The river is considered boring by some, but we find it quiet and mostly scenic, with great reflections that day. Nothing wrong with peace and quiet.
Put in/take out: Endeavor, public landing off Island Dr.
Flow at Princeton gage: 1080 cfs (median 534)
We put in at 3:00 and headed upstream, which is south on this north-flowing river, on a mostly sunny afternoon in the mid 70’s with a light wind.
Thursday afternoon paddle D&M 82 degrees
This trip is a section of Fox River 2 in Paddling Southern Wisconsin
Flow at Berlin gauge 04073500: 758 cfs (median for this day 700 cfs)
Lv Madison 3:30 PM, put in 4:55, take out 7:15, ar Madison 9:15.
Fox River: figuring out the mystery of the White River Lock and Dam
We left from the east side of Madison and took US 151 to WI 73. For the return route, we decided to go WI 23 through Montello, which is about the same time and distance but a slightly
Setting: Sunny weekday afternoon temp in the 70’s. We had never paddled the whole section, and we wanted to get out there before the expected motorboat madness of July 4 weekend.
Water level at Berlin: 1180 cfs. Median for July 2 is ~850. There
This trip is a segment of Fox River 2 in Paddling Southern Wisconsin
D,M & P with shuttle.
Flow at Berlin gauge 04073500: 1180 cfs (median for this day 850 cfs)
Put in Princeton city park at 3:45. Concrete ramp, plenty of parking, porta-john.
Flow at Berlin gauge 04073500: 1610 cfs (median approx 960 cfs)
Put in/take out: County Highway O bridge. OK landing. Room to park several cars. No bathrooms.
The trip: We stopped at a nearby nursery on the way and put in at approx 5 pm. Paddled downstream
Just you and me Memorial weekend
This was our first of many visits to the Fox River north of Princeton
Flow at gauge 04073500 Fox River at Berlin: 1450 cfs (median for this date 780 cfs)
Put in/take out at end of St. Marie Road (no concrete ramp but easy put in and room to park a few