You'll want to bring your camera along to capture these incredible views for yourself. The mighty Rock has been carving these limestone bluffs since the beginning of time, just waiting for you to paddle by and enjoy.
This bluff is named Blackhawk's Pulpit and can be seen with all trip options.
This bluff is home to an active eagle's nest. There are several eagles that call this section of the river home.
From the top of this bluff the Native Americans and early traders and trappers could see for miles upstream and downstream. Take a break from paddling at the Castle Rock Lookout and take in this incredible view.
Just across the parking lot from the Lookout is the Overlook at Castle Rock. Although there are not as many steps and is not as high as the Lookout, it is a spectacular view of the Rock River.
Just downstream from the Lookout is the Castle Rock Campground that is accessible by canoe only. Camping along the way is a great way to make your journey an adventure to remember.
This spectacular view is a couple of paddle strokes downstream from the Castle Rock Lookout.
Another one of the limestone bluffs that you'll see on your journey.
Bring your camera and capture this view for yourself.