We are excited to announce the Wheaton Boat Landing is back open for launching boats after a busy summer season of construction as part of our awarded Department of Natural Resources Recreational Boating Facilities (RBF) grant.
A quick little Wheaton history the boat landing broke ground way back in 1985 under the leadership of Arley Engel, Wheaton Park & Planning Commission President at the time, in partnership with the Department of Natural Resources. Fast forward almost 40 years it has now received a major upgrade that brings the boating facilities up to date with 2020 times in so many ways such as better launch access into the river, a new 42 feet L-shaped floating dock, ADA accessibility, and a wading area separated from the boating access area.
We know there is still some work to be done per our plans; however, we wanted to get the boat launch opened up so it can be used.
If you are wondering where is the Wheaton Boat Landing located it can be found at 3001 106th Street Chippewa Falls, WI
Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this project it is greatly appreciated!
Here are some before and after pictures.