Evening in the Marina, Port Superior, Wisconsin

Spending the night in a marina is like staying in a big, floating campground. It’s a different experience every night as the weather and other occupants change. Some nights will feel like a party, while others – like the evenings we were in the marina at Port Superior in late August – will be absolutely calm.

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Port Superior is located near Bayfield along Lake Superior’s south shore in northern Wisconsin. Charters are available if you aren’t fortunate enough to have your own boat or a friend with one.

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12 thoughts on “Evening in the Marina, Port Superior, Wisconsin”

  1. I’m not much for sleeping in tents, but I love sleeping in boats. It’s getting easier to find places where you can rent a boat for a night just like a hotel room. I hope you get to try it sometime!

  2. In another life, I dated a guy who owned a sail boat. Loved spending the night on the boat. Thanks for linking up this week.

  3. We love boats and marinas and live in a town with several. My favourite walk is by the marina and every day there is something different to see. The water is different, the reflections, and when my favourite catamaran is missing I hope they haven’t left for good and will be back in a few days. I always look at it wondering what it would be like to live on board. 🙂

    1. I agree, Jan, marinas are great places for a walk. They are never the same place twice! Some day I hope to live near enough to one to do that on a regular basis too. Enjoy!

  4. Hi Cindy, I love marinas – they always look pretty and exciting to me. Sounds like your evenings spent om this marina were wonderful. Your images are stunning, especially the first one with the water reflection.

  5. on a trip to Seattle once we stayed on a tug boat that had been converted to a B&B. It was great being lulled to sleep by the rocking and eating breakfast on deck. Alas, it’s no longer there…

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