The Fox River flows across central and east-central Wisconsin to Green Bay. The current is slow with large areas of lake and marsh canoeing above Lake Butte des Morts. Access is available at many parks along the river. The river is navigable below Lake Winnebago, but recreational boat traffic is heavy.
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Articles: Fox River
Honor Wisconsin's father of the national parks and trace his footsteps with a tour along the John Muir Nature and History Route in Marquette County. Read More
With fewer pesky bugs, cooler weather and fewer crowds, autumn is a perfect – and colorful – season for canoeing or kayaking through the wilderness. Read More