This scenic county park is just a few miles east of Wausau and offers hiking, fishing, camping and more.
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Wausau Whitewater Park is about one-third of a mile long and located in downtown Wausau. The lower portion of the course is designed to be beginner friendly as the bottom four features are a great place to learn skills in the forgiving holes and wave train. The course is utilized for both slalom and freestyle events. Both the slalom and the freestyle can be scaled to be challenging or a friendly citizen style event.
Learn more: Wausau Whitewater Park
Learn more: Video tour of the course
Boat launches in Marathon County
Kayaking and canoeing in Marathon County