No matter where your journey takes you along the Namekagon River, there are river outfitters with plenty of knowledge, gear and good stories to make your journey memorable.  With summer just starting, there is plenty of time left to squeeze in a trip to the Namekagon River. Give any of these local businesses a call…

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The Namekagon River, also known as Wisconsin’s Moving National Park, is a 99.5-mile long river part of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. Underdeveloped yet abundant in scenery and wildlife, the winding Namekagon has something for everyone to experience. With plenty of landings and campsites along the way, it is easily accessible for those looking…

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A Celebration of Indigineous Peoples, Explorers and Tradesmen  Throughout the 99.5 miles of the Namekagon River flows a rich history of the Ojibwe tribe, explorers, loggers and fur traders. With every winding turn, time-honored traditions reveal themselves in the clusters of towering pine trees, the pockets of beaver dams, and diverse wildlife. Although mainly used…

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Delight in the Bright  Enjoying Fall Colors Along the Namekagon River It truly is a sight to see. The vivid colors of the changing seasons in northern Wisconsin are something people come from all over the states to see. As early as Labor Day Weekend, colors like yellow, red and orange start appearing on trees…

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Check out these last-minute adventures down the Namekagon River. With the end of summer peeking around the corner, there are still a lot of to-do items to check off your bucket list! We know how short the season is but if you haven’t explored the Namekagon River and all it has to offer – what…

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Let’s Take a Hike!  The Trego Nature Trail is an easy and accessible way to explore the Namekagon River throughout all four seasons in northern Wisconsin. It is only 3.5 miles round trip along the Namekagon River with many varieties of plants and wildlife. This undemanding terrain is great for solo hikers, friends, couples and…

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Late Season Paddling ‘Every paddler’s dream’ – this is what the Namekagon River has been referred to over the years, boasting the ideal backdrop for your afternoon spent afloat. The fall season is arguably the most beautiful time of the year for paddlers that are making their way down the river. Be sure to print…

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