National Geographic News

Bois Brule River, Wisconsin

Photograph by Chas Jensen, My Shot

Canoes outside a boathouse await paddlers on northern Wisconsin's Bois Brule River. Once traveled by Native Americans and European explorers, trappers, and traders, the river is now a popular recreation area for paddling, wildlife viewing, and hiking. The entire 44 miles of the river is contained within the Brule River State Forest.

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