River -Originating near Elroy,
not far from the headwaters of the popular
Kickapoo River, the Baraboo twists 120
miles to the southeast before joing the
Wisconsin a few miles downstream from
Du Flambeau-Vilas County-25 miles. Put
in below dam at Flambeau Lake. This is
a good novice trip. Class 1 rapids along
the way. Several campsites on the river.
Pull out at Flambeau Flowage.
Rib River-The little known
Big Rib River is delightful for both whitewater
and flatwater enthusiasts and is especially
enjoyed by paddlerswho prefer intimate
River-Originating near Chelsea
in Taylor county the Black River changes
character many times as it flows southwestward
to the Mississippi.
Brule-One of the most famous
rivers in the Midwest, the Bois Brule
is also one of the most popular canoeing
streams in Wisconsin.
River-The Brule River forms
part of the border between Wisconsin and
Michigan, flowing southeast to its confluence
with the Michigamme River.
River-Few rivers in Wisconsin
are as historically rich as the Chippewa.
Together with such tributaries as the
Flambeau, Jump, Yellow, Red Cedar, Eau
Claire and Couderay, the Chippewa drains
one sixth od the total area of the state.
River-Sawyer county from.
Windigo Lake to Radisson
County-7 miles. A trip on the lower Deer
Tail is for those who want to "pioneer
it'". Water levels should be medium
or better for a pleasant trip.
Claire River-The west and
east forks of the Eau Claire converge
3 miles west of Antigo. After that it
goes all the way to the Wisconsin River
at Wausau encountering 3 dams alon the
River-Originating in Iron
County where the Manitwish and Bear rivers
come together the north and south forks
have canoeing for everyone.
begins on Portage Canal connecting the
Fox and Wisconsin Rivers. Easy paddle
along historic trade route.Dam portage.Flatwater
paddling on Buffalo Lake. Take out in
Jump River has a little of everything.
High banks, pine groves, quitwater sections
and a couple of difficult rapids.
you have had a taste of this enchanting
little river you will be hooked for
tributary that joins the Wisconsin River
a few miles north of the dells, the
Lemonweir has a wild peacefulness.
County-The trip on main creek is for
those that want solitude and good fishung.
The trip is very difficult unless the
levels are medium-high or better
Manitowish River is the perfect river
for quietwater canoeists who like to
combine lake and river paddling.
Marengo River is largely spring fed
and is likely to be runnable during
most of the summer. During thesummer
the Bad River is generally too shallow
Menominee is not generally considered
a good paddling river.It does have a
couple of short stretches that are highly
popular with highly skilled whitewater
about the Montreal River is spectacular,
from the uniquely intimidating access
at put -in, through the breathtaking
canyons and awesome waterfalls.
the nearness of highways and the presence
of several dam, the river has a consistantly
in northern Oconto county near Lakewood,
the Oconto River flows through varied
countryside, lowland swamp, upland forest,
agricultural fields before emptying
in Green Bay.
of the great paddling rivers of Wisconsin,
the Peshtigo River provides enjoyable
paddling over most of its length.
of the prettiest and most unspoiled
rivers in Wisconsin, the Pike River
was given special protection by the
Wisconsin Wild Rivers Act of 1965.
delightfully small river, the Pine mixes
long, quiet stretches with riffles and
rapids, often becoming quite narrow
as it winds through a wild environment.
small river that flows almost wholly
through wild surroundings, the Popple
River is protected from development
by its location in the Nicolet National
lovely little stream that is very popular
with trout fishermen, the Prairie River
is paddleable for about 25 miles before
it is dammed north of Merrill.
4 miles long this stretch serves up
two of the most popular and challenging
whitewater rapids in Wisconsin.
wonderful river for families, novice
canoeists, anglers and anyone interested
in tranquil surroundings, the Red Cedar
is paddleable its whole length.
of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway,
the St. Croix flows 154 miles from the
dam near Gordon to the Mississippi.
miles of the Tomahawk River constitute
one of the least paddled but most attractive
canoeing streams in the state.
trip is prime whitewater canoeing when
waters are above average
Turtle River is a delightful combination
of small scenic lakes and constantlt
changing stream. the stream sections
vary from slow quiet reaches to the
dancing waters of 10 rated rapids.
wonderfully isolated, winding river
with miles of riffles and class I-II
rapids, this is a delight for experienced
as a small North Woods stream at Lac
Vieux Desert, the Wisconsin travels
almost the entire length of the state
before emptying into the Mississippi.
popular river famous for trout fishing,
whitewater paddling and wild scenic
beauty winds its way into Langlade county
where it become a premiere whitwater
and trout stream.
intimate and scenic river, with many
riffles and rapids.