Located in the old Bayfield County Courthouse on Washington Avenue between Fourth and Fifth Streets, Bayfield.
The visitor center is closed on federal holidays, except Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day.
A good place to begin your National Lakeshore visit, whether by car, afoot, or by private boat, is at the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Visitor Center in Bayfield. Apostle Islands brownstone was used to construct this stately building, as well as many other elegant public buildings and residences throughout the Upper Midwest. At the visitor center you can view audiovisual programs and study exhibits about the park's history, natural history, and recreation opportunities.
Rest rooms, information desk, exhibits, camping permits.
Located on Little Sand Bay Road, 13 miles north of Bayfield, WI.
Lakeshore exhibits, park film, Hokenson Brothers Fishery exhibit.
Rest rooms, information desk, exhibits, camping permits, marina.
On islands; accessible by boat only.
Volunteer lighthouse keepers provide free visitor access to historic lighthouses.
Presque Isle, Stockton Island.
Staffed intermittently. Restrooms, exhibits, sales items.