The Rock River Trail was established in 2010 to promote recreational use of all 320 miles of the Rock River. Preservation, restoration and appreciation of the natural and historic attributes of the Rock River are the goal of this non-profit organization.
The Rock River Water Trail links 11 counties in Wisconsin and Illinois along the 320-mile river course, from the headwaters above the Horicon Marsh in Fond du Lac and Dodge Counties to the confluence with the Mississippi River at Rock Island, Illinois. The water trail is a delineated path on the river that
connects access sites, resting places and attractions for users of water craft.
The Rock River Trail Bike Route runs along over 300 miles of connected safe on-road segments and off-road trails along the beautiful Rock River in Wisconsin and Illinois.