Wisconsin Dells Army Ducks
Tours Daily: After Labor Day
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Tours Daily: Memorial Day – Labor Day
9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Take a guided Wisconsin Dells tour of the Lower Dells Glacial Park. See Rock formations that are over 14,000 years old such as Grotto Island, Twin Ink Stand, Upside Down Heart, and Wedding Bell. Hear about the lost city of Newport, and cruise beautiful Lake Delton. Your duck makes two amphibious landings, and is an hour long land and water tour.
Created 14,000 years ago from waters ripping through Wisconsin Dells carving gorges, rocky islands and towering cliffs, the Glacial Park has been admired for over 200 years. WWII Army Ducks History
Explore our wilderness, it’s alive with sandstone rock formations, evergreens, dark grottos and plenty of fresh air to liven the mind and spirit and make everyone feel good.
For over 50 years amphibious DUCKS have been the most unique means of touring Wisconsin Dells’ famous rock formations.
Dells Army Ducks depart every 15-20 minutes daily for a one hour boat tour. a must boat tour when visiting Wisconsin Dells! All tours are guided through Dells Glacial Park exposing you up close to one-of-a-kind rock formations. Visit our Photo Gallery to see historic photos and tour images.
Dells Army Duck Tours pilot and guide you on an expedition through our wilderness in WWII amphibious vehicles, called ducks. It’s fun, entertaining and a must tour when visiting Wisconsin Dells!
Duck Tours Ducks use six wheel drive while traversing through Dell Creek. Our tours are fun for the entire family and a Dells favorite! Click here for Wisconsin Dells Ducks Pricing & Tour Info
We Buy Ducks – We’re always looking for Ducks (DUKW) to add to our fleet. If you have one for sale please contact Jason or Suzanne Field. We pay fair prices. 608-254-6080 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Happy Passengers
June 7th, 2014 *****
James was a fantastic tour guide!!! We learned a lot and had a blast!
-Cathy Rychlik Meredith
June 15th, 2014 *****
Very interesting tour! And our tour guide, Dustin, was awesome!!!