With its tree lined shores, sandy bottom, shallow depth and hundreds of sand bars to camp/fish/swim from, the Wisconsin River is a virtual paradise in the heart of the Midwest.
One of the Wisconsin River’s tributaries is the twisty and beautiful Kickapoo River with its sandstone cliffs, thought by some geologists to be the oldest river in the world! The confluence of the Kickapoo and Wisconsin Rivers is next to Wauzeka, in Crawford County.
Local outfitters can supply canoes and kayaks and take you out for a wonderful, guided experience, or venture out on your own and enjoy the serene river valley and wildlife.
We even have a directory and map of boat landings to give you an idea of where to start your journey (see below).
Follow this link for River Conditions
Come and see why thousands of people travel to the Boscobel area every year to paddle in Wisconsin’s Outdoor Recreation Destination.