Rowleys Bay

Rowleys Bay sits on the edge of the Mink River Estuary, one of Wisconsin’s most diverse and important wildlife habitats. This makes Rowleys Bay a phenomenal location for hiking, kayaking, fishing, and birding.  You’ll find miles of trails, few distractions, and no crowds in this northern lakeside hamlet named for Peter Rowley who settled here in 1835, nearly 150 years after French missionaries first visited in the late 1600s.
  1. Water’s End Cottage On Lake Michigan

    Rowleys Bay area house on the waterfront
    6 Guests / Pets Allowed
    • $150 per night
    • $950 per week
    • $3500 per month