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LaCrosse river at Ellistone Canoe Rentals.

Canoe Trips

 

Canoe the beautiful LaCrosse river from Sparta to Rockland Wisconsin. This canoe or kayak trip will take you through one of the most scenic stretches of the LaCrosse river as it winds its way through historic Monroe and LaCrosse Counties.

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Trips can begin from either of two separate locations in Sparta (Fisherman's Park, or Amundson Park). Four separate trip options ranging from 2-8 hours on average. The three and five hour trips end with your final destination at Rockland boat landing, just minutes from downtown Rockland and Ellistone Canoe Rental.

Ellistone Canoe Rentals LLC
Rockland, Wisconsin
608-343-5696 or 608-487-5114

8 hour canoe trip from Fishermans Park in Sparta to Bangor Boat Landing in Bangor Wisconsin
5 hour canoe trip from Fishermans Park in Sparta to Rockland Wisconsin
2 hour canoe trip from Fishermans Park to Amundson Park in Sparta Wisconsin
3 hour canoe trip from Amundson Park in Sparta to Rockland Wisconsin

8 hr Trip

  • Take the 8 hr trip from Fishermans Park in Sparta to Bangor Boat Landing in Bangor Wisconsin.

  • 5 hr Trip

  • Take the 5 hr trip from Fishermans Park in Sparta to Rockland boat landing.

  • 2 hr Trip

  • Take the 2 hr trip from Fishermans Park to Amundson Park in Sparta.


  • 3 Hr Trip

  • Take the 3 hr trip from Amundson Park to Rockland boat landing.

  • The La Crosse River rises in northern Monroe County and flows generally west-southwestwardly into La Crosse County, through the Fort McCoy military installation and past Sparta, Rockland, Bangor and West Salem. It flows into the Mississippi River at the city of La Crosse.

    In Monroe County, it collects the short Little La Crosse River which flows for its entire course in Monroe County. Down stream of Sparta, the river is paralleled by the La Crosse River State Trail.

    The La Crosse River State Trail has been developed from abandoned Chicago and Northwestern Railroad between Sparta and La Crosse. Prairie remnants, farmlands, trout streams, hardwood forests and wetlands are found along the trail. Packed limestone screenings provide a smooth riding surface. The bridges have planked floors and railings in place for riders safety. A new bridge (1998) at Medary crosses an active rail line running parallel to the trail. The bridge connects the La Crosse River State Trail to the Great River State Trail.

    Scenery and history abound on the 21.5 mile La Crosse River State Trail. This trail is a connecting link between the Great River State Trail and the Elroy-Sparta State Trail. Beyond Elroy lies the 400 Trail with 22 miles of scenic beauty connecting Elroy to Reedsburg. Recreationalists have approximately 101 miles of biking and hiking between Perrot State Park near Trempealeau and Reedsburg, Wisconsin.

    With the miles of beautiful biking trails and canoeing and kayaking on the La Crosse River, Monroe County Wisconsin has been a tourists haven for decades. And with canoeing and kayaking rentals made easy and provided reasonably by Ellistone Canoe Rentals, the La Crosse river will continue to bring fun for the whole family for years to come.

    Ellistone Canoe Rental llc

    Rockland Wisconsin