THINGS TO DO #2

CANOEING AND KAYAKING

Surrounded by over 40 square miles of lakes and hundreds of miles of rivers and streams of every depth and size make Princeton and the surrounding area a water lovers’ paradise.

Drop in your canoe or kayak at any of the boat launches seen on the Green Lake Country area map and silently glide along the shore lines of your choosing.

From Green Lake to Lake Puckaway, from the Fox River, to the Mecan River, get up close and personal with Wisconsin’s water ways. Don’t own any gear? Not a problem. Local business rent out kayaks, canoes, and tubes for tubing, making this a great way to spend a lazy or active afternoon.

If you have your own boating equipment, check out the Princeton’s newly installed boat launch in Heistand park, which is handicap accessible.

For a little more educational experience, take a ride on the Fox of the River Voyager, a many person canoe, led by expert local historians about early river settlers to Princeton.

While you are on the water, enjoy the quiet and look for local animals from sturgeon, to eagles, to river otters. For more information about the birds you might see as you paddle, check out our birding page.

WATER TRAIL MAPS
CANOE AND KAYAK RENTALS/TOURS

Mecan River Outfitters and Lodge
920.295.3439
www.mecanriveroutfitters.com

Rendezvous Paddle and Sports
608.297.2444
www.rendezvouspaddleandsports.com

Fox of the River Voyageur Canoe, LLC
920.293.8206
www.foxoftheriver.weebly.com

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