Current Events and Specials

With the sun shining bright and summer-like temps, we can pretty much smell the season of adventuring in the air! Prepare to kick-off your adventuring with the KAC Pack Memorial Day Weekend! Our official opening is Friday, May 25th!! Also occurring that very weekend is the...

Looking for the perfect Mother's Day Gift? Give the gift of adventure!! Looking for a gift that is unique and cool? For a gift that is the perfect size and fit? For a gift that won't just sit around and collect dust? Look no further! The perfect gift for holidays, birthdays,...

For nearly two and a half decades, Keweenaw Adventure Company has been the hub for human-powered recreation and our guided Lake Superior Sea Kayak Tours are second to none. Known for our “legendary customer service,” our customer testimonials have continually ranked us with the highest...

SEEKING 2018 SUMMER BICYCLE MECHANICS (including a HEAD MECHANIC) & SEA KAYAK GUIDES/INSTRUCTORS!!! Join Keweenaw Adventure Company’s (KAC) summer team this year. Established in 1994, KAC lives up to its reputation as the area’s experts for all things human-powered.  KAC is a guide and outfitter specializing in Lake Superior...

We pride ourselves on the fact that we sell the majority of our used rental bikes and kayaks at the end of each season and in turn, reinvest in new, state-of-the-art equipment at the start of every year to ensure a high quality experience for...

Sea Kayak Rentals are 50% off for the entire months of May, June and POST LABOR DAY in September! Click here to read more about our rental fleet and outfitting and Contact Us with any questions! (Note: This discount applies to sea kayak Rentals, not Tours.) ...

A HUGE "THANK YOU" to all who came out for a RECORD BREAKING SHUTTLE extravaganza this past Memorial Day weekend!!! On Sunday, $5 of every shuttle pass went straight back to the trails as a donation, and $580 was raised!! Next, join us for our first "1st Friday...

By Staffer Emily Hinsa A long time ago, in a place far away, there was a harbor in the wilderness of Lake Superior that few white men had ever seen. In the early 1840s, shortly after Michigan became a state, the first state geologist, Douglass Houghton, ...