Canoeing in Appleton WI at Fox River

Canoeing in Appleton WI at Fox River

River Flows across central and east-central Wisconsin to Green Bay. The current is slow with large areas of lake and marsh canoeing above Lake Butte des Morts. Access is available at many parks along the river. The Fox is navigable below Lake Winnebago, but recreational boat traffic is heavy.


Geographers divide the Fox into two distinct sections, the Upper Fox River, flowing from central Wisconsin into Lake Winnebago, and the Lower Fox River, linking Lake Winnebago to the Bay of Green Bay. Together, the two sections give the Fox River a length of 200 miles (322 km).
Canoe rentals on the Fox River, with shuttle. Also, row boats for rent.

Hours of Operation
Open Apr 15-Oct 31. Reservations suggested.

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

Location

Fox River Appleton, , WI 54914
United States
Phone: 
920-734-3358
Phone: 
Toll Free: 800-236-6673

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