Canoeing at Grant River

Canoeing in Lancaster WI at Grant River

Winds through deep valleys bounded by rocky ledges and high bluffs. One-hour to three-day trips available. Frequent rapids (Class I), but minimal portaging. Wide variety of wildlife and timber. Sixteen access points.

If you are looking for an location to go canoeing with the family and kids in southwest Wisconsin, then Grant River Canoe Rental in Beetown, Wisconsin, may be the right place for you. Canoeing is on the Grant River, which is a Class I River in Wisconsin, and offers a slow moving current with beautiful scenery.

Grant River Canoe Rental is located in Beetown, Wisconsin, in southwest Wisconsin. The Grant River is a Class I river, which offers slow moving currents that make it the ideal river for family canoeing and group outings.

Along the Grant River you will experience narrow winding trails and beautiful sheer rock bluffs which provide a beautiful landscape during your canoeing trip. The Grant River Canoe Rental opens May 1 and closes October 31.

Grant River for Canoeing in the city of Lancaster, - Grant County (Southwest Wisconsin).


Grant River Lancaster, WI 53813
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