Canoeing the Bois Brule River,
S in Douglas County to Hwy. 2 just
west of Brule. 12 miles. This stretch
is the most popular day trip on the
river. This is a good trip for less
experienced canoeists. Camping is
available at the Bois Brule campground
which is at the 10.5 mile point on
the trip. For water level info call
Brule State Forest 715-372-4866.There
are 4 Class I rapids along the way.
Put in at the landing downstream left
from County S bridge.Take out at the
landing upstream left from Hwy. 2
Brule 2- Hwy
2 to Hwy 13 in Douglas County. 15.5
miles. This trip has 7 miles of quiet
river followed by 8 miles of almost
continous whitewater with two very challenging
Class II rapids and 1 class II + rapids.
It would be good to pre-scout them before
running them.. If you just want to do
the easy stretch take out at Copper
Range Campground. Water levels are usually
not a problem on this part of the river.
Put in at the landing upstream left
from Hwy. 2. Take out at the landing
upstream right from the Hwy. 13 bridge.
Brule 3- Hwy
13 to Lake Superior in Douglas County.
8 miles. This is an 8 mile trip of easy
rapids that ends with a spectacular
view of Lake Superior. Camping is not
available on this part of the river.Water
levels are very depedable. Put in at
Hwy 13 bridge. Take out at the sandy
beach to the right just before the mouth
of the river.