Best Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing in Wisconsin

This list represents the most popular flatwater kayaking & canoeing in Wisconsin. Use this list to plan your next Wisconsin flatwater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The St. Croix broadens below MN 70. Though often swift, the river rarely breaks into riffles. ...
Lively, clear, and full of fish, the infant St. Croix races through the sand hills of ...
Flowing through some of the wildest country in central Minnesota, the middle reaches of ...
This fun and scenic trip offers considerable diversity in only 8 miles, including ...
A beautiful clear stream surround by Kettle Moraine topography that is virtually undeveloped, ...
This is, hands down, the most beautiful section anywhere on the Baraboo River—and that’s ...
A virtual mecca for paddlers in southern Wisconsin, the Mecan features crystal-clear water ...
A spectacular short trip through a glacial valley with constant riffles, a modest ...
This is a truly adventurous trip, where the crystal-clear Bark River connects to glacial ...
A beautiful lake enclosed within a state natural area for canoes and kayaks only, with ...
Depending on how high the water is, you’ll probably see some branches and roots of scrub ...
This day journey for the adventurous type explores the historic Fox River, where it begins ...
Here is a there-and-back easy trip on a clear glacial river that winds through a beautiful ...
Slow-paced and pretty but still wild-feeling, this remote trip along the Sugar River begins ...
A vast wetlands complex that is home to the largest freshwater cattail marsh in the country, ...
With this trip, you get two streams for the price of one and three distinct landscapes ...
Paddle through a rock tunnel that’s part of a natural bridge on your way through the rolling ...
This section of the Rock River is perfect for beginners and offers a pleasant, tranquil ...
This trip along a charming stretch of the Sugar, nestled in the soft hills and farms of ...
Immediately there will be large rocks to dodge in the streambed, some hard to see due ...
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