Kayak Tours in River Falls Wisconsin
Choose from 2 amazing kayaking day trips! River Falls, Wisconsin The lower canyon of the Kinnickinnic River is a natural spring-fed class I trout stream that runs approximately eight miles from River Falls to the St. Croix River. Birds and wildflowers cover the shore line, and prehistoric great blue herons stretch their wings up and down the river. The river has little to no development and is actively protected by the Kinnickinnic River Land Trust. The lower canyon has wider and swifter waters than the upper portion and has a few difficult turns along the way.. Price : $60 per person Duration : 4 hours Length : 8.2 miles Yorktown, Indiana The White River is a beautiful, idyllic river with a relaxing current that is—at times—swift and adventurous. From the start point at Morrow's Meadow park, it branches into east and west forks. You'll be taking the west fork to Chesterfield. The river is lined with bedrock and widens and narrows throughout the natural forest canopy. There are numerous natural areas along the banks of the river to eat, swim, or play. Depending on the time of year, you may see cranes, turtles, muskrat, fox, deer, and more. Price : $45 per person Duration : 4 hours Length : 8.2 miles *IMPORTANT DISCOUNT: When you book your trip through GetMyBoat you will get an exclusive 2 for 1 deal. That's 2 people for the price of one. Please mention the deal at the time of booking. What is included Kayak, paddle, dry storage, PFD (not required) and shuttle service What to wear and bring Active/outdoor wear, swim wear NO flip flops or bare feet. Strap on sandals or shoes are highly recommended. NO expensive sunglasses, use strap if needed sunscreen Water/Gatorade snacks, lunch (a simple sandwich) six-pack sized coolers favorite beverages *Towels will be supplied at the end of the trip.
- Captain is not included.
- Trip may require hiring additional qualified personnel.
- 1 guest
- Boards & Paddles
“I was very fortunate to grow up in River Falls, Wis., and have the Kinnickinnic River“We grew up fishing for trout, night crawler hunting before a long night on the shoreline, night fishing with the neighbors...The deep fishing holes provided us with wonderful swimming holes, and rope swings tied to trees added to our playfulness. Inner tubes and canoes were our early methods of transportation down the river.”“I was blessed to have such a wonderful childhood filled with activities around the Kinni, and now I try to give the same experience to my four children...teaching them how to ‘read the river,’ love the wilderness, and open their lives to the outdoors,” says Mike Kealy. “I started this business because I want to give those same experiences to more people.”
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- Life jackets/required safety gear
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.