Wisconsin River—Boscobel to Woodman Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"This section of the Wisconsin, like the others below the final dam, is wide and steady. In medium to low flows, sandbars are abundant for stopping or even camping. But unlike areas upriver, this section is paddled less frequently; perhaps one in five paddlers choose this segment.
Wooded to the banks, it shows abundant wildlife, especially birds—likely an eagle or two—and offers some narrower side channels among the islands for some more-intimate stretches. Though not far off the highways on either side, the forest of the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway keeps this section wild, and scenic bluffs are always on the horizon."