Peninsula Park Caves

& Ephraim North Cruise




90 Minutes








Enjoy an insightful narrative as our 69-passenger tour boat navigates the waters north along Peninsula State Park’s seven mile shoreline. Learn about the Park’s human and natural history, including the story of the Niagara Escarpment. Have your cameras ready as we cruise past the 145 year-old Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. Learn about the history of Ephraim and the millionaire’s estate, Englemar, on Horseshoe Island. Enjoy an up close and personal view of Eagle Cave, 40 feet above the shoreline. Hear stories of French explorers and early Indian inhabitants at Nicolet Bay and photo the natural carving of the “Indian Head” in the towering cliffs above. Catch a glimpse of the native whitetail deer drinking along the shore and capture a picture of a Bald Eagle soaring along the caves high above.

I’m happy I did the Peninsula Park & Ephraim North Cruise, it takes you to these beautiful landmarks: the Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Eagle Cave, and the strawberry islands. The guide was an excellent storyteller and very knowledgeable, it was a great tour. Thank you!!

“This was a great trip along the coastline of Peninsula Park and the surrounding islands. The tour guide and boat captain where both friendly and they answered all the questions asked. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and made the tour well worth the price! Seeing Peninsula Park from the shoreline is just as breath-taking as it is from the park itself, and the complementary tours of both areas made our experience all the better!

Sight Seeing

Peninsula State Park, Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Sven’s Bluff and the Niagara Escarpment, Horseshoe Island, Nicolet Bay, the Village of Ephraim, Eagle Bluff Caves & Eagle Tower, Northern stretch of the Door Peninsula, Chambers Island, The Strawberry Islands

Tour Route

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you are welcome to bring any food or drinks on board.

We do have a small restroom on board as well as public restrooms directly across the street from our dock.

3/4 of the boat is forward facing bench seating and the back of the boat is open for standing along with side benches.

Parking is available anywhere on the street.

Music is family friendly and fits the mood of our cruises. Typically we have an acoustic guitar player who sings as well.

Reservations are highly recommended in advance. We do sell out often during our busy season. Reservations can be made online, by phone or in person.

One persons perfect day on the water may be too hot for somebody else and too cold for the next person. As a boat tour company, last minute cancellations are very costly. At the same time, we understand that things come up and we don’t feel it is right for you to lose your entire rental fee if you have to reschedule.

Our Cancellation policy is simple and strict, but fair.

  • We DO NOT give refunds, rather we will gladly give you credit for use another time.
  • Cancellations made with 24 hours notice before the event will be given a 100% credit for a tour another day.
  • No shows and cancellations within 24 hours of the event are subject to the full reservation cost.
  • We do not allow cancellations for less than ideal weather. If the weather is bad due to high winds, lightning, rain, storms in the area, unsafe conditions we will call you to cancel or move your reservation. Cancellations made by our staff due to weather will receive a full refund.
  • We reserve the right to cancel any cruise at any time due to extreme conditions deemed unsafe but will always keep our guests informed.

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