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Madeline Island Madeline Island - Madeline Island Chamber of
KITE PHOTO: © Craig Wilson
Madeline
Island
Across the Bay – A World Away
North Twin Island
Devils
Island
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Madeline
Island
Bear
Island
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Twin
Island
Rocky
Island
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Sand Island
90 miles
from Duluth
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220 miles from
Minneapolis
Cornucopia
Herbster
320 miles
from Madison
Red Cliff
Bayfield
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450 miles
from Chicago
Stockton
Island
Hermit
Island
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Madeline
Island
Lake Superior
La Pointe
Long Island
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Washburn
Chequamegon
Bay
Gull
Island
Michigan
Island
Basswood
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Ironwood Island
Manitou Island
Oak
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Otter Island
Raspberry
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Eagle Island
Outer
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Cat
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Scale:
Chequamegon
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Some visitors have come since childhood Odanah
and others
Ashland
have just discovered the turn-of-the-century
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on Madeline Island. One of 22 Apostle
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Islands, Madeline’s population ranges
from 220 in the winter to 2,500
in the summer. Ferries cross from
spring breakup until late winter with
passengers on foot or with
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Middle Rd (County H)
Ferry
Black Shanty Rd
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Big Bay S
Hagen Rd
Chebomnicon Bay
Bicycles, mopeds,
canoes and kayaks can
be rented on the island.
South Shore Rd
When ice forms, some students
Capser Rd
cross by windsled to attend school
in Bayfield until the ice road
Grant’s Point
is passable by automobiles.
Madeline Island Museum chronicles Native American life,
the fur trade and arrival of missionaries, 19th century fishing,
logging, brownstone mining and maritime lore. A lively film gives
voice to the past and a shop offers books, crafts, jewelry and gift
items rooted in island history. The museum is opposite the Ferry
Landing.
Madeleine Cadotte, island namesake, was daughter of Chief
White Crane and married French fur trader Michael Cadotte. The
island has been home to the Ojibwe for hundreds of years.
Old Fort Rd
Marina
Golf
Madeline Island Chamber of Commerce
www.madelineisland.com
888-475-3386
Cover photo taken by
aerial kite photograper
Craig Wilson.
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N Shore Rd
Benjamin’s Blvd
Big
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Bay
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nty H
(Cou
School House Road
Anderson Lane
Umbrage Road
Kron-Dahlin Ln
Amnicon Point
Chippewa Trail
Blacktop
Bike Lane on Shoulder
Gravel Road
Hiking Trail
Big Bay Town Park
In 1659, the explorers and fur traders
Groseilliers and Radisson came to Chequamegon
Bay and for 150 years, it was an outpost for
French, British and American fur traders.
After the Sault St. Marie locks were built
Big
Bay
State Park
in 1855, the area became home to many
Point
new settlers. Like people before them,
they traveled by water. Passenger and
freight ferries criss-crossed the Bay. As railways and
roads improved, ferries – except those linking Bayfield and
La Pointe – faded into history. Today, ferries run from March or
April until freeze-up.
Big Bay
attractions
11 Madeline Island Museum 715-747-2415
www.madelineislandmuseum.org For over 50 years, the place for
exploring and interpreting the rich history and culture of the Island.
Exhibits and programs for all ages. Museum store features books,
handmade jewelry, Ojibwe crafts, and other gifts. The museum is
available for receptions and meetings. Call for details. Open daily
May 24–October 4. Family/group rates. Owned and operated by the
Wisconsin Historical Society.
12 Madeline Island Heritage Center 715-747-2377
www.mihpa.com Features three, 100-year-old buildings offering
a glimpse of Island life from another time. Open late June–Labor
Day plus Applefest weekend. Located 1/2 block from Ferry. Complex
restored and operated by Madeline Island Historical Preservation
Association, PO Box 250, La Pointe, WI 54850. Small admission fee.
Donations graciously accepted.
41 Madeline Island Music Camp 612-871-7781
Ticket information: 715-747-2561
www.music-camp.org Chamber music programs for talented
musicians. Chamber Music for Strings program 6/8-7/14 and
Chamber Music for Winds program 7/8-7/15. Chamber music
performances by students and world-class ensembles at the
Clubhouse. Clubhouse available for wedding/party rental in Aug/
Sept. Center and student lodges to rent to qualified non-profit
groups.
43 Madeline Island School of The Arts 715-747-2054
www.madelineschool.com Five-day workshops for adults in
writing, painting, quilting, photography and yoga. Workshops are
scheduled May–October with exclusive lodging and delicious meals.
Located in a beautiful prairie meadow with light-filled, state-of-theart studios. The school is ranked among the top five destinations for
art workshops in the country.
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Big Top Chautauqua 715-373-5552 888-244-8368
www.bigtop.org Free shuttle service at Bayfield Ferry Landing.
Three miles south of Bayfield, base of Mt. Ashwabay Ski Hill Legendary Waters Casino 715-779-3712
www.legendarywaters.com Red Cliff
© Lois Carlson
water adventures
22 Adventure Vacations Boat Charter & Kayak Tours,
Paddle Board Rental 715-747-2100 www.adv-vac.com
Tour the Islands by powerboat, kayak the sea caves, view ship wrecks
and tour historic lighthouses. Boat charters leave twice daily, water
taxi and custom trips are also available. Guided kayak tours bring
you paddling to the Madeline Island cliffs and sea caves, beginners
welcome. Paddle board rentals available daily. Stop by our store to
join a tour or make a reservation online.
34 Apostle Island Kayaks 715-747-3636
www.apostleislandskayaks.com Big Bay rentals ($39) and guided
tours ($59). Depart at 9.15 and 12.45 (rentals) and 10.45 (guided) or
arrange to meet us at the Town or State Park. Children free or half
price. 3 1/2 hours. Across from Joni’s Beach.
5 Bog Lake Outfitters LLC 715-747-2685
www.boglakeoutfitters.com Canoe rentals for use in Big Bay
Town Park lagoon – a special, unique and relaxing way to experience
the quiet beauty of Madeline Island. $10/hour, $35 ½ day; $50/Day;
$150/week. Use honor system or call to make arrangements.
Charter Pro 715-209-0474 612-986-8673
www.apostleislandsyachtcharters.com (MV Blue Stone)
Explore the islands in style. Customized power boat charters.
Hook & Fin Charter Company 715-209-0230
www.hookandfincharterco.com
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17 Madeline Island Ferry Line 715-747-2051
© Jim Weerts
www.madferry.com Walk, bicycle or drive aboard one of our ferry
boats and capture the romance of the Islands. Spectacular views
abound on this 20 minute voyage. Trips run every 1/2 hour during
the summer months. downtown, Madeline Island
& downtown, Bayfield
40Madeline Island Yacht Club 715-747-2655
www.miyc.net Full-service marina with transient dockage,
premium 91 octane, diesel and pumpout. Area’s largest ship
store with boating accessories, gifts, clothing, ice, snacks, charts,
camping supplies. Mercruiser and Raymarine dealer. Memberships
available.
Superior Day Cruises 715-779-5454
www.SuperiorDayCruises.com Unique cruise service includes
sea cave and lighthouse tours, jazz & blues cruises, beach combing,
sunbathing, special event & sunset cruises. NO SET ITINERARY.
USCG safety inspected. Island pick-up available. Animaashi Sailing Co. 715-779-5468
888-272-4548 www.animaashi.com Sailing charter
Bayfield
Living Adventure Inc. 715-779-9503 866-779-9503
www.livingadventure.com Join us! Guided Apostle Islands sea
kayak tours, rentals and instruction. 1/2 day shipwreck tours ($59).
Full day sea caves tours ($99). Free Ferry pick-ups.
Call toll-free for reservations. Bayfield
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CAMPGROUNDS & PARKS
5 Big Bay Town Park 715-747-3031
For reservations: www.bigbaytownpark.com
or www.bigbaytownpark.org. Located 7 miles from ferry dock.
Family campground, potable water, bathroom facilities including fee
showers. Tent and electric sites. Picnic shelter available for rental
with proper application & fees. Picnic, fish, canoe, swim, hike, enjoy
the sand beach.
44 Big Bay State Park 715-747-6425
Camping reservations: 888-947-2757
www.wiparks.net Located seven miles from the Ferry Landing.
Family campground, potable water, bathroom facilities including
free showers. Tent and electric sites. Picnic shelter available for
rental with proper application & fees. Picnic, fish, canoe, swim,
hike, enjoy the sand beach.
36 Joni’s Beach & Playground
Five-minute walk from Ferry Landing. No overnight camping. Harry Nelson Recreation Center
Ball field, tennis courts, playground. Winter ice skating rink.
Available for rental with proper application and fees.
© Azael Meza
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galleries & shopping
23 Bell Street Gallery 715-747-2092
www.bellstgallery.com Unique haven of two galleries, open-air
pottery garden, Art Bar (wine & beer) and the Island Boutique
(designed locally-made Island Lifestyle clothing). Gifts, cards, pottery,
paintings, locally-created and inspired by Madeline Island and Lake
Superior.
22 Adventure Vacations Beach Shop 715-747-2100
www.adv-vac.com Everything you need for FUN in the islands! Swimwear, sundresses, flip flops, sunglasses, beach toys, camping
supplies, snorkeling equipment, cute t-shirts, locally made gifts and
much more! Stand up paddle board rental and lessons. Open 7 days
a week.
27 La Pointe Center Art Guild & Gallery 715-747-3321
www.lapointecenter.com The La Pointe Center Art Guild &
Gallery exhibits area artists’ work in a variety of mediums. One-ofa-kind jewelry, paintings and sculpture, along with locally produced
cards are great gifts available at our Backdoor Gallery. Stop in for
some artistic inspiration!
14 Madeline Island Candles 715-747-3090
www.madelineislandcandles.com
11 Madeline Island Museum Gift Shop 715-747-2415
10 MARV+N+STEWART 715-747-2314
MARV+N+STEWART is located on the Ferry Dock in downtown
La Pointe! We carry creative gifts, greeting cards, home décor and
hand-crafted items produced locally and regionally.
2 Turtle Tracks Studio 715-747-3023
www.madelineisland.com An island tradition – woven and
painted art in many forms and functions. Specializing in custom
work.
32 Woods Hall Craft Shop 715-747-3943
Original design and hand-woven items, rugs, scarves, table runners,
handcrafted jewelry, pottery, clothing and more, looms on display –
come and visit us. Three blocks to the right from Ferry Landing.
Kelly & Crew 715-779-3807
www.kelly-and-crew.com
Bayfield
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PROVISIONS
21 Island Market 715-747-6635
Featuring BBQ ribs, fresh cut aged steaks, Chicago-style Italian beef,
gyros, fresh and smoked fish, meats, cheeses, produce, ice cream,
beer, wine, spirits, newspapers, batteries and used books.
25 Lori’s Store 715-747-5200
[email protected] Island’s year-round grocery and so
much more store! All the basics and then some – ATM, ice, frozen
foods/meats, liquor, beer, wine. Clean, fresh, friendly and helpful,
we are here to serve you. Conveniently located one block east of
Main Street on Middle Road, across from the Ball Field, just past
Tom’s Burned Down Café.
15 Madeline Island Farmer’s Market 715-765-4298
Friday mornings across from the Ferry office or by chance.
27 Mission Hill Coffee & Gifts 715-747-3100
27 Sugar Shack 715-209-6828
www.sugarshackcandystore.com
Golf & recreation
42 Madeline Island Golf Club 715-747-3212
www.madelineislandgolf.com
Where all greens are “island” greens. One of only two Robert Trent
Jones Sr. designs in Wisconsin. 18 hole. Excellent driving range.
PGA pro / Par 71. Visitors welcome.
Hippophile Farm 715-747-6872
www.hippophilefarm.com
Madeline Island Skate Park 715-747-6913
www.madelineisland.com Unique, skater-designed park features
half-pipe, quarter-pipe, fun box, ramp, rails and more! Located in
parking area behind Harry Nelson Recreation Center. Bayfield Recreation Center 715-779-5408
www.bayfieldreccenter.org Bayfield
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2014 ferry Schedule between B
Late May – early october eXTRa TRIP UPdaTes (F
To Island
DATE
To BayfIeld
i7:00 AM
1:45 PM
1:00 PM
7:30 AM
BREAKUP
8:00 AM DAILY 2:30 PM
9:15 AM DAILYi3:00 PM BREAKUP
THRU
thru
i3:30 PM
4:00 PM APRIL
9:45 AM
11:00 AM
MAY 28
8
5:30 PM
4:30 PM
11:30 AM
12:30 PM
3:00 PM
7:30 AM
4:00 PM
8:45 AM
5:30 PM
10:00 AM
DAILY
7:00 PM
11:00 AM
8:30 PM
12:30 PM
1:45 PM
Friday nights 10:00 PM
2:30 PM
AM
3:30 PM
8:00 AM
4:30 PM
9:15 AM
DAILY
6:00 PM
10:30 AM
7:30 PM
11:30 AM
1:00 PM
9:00 PM
Friday nights
i7:00
MAY 9
THRU
MAY 22
only
only
i trips run Monday-Friday only, january 1-May 16
7:30 AM
2:45 PM
8:45 AM
3:30 PM
10:00 AM
4:00 PM
11:00 AM
4:30 PM
DAILY
11:45 AM
5:30 PM
12:30 PM
7:00 PM
1:15 PM
8:30 PM
2:00 PM
10:00 PM
MAY 23
THRU
JUNE 25
thurs-sat only
Friday and
sat nights
11:00 PM
7:00 AM
1:45 PM
8:00 AM
2:30 PM
9:15 AM
3:15 PM
10:00 AM
4:00 PM
DAILY
10:45 AM
4:30 PM
11:30 AM
5:00 PM
12:15 PM
6:00 PM
1:00 PM
7:30 PM
9:00 PM
Friday and
10:30 PM
sat nights
AM
7:30 AM
8:45 AM
7:00 AM
8:00 AM
9:15 AM
every 1/2 hour from
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
every 1/2 hour from
10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
36:30
7:00 PM
8:00 PM
9:00 PM
10:00 PM
s11:00 PM
Friday and
sat nights
Midnight
JUNE 26
THRU
SEPT 1
7:30 PM
8:30 PM
9:30 PM
10:30 PM
Friday and
sat nights
11:30 PM
3 trip run Monday-Friday only s Wednesday-saturday only
no vehicles without drivers. Reservations only for groups and large vehicles
(semis or motorcoaches). expect delayed departure for large vehicles
without reservations. We do not take reservations for cars/trucks with
camper trailers or motorhomes. no large vehicle boarding at 7:30 a.m.
from bayfield or at 4:30 p.m. from Island.
Bayfield & Madeline iSland
Fri, sat, holidays): www.madferry.com & Facebook
DATE
To BayfIeld
SEPT 2
THRU
OCT 6
11:00 PM
1:45 PM
7:00 AM
2:30
PM
8:00 AM
3:15 PM
9:15 AM
4:00 PM
10:00 AM
10:45 AM DAILY 4:30 PM
5:00 PM
11:30 AM
6:00 PM
12:15 PM
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1:00 PM
9:00 PM
Friday and
10:30 PM
3:00 PM
7:30 AM
4:00 PM
8:45 AM
10:00 AM DAILY 5:30 PM
7:00 PM
11:00 AM
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v10:00 PM
1:45 PM
Friday nights 11:00 PM
2:30 PM
7:00 AM
3:30 PM
8:00 AM
9:15 AM DAILY 4:30 PM
6:00 PM
10:30 AM
7:30 PM
11:30 AM
v9:00 PM
1:00 PM
Friday nights 10:30 PM
To Island
2:45 PM
7:30 AM
3:30 PM
8:45 AM
4:00 PM
10:00 AM
4:30 PM
11:00 AM
11:45 AM DAILY 5:30 PM
7:00 PM
12:30 PM
8:30 PM
1:15 PM
10:00
PM
2:00 PM
thurs-sat only
Friday and
sat nights
sat nights
OCT 7
THRU
OCT 19
v trips run thursday-saturday only
3:00 PM
7:30 AM
9:15 AM DAILY 4:00 PM
5:30 PM
11:00 AM
u7:00 PM
12:30 PM
1:45 PM
Friday nights thru nov 28
2:30 PM
AM
8:00 AM DAILY 3:30 PM
4:30 PM
9:45 AM
u6:00 PM
11:30 AM
1:00 PM
i7:00
OCT 20
THRU
NOV 30
Friday nights thru nov 28
7:00 PM
8:30 PM
10:00 PM
6:00 PM
7:30 PM
9:00 PM
sat nights
thru oct 25
8:30 PM
10:00 PM
sat nights
thru oct 25
7:30 PM
9:00 PM
u not run after nov 1
i trips run Monday-Friday only
i7:00 AM
1:45 PM
1:00 PM
7:30 AM
DEC 1
i3:00 PM
THRU
2:30 PM
9:15 AM
8:00 AM
DAILY
DAILY
i3:30 PM
4:00 PM FREEZE UP 9:45 AM
11:00 AM
subject
5:30 PM to change 11:30 AM
4:30 PM
12:30 PM
i trips run Monday-Friday only
schedule subject to change. Reduced trips christmas & new Year’s Day.
SAFETY: thanks for putting away cell phones/not texting while boarding
and disembarking. We need your full attention. Listen to safety message and
read safety information, life vest and life ring location post- ings. use hand
rails. stay off stairs during landings. use caution when walk- ing between
vehicles. ask if you need assistance. Motorcyclists must support bikes. MIFL is
not responsible for low exhaust systems. Dogs welcome in cars or on a leash.
Lodging
39 The Inn on Madeline Island
800-822-6315 715-747-6315
www.madisland.com Rendezvous Guest Center located four
blocks from Ferry Landing, adjacent to the marina. 70 plus rentals
homes and cottages, condominiums, hotel suites and rooms, and
Jacuzzi guest rooms. Beachfront pool, hot tub and sauna. Tennis
courts and gift shop. Year-round lodging.
Birchwood Vacation Home
715-747-6315 800-822-6315
www.madelineislandvacationhome.com
5 Bog Lake Outfitters LLC 715-747-2685
www.boglake.com Charming lakeside and wilderness
housekeeping cottages with fire ring on the beach. Linens, fully
equipped kitchens, grills, bikes, kayaks and a canoe furnished.
29 Ferry Landing Suites 715-747-2388
www.ferrylandingsuites.net Lodging one block east of Ferry
Landing.
9 Island Inn 715-747-2388
www.ontheisland.com
Kuromako Group 612-719-2663
http://madelineisland.chambermaster.com/list/member/
kuromako-group-148.htm
9 Madeline Island Vacations
888-747-2388 715-747-2388
www.madelineislandvacations.com We specialize in vacation
property rentals of private homes & cabins. Discover Big Bay Cabin,
Cedar Log Cabin, Cedar View, D­­ock Masters, Heersema House,
Mella’s Cottage, Next Farm Down, Treehouse and many more under
“Accommodations” on our website.
27 Downtown Condos 612-229-8611
www.yogaontherock.com
Rendezvous Cottage 612-384-3774
www.vrbo.com/161763 Private, quiet setting overlooking
Apostle Islands National Park. Fieldstone fireplace, screened porch,
gourmet kitchen, sandy beach. Relaxing getaway for two or plenty
of space for a gathering of sixteen. Three-night minimum. Weekly
rentals only July and August.
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Somtara 612-695-5503
www.somtara.com Judged by many repeat visitors as the nicest
place they have stayed on the Island. A true lake home with beach
and dock fronting Lake Superior. No smoking/no pets. Limit six.
Reservations made online.
Smith’s Island Rental “Whose House”
715-747-3613 summer 715-209-1746 winter
www.smithswhosehouse.com Charming one level housekeeping
cottage 200 feet from shoreline. Living room with stone fireplace, two
bedrooms, bath w/shower, fully equipped kitchen, gas grill, radio/
cd, linens. WiFi, shared sandy beach & dock. Weekly rentals only.
Limit four. No smoking/pets.
31 Uncle Tom’s & Treasure House 612-685-0445
http://www.vrbo.com/64904 http://www.vrbo.com/336427
3 Weisel Cabin 715-747-6565
Bayfield Inn 715-779-3363
www.thebayfieldinn.com Bayfield
Winfield Inn 715-779-3252
© Amy Annis
www.winfieldinn.com Located on the shores of Lake Superior
just north of Bayfield. 36 air-conditioned rooms include 6 condos.
Other rentals available including homes, cottages and cabins.
Bayfield
Health & wellness
Madeline Island Yoga Retreats 715-271-7465
www.madelineislandyogaretreats.com
Healthy & Slim with SVS 715-747-3599
651-470-6172
7 La Pointe Community Clinic 715-747-2722
Madeline Island Massage 715-747-2139
Yoga on the Rock 612-242-5704
www.yogaontherock.com
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© Lois Carlson
Weddings/meetings/events
39 The Inn and The Pub on Madeline Island
715-747-6315 800-822-6315
www.madisland.com Spectacular beachfront setting, fabulous
sunsets and friendly professional planning make The Inn and The
Pub, along with the new Lightkeeper’s Lodge, a perfectly delicious
wedding location. Wedding brochure available online. Catering
managers can tailor any event: wedding, family reunion, corporate
function, to your tastes.
Island/Mainland Limo Transportation
715-779-5340 www.madelineisland.com
Madeline Island/Bayfield
Joseph C. Crawford, PhD, JD
715-747-5182 715-682-9449
Court Commissioner (Licensed wedding officiant)
Lifesights Photography & Video 612-845-7999
www.lifesightsphoto.com
11 Madeline Island Museum 715-747-2415
The perfect place to hold your next meeting or reception, contact us
at [email protected] or call 715-747-2415.
Madwood Pro-Motion 715-747-2075
[email protected] Recording, musical production
and event services. Producers of Madeline Island Radio Hour.
www.madelineislandradio.com
Contractors/realty
25 Island Shores Realty 715-747-2480
www.island-shores.com Lakeshore, interior, vacant land, homes
and cottages. Serving Madeline Island and the Bayfield Peninsula.
Open year-round. Visit our office.
21Nelson Construction Co. of La Pointe
715-747-3300 [email protected]
Specializing in shoreline stabilization, docks, dredging, driveways,
site prep, pit run, foundations, bank sand, brown and limestone
gravel, pea gravel, rock, screened sand, redi-mix concrete batch plant
and snowplowing. Free estimates – Prompt service.
Northwoods Paving 715-682-4340
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Ashland
Community services
6 Madeline Island Public Library 715-747-3662
www.madisland.wislib.org
27 Bremer Bank 715-747-2711 715-779-5894
www.bremer.com downtown, Madeline Island and Bayfield
Huber, Paul 715-747-2435 CPA
Island Association www.islandassociation.org
Island/Mainland Limo Transportation
715-779-5340 www.madelineisland.com
Madeline Island/Bayfield
27 Lakeview Laundromat
www.suds4.us
1 La Pointe Town Hall 715-747-6913
www.townoflapointewi.gov
5 La Pointe Recycling & Transfer 715-747-5715
The town of La Pointe is very active in recycling. Please do your
share. Keep Madeline Island clean for all to enjoy.
5 M.I. Airport (Maj. Gilbert Field) 715-747-6913
www.airnav.com/airport/4R5 This uncontrolled, lighted 3,000
ft., paved airport is located 11/2 miles east of downtown La Pointe.
Pilot lounge and tie-downs (nightly charge).
4 St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
Mass, Sat., 6:40 p.m., summer only.
33 St. John’s United Church of Christ 715-747-3903
Sunday services at 10 a.m.
21 Superieur Petrol 715-779-5312
downtown, Madeline Island and Bayfield
Windsleds Inc. Transportation 715-747-5400
Apostle Islands Area Community Fund Bayfield
715-779-7021 www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/affiliate
Northland College 715-682-1699
www.northland.edu Northland College is a hands-on, high-quality,
integrated liberal arts and sciences college, founded in 1892, with a
focus on the environment and sustainability since 1971. Ashland
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Restaurants & bars
18Beach Club 715-747-3955
www.beachclubmadeline.com Casual harborside dining. Full bar
specializing in fun Island-style cocktails. Ample docking up to 4 1/2
feet of draw. Open 11 a.m. to closing.
23 Art Bar @ Bell Street Gallery 715-747-2092
www.bellstgallery.com
28 Cafe Seiche 715-747-2033
cafeseiche.com
8 Ella’s Island Café & Gallery 715-747-2400
www.madelineisland.com
27 Mission Hill Coffee & Gifts 715-747-3100.
38 The Pub Restaurant & Wine Bar 715-747-6322
© Azael Meza
www.madisland.com Premier lakeside dining, featuring regional
Lake Superior trout and whitefish, seafood, steaks and stone hearth
pizzas. Casual poolside bar and beachfront patio offering full wine
and beer list and Island cocktails.
24 Tom’s Burned Down Café 715-747-6100
www.tomsburneddowncafe.com Egg Toss Bakery Café 715-779-5181
www.eggtoss-bayfield.com Bayfield
Maggie’s 715-779-5641
www.maggies-bayfield.com Bayfield
Wild Rice Restaurant 715-779-9881
www.wildricerestaurant.com Bayfield
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2014 Island Events
March 1-2: Big Ice Golf, and Run on Water
Sunday, May 25:
La Pointe Center Annual Wine Tasting
Thursday, June 12: Chequamegon Chef’s Event
Saturday, June 14: Apostle Islands Inline Skate Marathon
Friday, July 3:
Annual Kite Making Class for Kids
Friday, July 4:
Madeline Island Independence Day Celebration
Saturday, July 12: Pedal, Paddle, Plod & Plunge
Saturday & Sunday, July 12-13:
Connecting Cultures: Exploring the Lake Superior Fur Trade
Madeline Island Museum
Saturday, August 2: Point to La Pointe Swim
Saturday & Sunday, September 27-28:
Anishinaabe Cultural Days - Madeline Island Museum
Saturday, October 18: Madeline Island Fall Fest
© Lois Carlson
Saturday, November 29: Holiday Boutique
For a complete list of events go to
www.madelineisland.com
La Pointe ~ Madelin
Big Bay Town Park 6.5 miles
Bog Lake Outfitters 6.5 miles
Airport 1.7 miles
Island Oasis 1 miles
Recycling .5 miles
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4 St. Joseph’s Catholic Church
21 Deena Schuppe Pottery
5 Big Bay Town Park
21 Island Market
5 Island Oasis
5 Bog Lake Outfitters
Rental 21 Superieur Petrol
21 Nelson Construction Co.
6 Public Library
22 Adventure Vacations
Rental
7 La Pointe Community Clinic
23 Bell Street Gallery & Art Bar
8 Ella’s Island Café & Gallery
24 Tom’s Burned Down Café
9 Island Inn
25 Lori’s Store
9 Madeline Island Vacations
25 Island Shores Realty
10Marv+N+Stewart
26 Harry Nelson Rec Center
11 Madeline Island Museum
27 Lakeview Laundromat
12 Heritage Center
27 Sugar Shack
13 Miniature Golf
27 Motion-to-Go
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14 Madeline Island Candles
27 La Pointe Center Art Guild
15 Farmer’s Market
27 M.I. Chamber of Commerce
16 Post Office
27 Mission Hill Coffee & Gifts
17 Madeline Island Ferry Line
27 Bremer Bank
18 Beach Club
27 Downtown Condos
19 Madeline Island Realty
28 Café Seiche
20 Grampa Tony’s
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The bike path is on Middle Road. Bike maps
are available at madferry.com and can also be
viewed at the large outdoor map across from
the Ferry Line office on Main Street. (#17).
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• Madeline Island Chamber of Commerce
715-747-2801, 888-475-3386
• Madeline Island Ferry Line 715-747-2051
• U.S. Coast Guard, Bayfield 715-779-5100
• La Pointe Town Hall 715-747-6913
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30 Brummer Co. Propane
31 Uncle Tom’s & Treasure House
32 Woods Hall Studios & Gallery
33 St. John’s United Church of Christ
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36 Joni’s Beach
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39 The Inn on Madeline Island
40 Madeline Island Yacht Club
41 Madeline Island Music Camp
42 Madeline Island Golf Club
43 Madeline Island School of the Arts
44 Big Bay State Park
*Budget Travel Mag. 2011
© Al Ahner
P.O. Box 274
La Pointe, WI 54850
715-747-2801 888-475-3386
[email protected]
www.madelineisland.com
Madeline Island
Chamber of Commerce
© Lois Carlson
© Craig Blacklock