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Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum
“The Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum is a non-profit museum located in Spooner, Wisconsin. We are dedicated to the preservation and restoration of historic canoes, and to the education of our visitors on the influence of canoe craft on the art and history of North America.”

The Real North
“Find your adventure in Nature's Waterpark! From the shores of Green Bay to exceptional inland waters, Marinette County has something for every outdoor enthusiast!”

180 Adventure
If you're into the outdoors, exercise and personal physical challenges, then check out the "Stubborn Mule Adventure Race" that is put together by this awesome organization each year in central Wisconsin.

North East Wisconsin Paddlers
“The goal of the NEW Paddlers is to encourage and advance paddle sport education and safety. Whether it is whitewater, surf, canoes, or kayaks, we look to bring together like-minded individuals with whom we can share our passion for paddling. Check out our website for information on our club, who we are and what we do!...”

Wild Earth Eco Tours
Wild Earth Eco Tours is a small business native to the Chippewa Valley and Northern Wisconsin that engages guests with community involvement, global conservation, cultural encounters and self-discovery through hands-on learning, volunteer and authentic travel experiences.

Kayak Quixotica
“Quix is simply a personal website of someone who kayaks. Every one of us who gets into sea kayaking crosses through many of the same experiences; learning new skills, exploring our local environments, traveling, shopping for decent gear and sometimes just putting the kayak away and thinking about something completely different. That's what Quix is all about...”

Pure Water Paddlers
“Pure Water Paddlers is a group of canoe and kayak enthusiasts around the West Central Wisconsin area. Most of our paddling takes place within a reasonable distance of Eau Claire, WI and Chippewa Falls, WI. Our goal is to provide a wide variety of paddling experiences for paddlers of all skill levels.”

Stout Adventures
“Stout Adventures offer a variety of trips and clinics. Our offerings are open to all Stout students, faculty and staff as well as the community. The trips emphasize responsible behavior in the outdoors, teamwork and fun! Trips run within a cooperative adventure philosophy as opposed to a guide service. Under the cooperative adventure philosophy participants are expected to assume responsibilities on trips which will include setting up tents, meal preparation, etc.”

National Links

Family Camping and Canoeroots Magazine
“Canoeroots is published in the heart of canoe country celebrating the rich tradition and canoe heritage with gear, adventure and the soul of today's canoeists. Our annual canoe buyer's guide is the number one resource and our regular columnists—canoeing's best writers—are packed full of strokes, gear, tips and trips. Pack along Family Camping and you get two amazing magazines in one.” Published by Rapid Media which also produces the following publications: Rapid, Adventure Kayak, and Kayak Angler.

American Canoe Association
“Founded in 1880, The American Canoe Association (ACA) is a national nonprofit organization serving the broader paddling public by providing education related to all aspects of paddling; stewardship support to help protect paddling environments; and sanctioning of programs and events to promote paddlesport competition and recreation.”

American Whitewater
“Founded in 1954, American Whitewater is a national non-profit organization with a mission "to conserve and restore America's whitewater resources and to enhance opportunities to enjoy them safely." American Whitewater is a membership organization representing a broad diversity of individual whitewater enthusiasts, river conservationists, and more than 100 local paddling club affiliates across America...”

US Canoe and Kayak Team
“USA Canoe/Kayak is committed to the Olympic Ideals and to a program founded on a competitive environment in which athletes are ranked and supported based on objective criteria. USA Canoe/Kayak is committed to supporting an organizational structure that will aid all paddlers in their quest for success in their competitive endeavors...”

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