The Kinnickinnic River
The Kinnickinnic River, is a treasure trove enjoyed by fly fishing enthusiasts from the Upper Midwest. Kayak adventurists traverse through towering canyons and serene land-scapes.
DNR Website for Wisconsin Lakes
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It’s easy to fall in love with Wisconsin’s 15,000 lakes. Breathtaking scenery and beautiful wildlife provide the backdrop along thousands of miles of shoreline, where Wisconsin residents and our visitors can fish, boat, swim or just relax and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.
The DNR partners with the University of Wisconsin Extension and citizens around the state to help protect and maintain these amazing natural resources while providing some of the best recreational opportunities in the nation. Today more than 600 lake organizations and thousands of volunteers play a leadership role in the stewardship of Wisconsin’s lakes.
Canoe the 'Kinni'
This is how the “Kinni” flows through River Falls. The Kinni stretches 22 miles and winds through northwestern Wisconsin before emptying into the St. Croix River. The Kinnickinnic River is a perfect paddle destination for anyone who wants a scenic route that isn't too challenging. It is a perfect place to kayak in the summer! There are also numerous spots along the Kinni to stop for lunch and explore the valley.