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Kayak & Stand-Up Paddle Board Activities

Fox River Kayaking Company offers guided excursions and equips independent outings on the Fox River, Lake Winnebago, & surrounding waters. Explore the Fox River with a fun safety guide, or rent the gear for an independent adventure via kayak or paddle board.

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Little Chute Locks Paddle

Discover the unique kayaking charm of Little Chute, and paddle the banks of its many parks as you take in the natural peace of this water.

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Appleton Locks Paddle

Kayak your way through the locks of Appleton, witnessing unique wildlife, historic paper industry sites, and amazing developments along the water.

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Doty Island Paddle

Kayak through peaceful inlets, Lake Winnebago, and the Fox River channel as you enjoy this scenic adventure that has it all.

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Kaukauna Paddle

Experience a true adventure including low-level rapids, portaging our kayaks, and one of the widest and most scenic segments of the Fox River.

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Sunset Paddle

Enjoy the beautiful sunset from the comfort of your kayak. Venture our local waterways on a relaxing, guided paddle. Perfect for sweethearts and friends.

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Paddle Board Yoga

Try something new as you practice your balancing skills and strengthen your core in this engaging and fun yoga session on a stand-up paddle board!

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High Cliff State Park

Enjoy a Lake Winnebago breeze on a stand-up paddle board or kayak. View the Niagara Escarpment from the water!

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Calumet County Park

Enjoy a Lake Winnebago breeze on a stand-up paddle board or kayak. View the Niagara Escarpment from the water!

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Little Lake Butte Des Morts

Relax as you go with the flow from the lake to the mouth of the Fox River, crossing Neenah and Menasha into Appleton!

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Wrightstown | Little Rapids

This section of the river offers a quiet and peaceful round-trip float or a one-way trip to enjoy a longer outing through Little Rapids Lock.

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Rental

Explore the water with a kayak or stand-up paddle board independently, and customize the length and location of your adventure.

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Fox River Kayaking Leadership Certification

Experience a day in the life of a kayak guide! This is an ideal opportunity for a young adult who is passionate about kayaking.

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Private Paddle

Looking for a custom adventure? We are happy to accommodate with routes tailored to your group and individual needs!

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Who We Are

We are a team of adventurers that aims to make the timeless Fox River more accessible to the community. We love the rich history and ecology of the Fox River Valley, and we want to share this with you in a safe and fun way. Join us on the water!

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How are Climate and Vegetation Related?

Climate and vegetation work in harmony. They each depend on and affect the other greatly. Plants absorb energy and release water vapor – both of these processes affect weather patterns. Through transpiration, plants play a part in controlling humidity and temperature of the area around them. Climate also affects vegetation. In areas with consistently warm […]

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Long Live Wisconsin Supper Clubs!

A solid pillar of Wisconsin life – the supper club scene is a tradition with unique history and continued presence! After kayaking during the day, enjoy pictures of your adventure at a Supper Club and share them with friends throughout the evening for a great way to close out the night! What exactly is a […]

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What is the Difference Between Fahrenheit vs Celsius?

The formula to convert fahrenheit to celsius or vice versa is: T(°C) = (T(°F) – 32) / 1.8. Example: °C=(72°F – 32)/1.8. Answer 22.22°C Let’s take a moment to look at the history of these temperature measurement tools. The fahrenheit scale was first created in 1724 by Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit. He used 0 to mark […]

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5 Kayaking Safety Tips

As kayaking season starts to warm up we would like to highlight general safety points! Check Your Gear! It has probably been a while since you have checked your gear. We recommend doing a more thorough look at your water gear before heading out for the first time this season! Understand Current Conditions! Be mindful […]

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How are Wind Levels Measured?

Wind, depending on strength and direction can lead to good times or rough times. Being able to assess and communicate this is important and the Beaufort Wind Force Scale can help out with that. The Beaufort Wind Force Scale was created in 1805 by Sir Francis Beaufort. An Irish-born Royal Navy Officer, he developed this […]

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