Bayfield is the type of small town travelers dream about – picturesque and charming with modern amenities and accommodations. The city is the gateway to the stunning Apostle Islands National Lakeshore - 22 gem-like coastal islands that are home to lighthouses, sea caves, hiking trails, camping, terrific blue-water sailing, and some of the best kayaking in the world. Summertime fills this Lake Superior port with sailboats, sea kayaks and charter fishing boats.The Madeline Island Ferry crosses the bay on a 3-mile trip to Madeline Island, home to Big Bay State Park and the Madeline Island Historical Museum, located on the historic site of the former American Fur Company trading post. Bayfield takes pride in its quaint, harbor town atmosphere. Attractions include the Big Top Chautauqua tent shows, a heritage and maritime museum, eclectic retail shops, Victorian B&Bs, fine restaurants, bluff-top orchards, a pair of golf courses with spectacular views, and a burgeoning artisan community.
Point to La Pointe Swim
The Friends of the Recreation Center is hosting a swim from Bayfield to Madeline Island. Participants will swim 2 miles along the path of the ice road, from...
NASTAR Sunday Races
January 10 - March 06
NASTAR (National Standard Racing) is a great opportunity for participants of all ages to race a giant slalom course and compare results to others in their age...
Ashwabay King & Queen of the Mountain
The 15th annual Rychel Cup Race Series is open to all skills and all ages. Racers compete in 2-Slalom, 2-Giant Slalom, and 2-Super G events, with the best 4 of...
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
Along windswept beaches and cliffs, visitors experience where water meets land and sky, culture meets culture, and past meets present. The 21 islands and 12...
Erickson's Orchard & Country Store
James Erickson Orchard grows apples, pears and strawberries in season. Browse the unique country store which carries homemade jams & jellies, sugar free jam &...
Dreamcatcher Sailing Charters
Sail the Apostle Islands with a USCG-licensed captain aboard Dreamcatcher, a 33’ Pearson sailing yacht; Esprit, a Tartan 34'; Egret, a Tartan 37'; Dragonfly,...