A state-designated wild river, the Popple is a river of contrasts as it flows out of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest to meet the Pine River near Jennings Falls in Florence County. The Popple is characterized by long stretches of still water interrupted by short, exciting rapids. The best water levels occur in the spring and early summer.
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Articles: Popple River
When you come to play in the Chequamegon-Nicolet, be sure to plan around these can’t-miss sights, from lookout towers to towering old trees and stops along scenic drives. Read More
Explore untouched waterfalls along Wisconsin's two original Wild Rivers, the Pine and Popple, located in Florence County in the northeastern corner of the state. Read More
Visit these 6 Travel Green Wisconsin-certified nature centers and reserves where the wildlife roam free and protected. Read More