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Mawikwe Sea Caves - CLOSED

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Enjoyed it more than pictured rocks

We were not planning to stop here because the reviews of the foot path were only so so, but our... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2015
Jonathan K
Beautiful Walk

I saw all the publicity last year about the caves but the timing did not work out for us to go... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2015
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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22 Jul 2015
“Enjoyed it more than pictured rocks”
3 Mar 2015
“Beautiful Walk”
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Reviewed 23 July 2015

We were not planning to stop here because the reviews of the foot path were only so so, but our schedule changed and we took advantage of a free evening to do the hike that starts at Meyers beach. First the hike is easy. It...More

13  Thank Jonathan K
Reviewed 4 March 2015

I saw all the publicity last year about the caves but the timing did not work out for us to go. This year, it was a mission to make it if the caves were to open again. They opened February 28 and we were there....More

6  Thank OnlyMeDSW
Reviewed 7 November 2014 via mobile

Something to do for a saturday adventure but I'd say check out the pictures on the Internet and save yourself the trip. The day we were there it was a mass exodus of people in a line as far as you could see. Kind of...More

5  Thank DandD763
Reviewed 14 March 2014

The ice caves were absolutely amazing. We felt so blessed to have the chance to see the caves. The walk was around 1 mile from the Meyers beach parking lot. We got there before sunrise - so pretty much had the place to ourselves. Just...More

3  Thank paultammyb
Reviewed 10 March 2014

We had the most amazing day here. We were lucky (super, super lucky) and able to park in the Meyers Road lot, which meant we shaved 2 miles or more off of our hike. Wear warm, layered clothes, sturdy boots and ice cleats. Bring a...More

4  Thank Mmmidwesterner
Reviewed 3 March 2014

My wife and I made 6 mile round-trip from Meyers Beach. Had to park a mile away so 8 miles round-trip for the day. It was worth every step we have not seen such beauty in a long time. We wore ice Trekkers which allowed...More

3  Thank 513terryt
Reviewed 27 February 2014

After reading about the horrific crowds on weekends (and seeing the photos that looked like The March of the Penguins), my husband and I opted to do this on a weekday. 7 hr drive from MKE. The Ice Hike was very manageable / and quite...More

6  Thank rollngstone
Reviewed 19 February 2014

We spent a sunny Sunday afternoon at Mawikwe Bay, temps were about 8 degrees. The ice formations on the rocky cliffs are beautiful, but it takes some doing to get there. Due to puplicity, thousands of people are coming to see the sites. Cars were...More

6  Thank Pudiimom
Reviewed 14 February 2014

I had been kayaking here during the summertime and thought it was beautiful then. I must say, even in winter, the beauty is breathtaking! Well worth the frigid walk to see the ice caves. We went to Meyers Beach before sunrise and had our choice...More

5  Thank Barbara A
Reviewed 7 February 2014

Simply beautiful! The ice that forms off the caves to the lake are awe inspiring! The caves are located on Lake Superior and can only be seen a limited time depending on the weather and wave action. It's been 5 years since the last time...More

6  Thank ClamLakerWI
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