Bayfield County Beauty and Sea Caves
episode 1 show notes
(September 2017) Hello and welcome to the very first Bayfield County Wild podcast! This show features the year-round splendor of natural beauty and culture that Bayfield County, Wisconsin, has to offer.
In today’s episode, we will be talking with Mary Motiff, Bayfield County’s Director of Tourism, and Mike Garnich of Good Earth Outfitters to explore some of the area’s breathtaking natural wonders
With over 900 lakes, hundreds of miles of trails, abundant orchards and berry farms, and the renowned Sea Caves, Bayfield County is a nature lover’s dream. Kayaking is a favorite local activity, as is muskie and trout fishing, and hiking.
If exploring culture is more your style, you’ll be able to embrace what the locals call the good life, where relaxation and quality living are top of mind. Area restaurants feature farm-to-table goodness with homegrown berries and produce, locally caught fish, and local wineries.
Good Earth Outfitters
Good Earth Outfitters, located in Cornucopia, WI, offers affordable, semi-private tours of the legendary Sea Caves. Experience the cave formations up close and personal with Captain Mike and Good Earth Outfitters. Be sure to join us for our next podcast, where we will be speaking with John Hamilton from White Winter Winery. Get into nature at travelbayfiedcounty.com, and don’t forget to explore our interactive map.
Erickson Orchard - Erickson Orchard is a family owned apple orchard and strawberry farm in Bayfield, WI that has been in business since 1954. Together we have kept the farm growing – planting and selling apples & strawberries for pick-your-own and ready-picked.
Old Rittenhouse Inn - Old Rittenhouse Inn is Bayfield, Wisconsin’s first Country Inn and gourmet restaurant offering 20 guest rooms in 2 Victorian homes and a private cottage with fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and spectacular Lake Superior views.
North County Vacation Rentals - North Country Vacation Rentals offers comfortable vacation home rentals and cabins conveniently located on or near ATV/snowmobile trails in Drummond, Grand View, Cable, Barnes, Cable, Delta and Iron River, Wisconsin.