Your Wisconsin River Adventure Starts Here

2016 Season

Boscobel: May 1 - Nov.

Sauk City: May 9 - Sept 18

Hours: 9 - 5

Reservations are HIGHLY recommended

64°F
Wind: 7mph SE
Clear Skies
Humidity: 93%
Paddlesports Forecast
NO GLASS/Fireworks
Glass (bottles and jars included) and Fireworks are STRICTLY prohibited on the Wisconsin River. Assume your gear will be inspected by the Dept. of Natural Resources and you WILL get ticketed upto $749 for prohibited items.

Here’s the section everyone loves!  However, while on your trip it shouldn’t be about knowing EXACTLY where you’re at.  While on the water, relax…let the current do the work and stop thinking so much.  You might find it quite liberating.

Google Earth Flyover of the WI River

google earthIf you have Google Earth software on your computer you can click the link to the left and download the file and open it with Google Earth.  We’ve got to admit…it’s pretty cool!  Also, note the sultry voice of the narrator.

 

Google Maps

This view will give you an idea of exactly where the Wisconsin River is located, the order to the boat landings as well as information about distance between them and amenities available at each.  Click on the map for additional information.


View WI River Outings Canoe Trips – Boat Landings in a larger map

 Subway Style Map

subwayThis “map” is an attempt at a subway style map.  We’ve plotted out all of the boat landings we service, distances, amenities at each and some other helpful pointers.  Let us know if we could somehow make it more user friendly.  Please click the image to the left.

 

 

Traditional Maps

Eastern Portion of the Lower WI River – from Sauk City to Mucoda

Western Portion of the Lower WI River – from Muscoda to Wyalusing

This list is in order from east to west/upriver to downriver.

Sauk City, Ferry Bluff, Arena, Spring Green, Spring Green to Lone Rock, Lone Rock, Gotham, Muscoda to Blue River, Blue River to Boscobel, Boscobel, Woodman, Woodman to Millville, Bridgeport to Wyalusing

Other Resources

If you’re looking to paddle more of Southern Wisconsin, or want some great maps with detail and written explainations for each stretch there’s no better sources than: Paddling Southern Wisconsin by Mike Svob.  This book is basically the Bible of Wisconsin canoeing opportunities.

WI Department of Natural Resources Interactive Map.  Not sure how much help this map is but it’s kinda cool.

USGS Topographical maps.  For those who just can’t seem to get enough detail…this is your source.

Wisconsin Geocaching Assoc. can be a helpful site in finding sites and suggesting uses for your GPS.