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Whether you're looking to explore or just relax, Antigo and Langlade County, located in the great Wisconsin "Northwoods", offers residents and visitors alike an abundant array of cultural, historical, natural, and recreational options. The true Northwoods tourist destination provides a wide variety of northern Wisconsin recreational opportunities to meet everyone's likings all year long. For good reason, this is why ​Langlade County has been branded the "County of Trails." 
 
               
Start planning your next adventure in Langlade County: The County of Trails!
Rafting & Paddling
Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Center
Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Center
N3494 Hwy 55, White Lake, WI - 715-882-3502Website | Map

Bear Paw Outdoor Adventure Resort, is dedicated to adventure and fun! Offering kayaking instruction and trips on Northern Wisconsin’s Wolf River. Their trips and classes are fantastic learning experiences that feature safety and fun and are designed for people who are inquisitive about the natural environment, and want to explore what the natural world has to offer. Daily rental of kayaking equipment and boats.


Bob's Rafts
Bob's Rafts
N4495 State Highway 55, White Lake, WI - (715) 882-8304Website | Map

The fun begins at Bob and Joni's! Ride the whitewater rapids of the Wolf River in one of their bright green tubes for only $15.00. Stop in for Breakfast or lunch. Get gas or stock your cooler. They will be happy to share some area information about all of the area's hidden fun spots. They are there to show you a great time and a little of the Wolf River Life


Herb's Wolf River Rafts
Herb's Wolf River Rafts
N2580 WI 55, White Lake, WI - (715) 882-8612Website | Map

Long 5 to 6 hour trips and shorter 2 to 3 hour trips are available. Shooting the rapids is a thrill you will want to do annually with friends. Life jackets are required and provided with rafts and paddles. Your auto remains at the Inn where the trips end. We provide free transportation to the start of the trips. Local law is enforced, prohibiting glass bottles and beverage cans in rafts and littering the river.


River Forest  Wolf River Camping
River Forest Wolf River Camping
W 510 Hwy WW, White Lake, WI - (715) 882-3351Website | Map

At River Forest, their goal is to offer their guest the best up north adventure vacation. Being located by the Wolf River and bordering the Nicolet National Forest, their rustic campground offers you many hours of opportunities to enjoy the natural beauty and activities this area has to offer.


Shotgun Eddy
Shotgun Eddy
N2765 Hwy 55, White Lake, WI - (715) 882-4461Website | Map

Shotgun Eddy is located along the famous Wolf River just 25 miles north of Shawano on Hwy 55. A small drive for a great experience. The rafting season open on May 1 and closes in September


Wolf River Guides
Wolf River Guides
W747 Peot Road, White Lake, WI - (715) 882-3002Map

They are a family owned business dedicated to meeting the need and satisfying the desires of their customers! They don't let anyone leave without having a GREAT time! All of their staff are certified and are willing to work with you! Give them a try this summer!

Wolf River Water Report
Wolf River Water Report In Langlade County

Click the links below to check the water levels and for more information on Sections 2, 3, and 4 of the Wolf River in Langlade County Wisconsin.  


Section 2 Wolf River Water Report
White Lake, WI

Section 2 - is from Hollister to the Highway 64 bridge at Langlade.  This section is often paddled by beginners as the river offers a variety of Class I and II rapids with good surfing waves and countless currents.


Section 3 Wolf River Water Report
White Lake, WI

Section 3 - is considered south of the Highway 64 bridge.  The river has stretches of several Class II+ (III) rapids and some long flatwater stretches. With most of the riverbank under state ownership (until the end of the run), you get the feeling of paddling in a wilderness setting.  


Section 4 Wolf River Water Report
White Lake, WI

Section 4 - is the most challenging segment on the Wolf River. The character of the river changes from (generally) longer boulder-garden style rapids (upstream of the reservation and the upper/prior stretch in the reservation) to shorter but steeper drops in this section. In all cases, fairly long flatwater pools separate the main rapids.