Get Adventurous on Green Bay Rivers
Aside from its Packers, Green Bay is most notably known for its stunning waterfront location along the Bay of Green Bay, cradling Wisconsin’s famous Door Peninsula. The region offers plenty of biking, hiking, and cross-country skiing along the Fox River trail and other state recreational trails. There are also ample opportunities for fishing and boating, thanks in large part to Green Bays proximity to the Fox River, the Bay of Green Bay, and Lake Michigan. However, there is even more outdoor adventure in store for those truly adventurous. For many, spring in Wisconsin means prime white-water rafting or adventurous kayaking on the local Green Bay rivers. Book your stay at the Astor House Bed and Breakfast today, and discover for yourself how thrilling Green Bay can be.
Green Bay Rivers
With the snows finally melting and the seasonal rains falling, Green Bay’s local rivers have become swollen, which means they are ready to offer a truly exhilarating experience for anyone craving a little adventure. You’ll find one of the longest stretches of active whitewater in the Midwest along the Peshtigo River, beginning near Crandon and ending in Green Bay. The segment named ‘Roaring Rapids’ (P5) is a four mile stretch of nearly continuous intermediate and advanced whitewater perfect for advanced paddlers. There is also a beautiful quiet section of the river between Big Joe Landing and CCC Bridge (P1), where the river winds through a remote wilderness setting of dense northern lowland forest. The Wolf River is one of the most popular whitewater rivers in Northeast Wisconsin. Much of the lower river is primarily flatwater, but the rugged 37-mile upper-reach between Lily and Big Smokey Falls features a large number of rapids and is known for being wild and unpredictable. Rafting trips along the Wolf River are available through local guides, such as ShotGun Eddy’s.
For a more laid back and local experience along Green Bay rivers, you might want to try the Fox river. Along the Fox River, the current is slow with large areas of lake and marsh paddling above Lake Butte des Morts, where the Wolf River joins. Along the way, you’re likely to see a beautiful variety of wildlife and birds, including Great White Pelicans, Sandhill Cranes, a Bald Eagle and the usual large number of a variety of ducks and Canadian Geese. No matter how you choose to enjoy Green Bay Rivers, from the adventurous to the quiet, we know you’ll enjoy the beautiful sights and sounds along the way. Book your stay at our Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast today to begin your adventure.