Town of Port Wing – Population 364
Click here to help support our Port Wing Beach Project–a shiny new,
accessible & environmentally sustainable outhouse!
From Wisconsin DNR for Property Owners
Congratulations to the
South Shore High School
Boys Basketball team on their great season this year!
Megan Gustafson: Making her hometown proud…again!
Seagull’s eye view of the Port Wing Boardwalk
Ice Cave Information Sources
(Not accessible yet as of 3/19/2018)
- Official Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Facebook page at www.facebook.com/apostleislandsnationallakeshore
- Apostle Islands National Lakeshore website www.nps.gov/apis
- Call the Ice Line at 715-779-3397, extension 3 for updates
Although the Ice Caves are not currently accessible, the mainland trail is always open to hike out along the top of the sea caves. The trail starts at Meyers Beach Road (A daily parking fee of $5 for vehicles 20 feet or less and $8 for vehicles that are more than 20 feet). It is about a 4 mile round trip hike to the caves. During the winter the trail does get icy from all the people hiking in the snow, so wear boots that have good grips, and a ski pole or hiking stick is always good.
Check out the latest episode of Bayfield County Wild Podcast
Port Wing has officially been named a
Posted June 29, 2015 on YouTube