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Kayaking on the White River outside Lake Geneva is NOW

Running the rapids on White River in Spring of 2013

Running the rapids on White River in Spring of 2013

 

April 25, 2014

The spring kayaking season is roaring down the White River outside Lake Geneva this year, with the resent heavy rains, the river is really ripping. The launching place most of the local kayaks take off from is on Sheridan Springs Road in the Township of Lyons.  Going north on Sheridan Springs Road outside of Lake Geneva from Edwards Boulevard the first two bridges are where most locals launch from.


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The most exciting run down the river is where the elevation drops 9 feet over a mile and a half. That is the section through Duane Clark’s  190 acre Copper Kettle Ranch which soon will be a Walworth County natural recreation area.

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  1. The White River is a navigable waterway. Why doesn’t the WDNR force Grand Geneva to remove / modify the low level golf cart bridges that obstruct boating on the river there? Thoughts?

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