Known as the crookedest river in the world, the Kickapoo is navigable its entire length from just north of Ontario to the Wisconsin River at Wauzeka. This popular river offers access at numerous road crossings. Rentals are available locally. The current is relaxing, but be prepared to portage several dams and an occasional fallen tree.
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Articles: Kickapoo River
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