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Adventure on the Namekagon River

 It looks like the warm weather is finally here to stay, and that’s great news for Jack’s Canoe & Tube Rental. With the warmer weather, Jack’s has begun taking reservations for the 2017 season. So get your friends together, pick a date and make a reservation today. Reservations can be made by calling 715-635-3300Jack’s Canoe & Tube Rental was founded in 1967, and has been providing Northwest Wisconsin with amazing Adventures for over 50 years. This fourth generation family owned business, is well known for offering great customer service as well as great float trips.Located on the beautiful Namekagon River, Jack’s offers a wide range of rental options, they have Canoes, Kayaks, Inner Tubes, and in 2014 they added Paddle boards. The Trips range from a 2 hour float, to a 12 day Adventure. So whether your looking for a relaxing day floating with friends, or your trying to push you limits,on an overnight float Jack’s Canoe & Tube Rental has the perfect trip for you.

Looking for an awesome Adventure, that you wont forget? Jack’s Canoe Retal, offers a 12 day Adventure trip, covering approximately 250 miles of breath taking river. Along the way you will camp on riverside campsites, only accessible by water! This amazing trip will give visitors an ultimate camping experience in mother natures truest form.
The staff at Jack’s has over 160 combined years of outfitting experience on the river. Let them put that experience to work, creating the perfect outing for you and your friends. Make your reservation today to come and explore one of the Midwest’s best kept secrets. For more information please visit:


  1. This part of Wisconsin is so beautiful. I would love to do the 250 mile trip someday.

  2. 250 in a canoe? My back would be killing me. Lets plan a shorter trip.

  3. Ok. But lets camp out 1 night too.

  4. This would be awesome.

  5. Wisconsin is a great place to kayak, so many beautiful rivers to navigate.

  6. sounds like one long ass float trip

  7. Any idea how far this is from Milwaukee?

  8. I can just picture myself floating down river with a PBR in my hand. Good times!

  9. Its been years since i have been in a canoe, but this looks so peaceful makes me what to get back on the water.

  10. So i would love to do this. But for camping do they set ur tent up or do u lug it around in the canoe?

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