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Been white water rafting on the Wolf on and off for over 20 years. We love it. I will say that it's sad they no longer enforce the no cans or bottle rule as the river has been getting very dirty and littered over the...More
We go rafting every year on the Wolf river and we always camp nearby at the River Forest Wolf River campground. I recommend going rafting through Big Smokey Falls rather than Shotgun Eddies as the latter has strict rules, overcharges, and time restrictions. Don't miss...More
My wife and I enjoyed floating down the Wolf River. There was a nice variety of white water as the water was fairly high. On this day, it was close to a 3. Sun was out so it was both relaxing and good for a...More
I received a marvelous Christmas present this year. Whitewater kayaking lessons on the Wolf River in the marvelous Wisconsin northwoods. I enrolled with Bear Paw Outdoor for their Intro to Whitewater Kayaking class. We learned some basic "survival skills" on Boulder Lake then went over...More
The Wolf River hooks into Shawano Lake. Shawano Lake also hooks into Washington Lake. So this gives visitors lots of room to explore for boating, fishing, swimming, etc. The Wolf River also offers great white water rafting. And the Wolf River offers the Mennominee Indian...More