Happy New Year!

I was reminded that we’re officially 8 years old now! Wisconsin Canoe was officially incorporated on Jan 1, 2010. It’s a little strange to think that this pet project wasn’t expected to last more than a season or two. Going into our ninth year on the water I’m truly humbled by how well we’ve been received and that you...

We have gift certificates (and a free t-shirt)!

Tis’ the season. Need a gift for someone that’s already looking forward to warmer weather? We have gift certificates! Plus, buy a gift certificate between now and Christmas and we’ll send you a dry fit t-shirt (your choice on whether to gift it or keep it for yourself, I won’t judge). Let us know if you have any questions!...

Now taking reservations for 2018!

Our online system is now open for the 2018 season! There’s no rush to book a trip, even the busiest weekends don’t typically sell out until 3-4 weeks in advance, but if you like the piece of mind that comes with having the trip all set and ready to go, we’re here for you! -Ryan

Last weekend of the year!

This is it, the end of the 2017 season! After a pretty rough start it’s been going really well and this weekend is no exception. We’re pushing sunny and highs in the upper 80s today through Saturday. Overnight Saturday it looks like we’ll have a 50% chance of rain (less than .1″) as a ‘cold’ front moves through giving...

Ideal fall weekend

We’ve got two weekends left and this one looks fantastic! Sunny and crisp with highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s. Plus it looks like we’ll have the illusive east wind at our backs! Water levels continue to be great with tons of sand bars. Now that Labor Day Weekend is behind us river traffic will fall...

Perfect end to summer

We’re looking at the perfect end to the summer! Highs in the upper 70s/low 80s and no chance of rain through Labor Day. On top of that, water levels are ideal. If you haven’t made it out yet this year and were hoping to, better hurry! After this we’ve only got two more weekends left. Ryan

Rain overnight Sunday but otherwise tons of sandbars

This late in the year we’re seeing the usual late August water levels which means more sandbars than you’ll know what to do with. The easterly winds play a little havoc with the Prairie Du Sac dam as the wind starts pushing the water around and the dam fights to keep those shifting water levels within a few inches...

Rain Wednesday and Friday nights but otherwise looking good this week

Sounds like the jet stream is heading south which means we’re about to get warmer with more humidity sometime this week. That also means we’re going to see more rain and storms come through which has been surprisingly uncommon so far in the last month. This Wednesday night looks to be the big one with an inch of rain...

Sweet sweet August

Water levels have dropped back near long term averages i.e. the sandbars are out in force. Long range forecast also looks excellent with only Thursday afternoon/evening having a chance of rain, everything else is sunny in the low 80s. This is downright ideal conditions. We’re sold out this weekend and will likely sell out the following weekend but we’re...

Behind the Boats

Ever wonder what life is like running a canoe company? Some people do. I've gotten questions ranging from "How many times have you been to the Boundary Waters?" (one) to "What do you do in the Winter?" (it depends) and my personal favorite "You must love paddling" (paddling is #4 on the list).