Canoeing at Pecatonica and East Branch of the Pecatonica

Canoeing in Argyle WI at Pecatonica and East Branch of the Pecatonica

Flowing through eastern Lafayette County and western Green County.


Both rivers offer a mild current and picturesque scenery including farmland, wood lots and marsh. There is no rough water, but it may be necessary to skirt an occasional fallen tree. The current slows below the junction of the rivers near Browntown.

Canoe and kayak enthusiasts enjoy peaceful floats down the twin branches of the Pecatonica River. The County’s Fever River offers another great paddling adventure and one of the nation’s best fisheries. Our lakes also offer great canoe and kayak adventures and spectacular scenery along your trip. Enjoy Lafayette County as you never have — by canoe or kayak.

Launch sites in Blanchardville, Argyle, and Black Hawk Park.

Direction:
Pecatonica and East Branch of the Pecatonica for Canoeing in the city of Argyle, - Lafayette County& Green County. (Southwest Wisconsin).

Location

Pecatonica and East Branch of the Pecatonica
Woodford
Argyle, WI
United States
Phone: 
608-465-3390

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