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Fan Favorites: Wisconsin Boating Spots
Posted on: 6/30/2013
Bright blue water, crystal clear skies, glistening green shorelines, what isn’t there to love about a day spent boating on your favorite lake or river? We reached out to our Facebook community to get the lowdown on some of their favorite boating spots around the state.
Here are some of some of our fans' favorite boating spots around the state:
Lake Winnebago -Teresa M
The largest fresh water lake in Wisconsin, Lake Winnebago delivers tons of exciting water activities and beautiful shorelines. High Cliff State Park makes for a great landing spot and gives visitors a beautiful view of the lake.
Eagle River Chain of Lakes - Joshua D.
Eagle River is one of the hot spots for summer vacationing in Wisconsin and with the Eagle River Chain O’ Lakes you can spend an entire day boating on 28 connecting lakes. Perfect for water skiers and tubers alike, but also complete with connecting rivers and more quiet areas, the Eagle River chain is perfect for every boater’s style.
Lake Michigan - Christina L.
In Wisconsin we’re lucky enough to have a great lake stretching alongside the eastern side of the state, with an abundant amount of fishing and beautiful coastlines, Lake Michigan gives boaters a unique experience.
Lac du Flambeau Chain - Kim R.
Between its beautiful coastlines and phenomenal fishing spots this chain in northern Wisconsin is a must-see. Spend a day (or several) adventuring on the water or exploring the many historical landmarks along the coast.
St. Croix River - Andrew K.
If you find yourself in the Northern Wisconsin, check out the St. Croix River. While the upper part of the river is mainly for canoeing and rafting, the lower part of the river is open to boating of all kinds. Make your way to the St. Croix Falls for gorgeous sights and unbeatable fun!
These are just some of a few lakes and rivers that are sure to deliver on a good time. You can find many more Wisconsin boating spots on TravelWisconsin.com.This entry was posted in Boating & Sailing