s Door Tour and see the shipwrecks of the Grapeshot and Fleetwing, the lighthouses on Plum Island and Pilot Island, and the old Coast Guard Station on Plum Island.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to see some of the most remote sights Door County has to offer on the fastest tour boat in Door County!

Bayside Tour

Fish Creek's fun and fast boat tour

Cruise along the shores of Peninsula State Park to see Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Eagle Cave, Horseshoe Island and the shipwreck of the Hanover using sonar.

Bayside Tour

Cruise along the shores of Peninsula State Park to see Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Eagle Cave, Horseshoe Island and the shipwreck of the Hanover using sonar.

About Us

Door County Adventure Rafting is a fast and fun, high-speed tour boat located in Door County, WI. We specialize in small group boat tours along the shores of Lake Michigan and Green Bay.

Get closer than you ever could have imagined to shipwrecks, islands, lighthouses, caves, and bluffs. Our boat tour can get you to the places you want to see faster and show you sights in Door County you never knew existed.

Our boat takes you along the breathtaking shoreline of Fish Creek, Ephraim, Peninsula State Park, Baileys Harbor, Cana Island, and Plum and Pilot Islands. See some of the best sights Door County has to offer while you learn the history of the waters around the peninsula.

"Terrific experience! Matt was personable and very well-informed. Highly recommend this trip."

- Jim L. via Google

"Weather was perfect, boat was tons of fun, captain is super fun as well! We enjoyed speed, sights of shipwrecks under water, lighthouses and lots of good historical information!"

- Joana R. via TripAdvisor

"Absolutely one of the best things we did in Door County. Captain Matt was great! He had a lot of knowledge and history to share with us during the tour."

- Ali J. via Yelp

"Been on all 3 of Matt's tours with my family and friends and we've loved each one! You get to speed around the Door with a background playlist which ranges from The Beach Boys to Ozzy."

- Sarah S. via Facebook

Our Boat Tours

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 (RIB for short) can provide you with a unique tour of Door County. With over 250 miles of shoreline, Door County boasts some of the best sights in Wisconsin including, caves, shipwrecks, undeveloped forests, islands, and lighthouses.

All tours offer a unique and unforgettable experience on the water around Door County and are sure to be the highlight of your trip. You’ll learn about the history of Door County and the ships that worked the waters of the peninsula for the past 150 years.