Canoeing at Kickapoo River

Canoeing in La Farge WI at Kickapoo Rive

Known as 'the crookedest river in the world,' the Kickapoo is navigable its entire length from just north of Ontario to the Wisconsin River at Wauzeka. This popular river offers access at numerous road crossings. Rentals are available locally. The current is relaxing, but be prepared to portage several dams and an occasional fallen tree.

Try the Kickapoo River for breathtaking scenery. The Kickapoo is one of the few rivers in the nation that flows north, south, east and west.
The Kickapoo Valley Reserve and offers canoeing, kayaking and camping opportunities. Many outfitters are available: Titanic Canoe Rental and Drifty's Canoe Rental in Ontario (HWY 33) and Crooked River Canoe, Kayak and Cabins in Readstown (HWY 14/131).

Come and experience nature with a canoe or kayak trip down the beautiful Kickapoo River. The Kickapoo River offers unmatched scenery of the drift less region. It is a very safe, slow moving river that can be enjoyed by a beginners as well as experienced canoe enthusiasts. The river follows a meandering, winding path through Wildcat Mountain State Park and the Kickapoo Valley Reserve, with plenty of places to stop for a picnic, swimming or exploring. Bring your own food or stop at the Paddle Inn for great food.

Camping, Canoeing & Kayaking
Operational Seven Days A Week
Seasonal May to Oct.
Once you have had a taste of this enchanting little river you will be hooked for life.

Kickapoo River for Canoeing in the city of La Farge, - Vernon County (Southwest Wisconsin).


Kickapoo River La Farge, WI 54639
United States

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