Summit Tours: Shoreline Charters and Waseda Farms

Shoreline Charters:

Shoreline Charters has been offering scenic boat tours in Door County for over 24 years. They are the first original boat tour company in the county. Charters are run out of both Gills Rock and Baileys Harbor. Tours bring passengers up close to iconic Door County sites and shipwrecks from the 1800s.

Check out the live camera installed at the docks in Gills Rock to see the water through all seasons!

What to expect during this boat tour:

Enjoy a shoreline cruise along the Northern Tip of the Peninsula headed by Captain Jim Robinson. View the karst from the water. This cruise includes towering cliffs, caves, the site of Indian Pictographs, beautiful waterfront homes and see a shipwreck from 1888 if conditions allow.

Waseda Farms:

The creation of Waseda Farms started with Tom Lutsey’s desire to create a better product for himself to eat, as he was battle cancer off-and-on. What started as a small project soon grew into the farm that it is today.

You can read more about Lutsey and the creation of Waseda Farms at the Peninsula Pulse>>

What to expect during this farm tour:

Tour Waseda Farms, Door County’s Certified Organic farm, via tractor and wagon with the guidance of Matt Lutsey. Discuss unique water use and it’s relation to northern Door County farming and gardening. Experience some of Waseda Farm’s 500 acres of perennial grass pastures and see their animals roaming in their natural pasture habitat.

All tours are $20, which includes transportation.

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