Canoeing at Fox River

Canoeing in Waterford WI at Fox River

Known as the 'Little Fox' or 'Illinois Fox,' this slow-current waterway meanders from southeastern Wisconsin into Illinois. Access is available at county and state highway crossings. Several dams must be portaged. Open Apr 15-Oct 31. Reservations suggested.


Route begins on Portage Canal connecting the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers. Easy paddle along historic trade route. Dam portage.Flatwater paddling on Buffalo Lake. Take out in Montello. The Fox River is a tributary of the Illinois River in the states of Wisconsin and Illinois in the United States.

The river enters Illinois where it widens into a large area of interconnected lakes known as the Chain O'Lakes. Fox Lake is the largest city in this area. From the chain, the river flows generally southward for 115 miles (185 km), until it joins the Illinois River at Ottawa.

Direction:
Fox River for Canoeing in the city of Waterford, - Racine County (Southeast Wisconsin).

Location

Fox River
31421 Bridge Dr
Waterford, WI 53185
United States
Phone: 
262-662-5690

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