Kinnickinnic River Land Trust and the Kinni Corridor Collaborative partnered with UW-RF student Johnathan Van Roekel to create an interactive map of the Kinnickinnic River and its watershed. This map series allows outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to learn more about the recreational opportunities along the Kinnickinnic River. It highlights areas that are open to the public for hiking, fishing, bird watching and exploring the beauty of the Kinni.
Known as the “Kinni” by those who enjoy it, the Kinnickinnic River is a spring fed, cold-water stream 22 miles in length surrounded by a picturesque watershed of 174 square miles. It rises north of Interstate 94 in the Town of Warren in St. Croix County Wisconsin, and flows generally southwest through River Falls, until it empties into the St. Croix River, north of Prescott in Pierce County.
Want some tips on how to use the Kinni recreation map? Johnathan would love to show you! Click the video below to view a short how to and get the most out of the interactive map.