Best Paddling in Wisconsin

Best Paddling in WisconsinYesterday we took part in our first ever twit mob with our friends at Wisconsin River Alliance. Via Twitter, we asked what your favorite places are to paddle in Wisconsin.

We wholeheartedly agree with a lot of the recommendations gathered and found some new places that we’ll have to visit. Check out the tweets below and hope you’re able to get out in a canoe or kayak this Labor Day Weekend!

See all of the tweets here: #bestpaddlingwi

RT @dennycaneff: @riveralliance The Trappe River — but I’m not saying where it is so is not overrun! #bestpaddlingwi

— River Alliance of WI (@riveralliance) August 28, 2013

Bois Brule, Stone’s Bridge to Winnebijou. Bald eagles, stately pines, wild trout. River of Presidents! A true gem. #bestpaddlingWI

— River Alliance of WI (@riveralliance) August 28, 2013

@riveralliance Urban rivers! Root River in Racine. Milwaukee River at night. You’ll be pleasantly surprised. #bestpaddlingwi

— Allison Werner (@AllisonWerner1) August 28, 2013

Put in at Ontario. Paddle through Wisconsin’s hidden gem: Kickapoo Reserve. Rare Midwestern backcountry experience. #bestpaddlingWI

— Erin Courtenay (@ecourte) August 28, 2013

The Mecan River from the Germania Damn to bridge 7. (via Mark Schwerin) #bestpaddlingwi

— River Alliance of WI (@riveralliance) August 28, 2013

Robinson Creek from Old County Road I to Kelly Road is one of our favorite creeks. http://t.co/VdUP8DDsS0 #bestpaddlingwi

— Miles Paddled (@milespaddledwi) August 28, 2013

@milespaddledwi #bestpaddlingwi Black River from Black River Falls to LaCrosse.

— Chris Eddy (@gordosk) August 28, 2013

Best paddling PARADE is the annual Fools Flotilla on the Yahara in Madison! #bestpaddlingwi pic.twitter.com/Ii3JkLq5C6

— Joanne Jacobson (@JoanneKJacobson) August 28, 2013

Check out the glades on the Wisconsin River, near Lyndon Station. You won’t be disappointed! #bestpaddlingwi

— Sharon White (@reddinwhite) August 28, 2013

Spring paddling on the Pelican River #bestpaddlingWI

— River Alliance of WI (@riveralliance) August 28, 2013

The Manitowish River below Manitowish Waters. Long live healthy wetlands! #bestpaddlingwi

— Laura MacFarland (@RiverMac) August 28, 2013

I love the little Crystal River near Waupaca for a fun family paddle #bestpaddlingwi

— Wisconsinoutdoorfun (@wisoutdoorfun) August 28, 2013

The Bad River at the mouth of Lake Superior #bestpaddlingwi

— Conservation Voters (@WIConservation) August 28, 2013

A lazy summer day on the Lower Wisconsin with a wet dog, a flotilla of friends, and the champagne of beers. #bestpaddlingWI

— Anne Sayers (@ansayers) August 28, 2013

A good time on the Bad River #bestpaddlingWI pic.twitter.com/HWOVjGGSUT

— Conservation Voters (@WIConservation) August 28, 2013

Admiring the majestic willow trees on the shores of the Rock River in Watertown #bestpaddlingWI

— Matt Dannenberg (@mdberg) August 28, 2013

Getting ready to race down the Kickapoo! #bestpaddlingwi pic.twitter.com/Ys0LYoqXZ4

— Jennifer Giegerich (@jengieg) August 28, 2013

@riveralliance Put in at Cable early season take out at Trego on Namekagon #bestpaddlingwi

— Todd Courtenay (@wtcourtenay) August 29, 2013

You Might Also Like

No Comments

    Leave a Reply