WI DOT Road Construction on HWY 13
The Wisconsin DOT plans to replace three culverts on WIS 13 between Cornucopia and Red Cliff. Culverts will be replaced at these locations: Saxine Creek, Saxine Tributary, and Sand River Tributary. The construction may impact your trip to Apostle Islands. More »
There are current closures of areas within the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. Click for more information and see if these closures will affect your trip. More »
Climate Change - Links and Resources
National Park Service Climate Change Links
Climate Friendly Parks - Apostle Islands
National Park Service Great Lakes Climate Change Resources
Climate Change Podcast (12.3mb mp3 file)
Climate Change Adaptation in the Great Lakes (2.1mb pdf)
Impacts of Midwest Warming on the Great Lakes National Parks (Brochure, 2007)
Understanding the Science of Climate Change - Impacts to the Great Lakes (Summary of scientific knowledge, 2010 - 3mb)
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore Climate Friendly Action Plan
Other Links and Resources
National Parks in Peril
Human disruption of the climate is the greatest threat ever to America's national parks. This report details the particular threats that a changed climate poses to our Great Lakes national parks-those within the lakes or on their shores.
Climate change hits mightiest of the Great Lakes
Do Your Part for Climate Friendly Parks!Learn what you can do to help reduce climate change impacts on America’s national parks through this interactive online program. Do Your Part will help you understand and reduce carbon emissions and other global-warming gases.
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore has been certified as a Travel Green business since 2006. Travel Green Wisconsin is a voluntary, affordable program that reviews, certifies and recognizes tourism businesses that have made a commitment to continuously improve their operations in order to reduce their environmental and social impact.
Did You Know?
Snowmobiles may be operated for authorized purposes (i.e. ice fishing, hunting, trapping, and winter camping) on the frozen surface of Lake Superior that surrounds every island from the shoreline out to the authorized boundary (one quarter mile offshore).