For intermediate skilled paddlers:
Begin your adventure in Nelsonville. Stop to view the historic Rising Star Mill, one of four historical museums maintained by the Portage County Historical Society. The mill is open for special events throughout the year. This segment meanders through woods and fields. Four miles downstream in the Village of Amherst, be sure to follow portage signs to avoid dam. Once you reach Amherst, stop for a stroll and lunch in the downtown district, complete with shops, restaurants and an art gallery. Continue on the Tomorrow River, suggested take-outs are at Highway T or Highway DD. Please note: during high water, submerged logs and swirling water can cause problems. During low water, rocks and shallows will be present.
Tomorrow River is a stream located just 9.1 miles from Iola, in the state of Wisconsin, United States, near Amherst, WI. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including yellow perch, northern pike and sunfish here.
River Map and Paddling Routes