You can travel from Kewaunee all the way up to Door County via the Ahnapee State Trail (http://www.ahnapeetrail.org) or explore the nearby sections of the Ice Age Trail (http://www.iceagetrail.org/) which is a thousand-mile footpath that winds throughout Wisconsin.
There are a number of cycling routes in Kewaunee, Wisconsin and neighboring towns. Check out the following website for cycling routes: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/search/ride/united-states/wi/kewaunee
Pack a bag lunch and explore the many nearby trails including: the Anapee Trail, the Marsh Walk, the Homestead, and the Ice Age Trail. You can climb the rocks, go search for fossils, or simply taking in the beauty of nature.
Kewaunee is the center of the “Schooner Coast”, the shoreline between Manitowoc in the south and Sturgeon Bay in the North, all shipbuilding and fishing cities, and a fascinating graveyard of shipwrecks from the age of schooners plying these waters as cargo vessles. May wrecks, including the famous recently discovered “Christmas Ship” which sank just south of Kewaunee after failing to make Kewaunee harbor in a storm 100 years ago
Take a tour the many historical sites or take a tour of the many local lighthouses that adorn our cost.
Like on “The Deadliest Catch”, commercial fishing is a mainstay in Kewaunee, Wisconsin. It is one of the most important places for fishing on Lake Michigan. Kewaunee provides thrilling sport fishing and charter fishing activities seeking salmon and trout, as well as, walleye and sturgeon. Finally, you can visit the nearby hatchery.
Water Activities / Beachfront
Take a leisurely Pontoon Boat tour or rent a canoe or kayak and enjoy the waterfront for a day. In addition, there is a “Huck Finn” type swimming hole to spend a relaxing day on the water.
You can enjoy the miles of pristine beachfront. Either take a leisure stroll with your toes in the sand or find a secluded enclave and bask in glow of the summer sun.