View what others are saying about the Kinnickinnic River and the Kinni Creek Lodge as a “Guestination” to treasure.
Join Paige Olson and friends on a video kayaking adventure of the Kinnickinnic River in western Wisconsin, as they paddle downstream exploring the wonders of this great resource. Video stories and articles as told by television and outdoor personalities.
National Geographic film shoot for new pilot program, November of 2016...
National Geographic film shoot, short version clip...
Laura travels to River Falls for a "ladies only" day of fly fishing with KinniCreek Lodge & Outfitters and the "Broadcaster's" ladies' fly fishing club.
Twin Cities Live. "Em’s Adventures: Kayaking" with Emily Enberg
Emily travels about thirty minutes outside the cities to River Falls, Wisconsin to try-out kayaking for the first time.
Paige Olson, the soul proprieter of the Kinni Creek Lodge and Outfitters( right along the Kinnickinnic River) began her business 15 years ago so that she could share her love of kayaking. Emily has some concerns about kayaking but chatted with some other ladies that gave kayaking a try for the first time themselves.
The kayaking season runs through October and there are several different routes and time frames to choose from. Click here for more information. If you want to check it out, click here and get a $90 gift certificate – good for a 3 hour rental for two - for only $45.
Northland Adventures "Kinni Dipping" with Dave Carlson
Follow along with Dave, Paige and guide Mike Thomas as they fly fish the Kinnickinnic, one of the Midwest's best trout streams.
Minnesota Bound "Floating the Kinni" with Bill Sherck
Travel downstream the Kinnickinnic River with Bill and Paige as they kayak and fly fish the lower Kinnickinnic River. Accompanied by fly fishing guide John Mowery, they explore what the Kinni has to offer.