Barry Kalpinski

Madison

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  1. Koshkonong Creek: Cambridge to Hoopen Road—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    With a convenient bike shuttle on CamRock trail and varied features throughout, the Koshkonong will appeal fans of small, intimate creeks.

  2. Wisconsin River: Upper and Lower Dells—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    Arguably one of the most scenic paddles in all of Wisconsin, the legendary Wisconsin Dells are best traveled and explored with a paddle in hand.

  3. Badfish Creek: Old Stage Road to Casey Road—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    There's probably not a creek or river we paddle more often than the beloved Badfish.

  4. Wisconsin River: Lower Wisconsin Riverway—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    The last 92 miles of the Wisconsin River offer some of the best kayak and canoe camping in Wisconsin.

  5. Kickapoo River: Ontario to Rockton—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    The Kickapoo river is one of the premier paddling destinations in all of Wisconsin. With easy access, camping opportunities and stunning rock formations, it’s a bucket-list destination.

  6. Sugar River: Belleville to County Road X—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    The Sugar River appeals to paddlers looking for a leisurely paddle in an environment that at times, feels wild and remote.

  7. Waupaca River: County Highway C to Brainards Bridge Park—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    Reliably fun and quite scenic, the Waupaca is a favorite destination for Central Wisconsin paddling.

  8. Yahara River: Stebbensville Road to Murwin County Park—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    While there's lot to explore on the Yahara River Trail, this section near Edgerton, is popular for it's reliable water levels and lovely meandering.

  9. Kickapoo River: Rockton to LaFarge—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    The Kickapoo river is one of the premier paddling destinations in all of Wisconsin. With easy access, camping opportunities and stunning rock formations, it’s a bucket-list destination.

  10. Turtle Creek: Sweet-Allyn Park to Dickop Street—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    With numerous riffles, good current and always something to keep your interest, the Turtle is one of our favorite creeks.

  11. Baraboo River: Haskins Park to Highway 113—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    A short but wonderful trip down the Baraboo that passes through the namesake’s historic downtown and legendary circus grounds.

  12. Crystal River: Rural to Shadow Lake Road—Flat Water Paddling

    Madison

    The Crystal River is just that, crystal clear and it's as charming as the city of Rural that it flows through. It's a Central Wisconsin gem.