For those who have followed this site for awhile, they might have figured out that the Wisconsin River is one of my favorite places in the world. I have been canoeing the Wisconsin River since I was 10 years old. This makes over 30 years that I have canoed this fantastic river.
I have probably averaged about 1.5 trips a year over the 30 plus years I have camped and canoed the mighty Wisconsin. Probably 90 percent or more of those trips were amazing. The only variables that make a trip on the Wisconsin not so much fun is the weather or the water level. Even those trips were memorable in some way.
Labor Day will mark my second trip of the year on the Wisconsin, so I made my quota for the year. This trip will be exciting because once I take out at Woodman, the trip is only beginning. I will be heading up the Kickapoo River for two days on this river, and I will end up at Wauzeka where it empties into the Wisconsin.
For those wanting to know about the Wisconsin, read about how I believe it is the best river camping in the world here. Wisconsin River Outings can get you started with a canoe, a guide if needed, and a ride. They are located in Boscobel and Sauk City.
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