Canoeing at Platte River

Canoeing in Lancaster WI at Platte River

Navigable from Ellenboro to the Mississippi River. Frequent changes from quiet water to rapids (Class I). One-hour to two-day trips available. Eleven access points.


If you paddled the Grant River, you’ve had a good preview of the Platte.

The Platte, for much of its length a meandering farmland stream, cuts through hills and woods in its last few miles. Paddling and fishing are best from Royalton to the Mississippi River.

Little Platte River has a good whitewater paddling spot nearby.

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

Location

Platte River Lancaster, WI 53813
United States
Phone: 
608-723-2125

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