Join us, as we provide a kayak camping weekend on High Falls Flowage - located just west of Crivitz, Wi. This flowage is about 1500 acres of pure northwoods magic. There are numerous small islands, coves, tributaries, rock formations, and wildlife which make this location a pleasure to explore.  There are only a handful number of man made structures surrounding this body of water - which enhances the sounds of nature.

We will be kayak camping on one of the island campsites for both Friday and Saturday nights (two sites have been reserved). This will be a small group experience, we will paddle as a group. Intermediate kayak skills required for this trip - this is not intended for an entry level paddler. No alcohol will be allowed on this trip.


Campsite description:

We will have one rather large island to ourselves - two campsites are present. At each campsite, there is a fire ring, picnic table, benches, and a privy. Kayaks can be either stored on the ground by the water, or placed up on the storage rack. This is a fairly wooded island - no trash cans (pack in/pack out) or potable water source present. We will filter the water, and also have a 5 gallon container for the group to use.



Friday- make your way to the location by 6PM. You will load your kayak with your gear needed for the weekend. Paddle to island ~1 mile away. Arrival to island camp site by 7:30PM – set up tents before nightfall. Camp fire chat/snack

Saturday - wake up/breakfast provided. Get on water by 9AM, Kayak fun and Games -> go for a paddle north and find a lunch spot, eat and paddle back to camp site round trip 8-10 miles. Evening meal provided. Night time paddle on southern aspect for a few hours total milage about 2.5 miles, return back to camp. Sleep

Sunday- wake up /meal. Light packing up. Explore southern aspect, eat lunch at one of the other launches there. Paddle back to camp and pack kayaks for trip back to car -total 5.5 miles. Arrival back to cars by 3PM. Say goodbyes.

Items which will be provided: Kayak (first come/first served), pfd, paddle, 5L drybag. Sat breakfast/evening meal, lights for kayaks, camp site reservation, expert knowledge of waterways, a safe paddling experience.

A complete suggested packing list will be emailed to participants, however we recommend lightweight backpacking items. Tent, sleeping pad, sleeping bag/blanket, cookware, snacks/meals, paddle clothing/change of clothing/towel, and large dry bag are all ideal items to bring along for this trip; and which will fit into the kayaks. If bringing your own kayak - we recommend/desire you to have at least one hatch in which to place your gear. We also recommend kayaks to be ideally 14 foot or longer for this trip - as this assist the paddler to keep the paddle pace and distance.

Cost: $150 per person - Reservations will close out 1 week prior to trip.

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