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The world-famous Brule River is a gem among the waterways of the Upper Midwest. Flowing 50 miles north into Lake Superior, the River provides consistent spring fed water through the Brule River State Forest. Float among Wisconsin’s unblemished water and experience the finest canoeing or kayaking of its kind in America. Experience the picturesque beauty of the upper Brule or feel the exhilaration while being challenged on the more aggressive lower Brule’s 80+ rapids. Our novice trips are a breeze and the Brule is a haven for anglers after the wily trout.

Here in Brule we have all the resources necessary to make your canoeing or kayaking experience an exciting and entertaining adventure. Only the finest brand names in kayaking and canoeing equipment are used and our shuttle service eliminates any transportation concerns. The trips range from 1 hour to 3 days and skill levels from first time beginners to advanced.

  Popular Trips

A1 Trip – Stones Bridge to Winneboujou


Pass by Cedar Island, the summer White House for Calvin Coolidge. See the island and what brought five presidents to the Brule.

A2 Trip – Stones Bridge to Brule

16 miles | 5-6 hours

This trip is a combination of the A1 and B1 trips. See Cedar Island, pass by the DNR campground, and paddle a class II rapids

B1 Trip – Winneboujou to Brule

4 miles | 1-3 hours

This trip has 5 rapids, one of which is class II. This trip also passes by the DNR campground.

D2 Trip – Pine Tree to Hwy #13

10 miles | 3-5 hours
Intermediate to Advanced 

This trip has the most challenging whitewater of the river and provides plenty of exciting challenges.