Chippewa River

From the Winter Dam to the mighty Mississippi, the Chippewa River public islands include small, convenient stopover spots on remote stretches, broad sandbars in the Lower Chippewa River State Natural Area, the historic Battle Island next to Tiffany Wildlife Area, and natural sanctuaries in the midst of urban landscapes.

Broad sandbars may make it necessary to portage your canoe in sections of the Chippewa.  Below are links to BLM-managed public islands on this river.  These are in JPG format, 8.5 x 11 inches and show topographic features with islands indicated by stars.  To download, click on the icon or the name of the map.



Chip01_WinterDam_BishopBridge1530 Kb02/22/2013
Chip02_Ojibwa1517 Kb02/22/2013
Chip03_ArpinDam_CntyD1551 Kb02/22/2013
Chip04_CntyD_CntyA1508 Kb02/22/2013
Chip05_CntyD_CntyA21436 Kb02/22/2013
Chip06_CntyA_Hwy8-11425 Kb02/22/2013
Chip07_CntyA_Hwy8-21571 Kb02/22/2013
Chip08_Hwy8_Flambeau11596 Kb02/22/2013
Chip09_Hwy8_Flambeau21712 Kb02/22/2013
Chip10_Holcombe1636 Kb02/22/2013
Chip11_Cornell1673 Kb02/22/2013
Chip12_JimFalls1479 Kb02/22/2013
Chip13_ChipFalls1582 Kb02/22/2013
Chip14_LkHallieEauClaire1701 Kb02/22/2013