Best Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing in Wisconsin

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

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 ...
Starting in a narrow segment of the Rock River, this trip begins in a wooded marsh. Then ...
Starting west of Oconto, this wide river is a pleasant paddle through a forested corridor ...
The “Kinni” is a delightfully playful stretch of narrow waters threading their rapid and ...
Apostle Islands are twenty-two isles off the northernmost tip of Wisconsin, the Bayfield ...
This central Wisconsin section of the Wisconsin River starts in a city park and flows ...
A long and winding paddle, the Mecan passes through banks that are high and then low, ...
Consider this the book’s free-form paddle excursion. This is Wisconsin’s smaller, more ...
The Mississippi is mighty and wide, but its smaller channels, backwaters, and marshland ...
Another tributary to the Rock River, this stretch of the narrow and intimate Bark River ...
This rural stretch of the Milwaukee actually runs north before it turns south to its urban ...
Done as either a one-way paddle or an out-and-back, this trip explores the coastline of ...
Just a short drive south of Milwaukee, the Root River Parkway is a natural space preserved ...
Paddle among high, sandy banks on a wide river east of Eau Claire. The trip starts from ...
As soon as you leave the Lieg Avenue put-in point, this river runs wide and slow through ...
In a bay near the very tip of the Door Peninsula, this there-and-back paddle passes towering ...
What was once a working highway for the lumber industry is now a recreational paddler’s ...
The paddle begins at the edge of town—well below the dam in Black River Falls— and follows ...
This section of the Wisconsin, like the others below the final dam, is wide and steady. ...
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