Rowleys Bay Resort
Rowleys Bay, Door County, WI
We're excited to celebrate 16 years of the Door County Sea Kayak Symposium. Join us as we build a community of sea kayakers for a few days each summer. Whether you are an experienced kayaker or just beginning, the Door County Sea Kayak Symposium is a weekend of fun, growth and learning for everyone!
Classes - Quality on-water classes and land-based workshops that will help you develop and improve your sea kayaking skills. We offer a beginner track, women-only courses, and specialty courses at all levels.
Tours - Enjoy guided trips to the rocky coves, rugged cliffs, and sandy beaches of Door County. Whatever your skill level we have a tour for you. Paddle with a naturalist, glimpse a sunken shipwreck, decipher pictographs, spot lighthouses, ride the waves, and more. Discover the beauty of Door County and put your skills to use!
Community - Build community with other paddlers both on and off the water. Social happenings off the water include group meals, evening campfires & programs, free beer wagon, ice cream social (sponsored by Wilderness Systems), slide show, and an auction to benefit the Door County Land Trust.
Instructors - You'll love our experienced, fun and dedicated instructors who are passionate about helping you get to the next level. Come learn from the pros!
Family Friendly - Bring the whole family! We offer paddling classes for kids and guided tours for the entire family.
We're offering a DCSKS long-sleeved hooded NRS Tech Shirt available for purchase when registering online for $39.95 (a $54.95 value). Both men's (in quarry) and women's (in orchid) options are available. Shirts can only be purchased when you register online and while supplies last.
Find a list of our awesome vendors and sponsors here.
Check out photos and read participant stories from past Door County Sea Kayak Symposiums!
Madison, WI 53716
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"You introduced my husband to kayaking in a better way than I ever could have."
"I feel like this weekend was made for me (a 45-year-old with extensive paddling time, but modest training.)"