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$65 for Kayak Outing for Two (Up to $130 Value)
During a six-hour paddle, two guests traverse the Kinnickinnic River, floating past bald eagles and beavers until they reach the point where the St. Croix and Mississippi Rivers join. Afterward, they reenergize with a complimentary beverage at Muddy Waters Bar and Grill before a shuttle returns them to their vehicles.
Kinni Creek Lodge and Outfitters
More than 15 years ago, at the turn of the century, Wisconsin-based Kinni Creek Lodge and Outfitters Wisconsin introduced everyday people of all ages and walks of life to the unspoiled forests and sparkling blue waters of the Kinnickinnic River valley. What began as a nature outpost offering guests six rental canoes and three rooms, soon expanded into a spacious resort with a fleet of over 200 kayaks.
Today, Kinni Creek is spread across 180 feet of private, scenic shoreline along the Kinnickinnic River. The resorts boasts over 200 kayaks for rent, a fly shop and fly-fishing school, and vacation cottage and fly-fishing lodge. Everyone from corporate camping outings to students and youth groups to families of vacationers commune with nature as they kayak past the bluffs and prairies of the Kinni, fly-fish for trout, or relax in a rustic bed-and-breakfast chalet or vacation cottage.
83% of 441 customers recommend
“Make sure you read the information from the Kinni Creek website--that will help with where you need to park for the shuttle. What a wonderful experience.”
“Had so much fun! However, if you've never kayaked prior to this I'd recommend a visit to a lake to "master" maneuvering prior to dealing with river currents. Wasn't...”
“Had so much fun! However, if you've never kayaked prior to this I'd recommend a visit to a lake to "master" maneuvering prior to dealing with river currents. Wasn't any paddling instruction, nor does a guide accompany your group (which we really liked!)”
“go, its fun.”