River Falls, Wisconsin

Kinnickinnic River

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
$60.00 Per Person
Length
8.2 miles
Time
4 hours approx.


Yorktown, Indiana

White River

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 Daleville. 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
$45.00 Per Person
Length
7.1 miles
Time
4 hours approx.