A Secret Paradise in Southwest Wisconsin
No matter what your particular interest, there’s something waiting for you in this very special place. Come visit the Kickapoo River Valley. Whether you are a canoeist, a trout fisherman, a birder, a botanist, or just someone who appreciates stunning natural and rural beauty, traveling the Kickapoo River, its feeder streams, and its surrounding valleys is a special experience. At 125 miles, the Kickapoo is the longest tributary of the Wisconsin River, meandering from the town of Wilton at its source to Wauzeka, where it joins the Wisconsin.