Plum Island is open to public use during daylight hours Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend for hiking, wildlife observation, and nature photography on designated trails and beach areas only.
Dock rehabilitation has been completed. Commercial charters may be reserved with a SPECIAL USE PERMIT to access Plum Island (see attached Special Conditions for Commercial Tours and Docking Information). Kayaks, canoes, and dinghies may access Plum Island at the designated landing area (near boathouse on northeast side of Plum Island).
Foot travel only on the island (no motorized vehicles or bicycles) and use of boot brush station is mandatory to prevent the spread of invasive species. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed and pet waste picked up and removed.
NOT PERMITTED on Plum Island: fishing from the dock or beach; swimming from the dock or other structures; collection of plants, berries, seeds, mushrooms, rocks, fossils, antlers, or other artifacts; fireworks; camping; campfires; geocaches.
Plum Island facilities are very rustic. There is no potable water available on the Island, so please bring your own so you don’t dehydrate while hiking.
For additional information contact the Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge: firstname.lastname@example.org website
Transportation available through: http://shorelinecharters.net/ website or Lew Clarke at 920-737-3595.
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