Canoeing at Sheboygan River

 Canoeing in Sheboygan WI at Sheboygan River

The river flows from the Sheboygan Broughton Marsh to Lake Michigan. Navigable waters begin at the Marsh and flow well over 25 miles to Lake Michigan. It is necessary to portage several dams and falls. The Pigeon, Mullet and Onion Rivers (all tributaries of the Sheboygan) can be canoed at high water.


The marsh portion is accessible via Marsh Lodge, W7039 City SR near Elkhart Lake. There's a dam at the lower edge of the marsh. To canoe the lower section of the river, maps and a shuttle service are available at Thill Marine, 823 Commerce Ave, Sheboygan. You can also put in at Rochester Park in Sheboygan Falls and travel 13 miles to Sheboygan with 2 portages around dams.

Explore seven miles of the Sheboygan River as it winds through River Wildlife. Canoe rentals are available by reservation to resort guests. Lodging reservations are required before making reservations for River Wildlife activities.

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

Location

Sheboygan River Sheboygan, WI 53081
United States
Phone: 
920-457-9495
Phone: 
Toll Free: 800-457-9497

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