Ahnapee State Trail

This 30-mile crushed-stone recreational trail connects Casco Junction to Algoma to Sturgeon Bay. Enjoy biking, horseback riding (April 15 – November 15), walking, running, snowmobiling, snow shoeing and cross country skiing. Dogs permitted with a 6 foot leash.  No fee for use.  Kewaunee County Promotion and Recreation Department (920) 388-0444.

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Kayaking and Watersports

The Ahnapee River is a flatwater paddle in a wide, sometimes marsh-like estuary – perfect for silent sport enthusiasts. Dammed at Forestville it gently winds its way to its ultimate destination with Lake Michigan. Perfect for beginners. Kayak rentals are available at area campgrounds as well as at Explore Algoma located at Olson Park where a kayak launch has been installed. No fee to launch along river or Crescent Beach.

Ahnapee River Access Points Map

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Rio Creek Airport

Rio Creek Airport was established in the early 70’s when a group of enthusiastic pilots began building a runway just west of “downtown” Rio Creek. Through many hours of rock picking and plowing, many friends and family members helped transform a field into Runway 7/25. The first flight out of Rio Creek Airport was in a 1946 415-CERCO Ercoupe (N386H) on August 28, 1973. Over the next few years, two hangers, an aviator’s clubhouse and an 
A-framed cabin were added as the aviation bug captivated the small town.

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