If you are planning to spend time during these last summer weekends on Wisconsin’s northern-most state forest, be aware that the boat landing at the mouth of the Brule River is closed. High water levels and wave action of Lake Superior have eroded the road leading to the boat landing. This popular take-out point is still open for carry-in landings, but vehicles are not allowed to drive to the landing. The distance to carry a watercraft is about 100 yards.
Paddling the Bois Brule River has long been a popular activity on the Brule Rule State Forest and is not impacted by this closure.
Find more information about recreational opportunities on this and other northern state forests here.
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