Forming the eastern boundary of Marinette County, the Menominee separates Wisconsin from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The upper stretch offers fast water and difficult rapids. Many rapids and dams must be portaged. NOTE: Portions of the upper river are extremely dangerous and should only be run by experts in decked boats. The lower river has a slower current with some low-hazard rapids.
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Articles: Menominee River
One day just isn't enough to explore Marinette County's 125-mile loop of 14 waterfalls. You can easily extend your visit to Wisconsin's northeastern border with accommodations ranging from simple cabins and cottages to modern condos and luxurious suites. Read More
If you're looking for some fishing off the beaten path, there are plenty of smaller and secluded fish-filled waterways in Wisconsin. Here are 10 of the state's best under-the-radar spots for anglers that only the locals know about! Read More