Visit and See The Rock River Trail By Air
Pilots and paddling, helicopters and hiking, barrel rolls and biking…all aviation enthusiasts will want to take advantage of the Rock River Trail’s latest addition – an air route.
The Rock River Trail Air Route features ten great airports along the river as it flows 320 miles through Wisconsin and Illinois. Each of these airports represents a gateway to the communities that the river has spawned over the many years since man has occupied the area. From the early history of the Middle Mississippian outpost of Aztalan (between the Watertown and Fort Atkinson, WI airports), to the site of Wisconsin’s First Flight in 1909 (Beloit), to the control airport of the first transcontinental flight (Quad Cities, IL airport), your options and experiences can match every need.
Airport services include fuel, crew cars, on field or nearby restaurants, and locations that rent bicycles and canoes and kayaks. The Rock River Trail Air Route is one way to enjoy all 320 miles of the trail. Other trail options include: Paddling, Biking, Driving, Hiking and Horseback Riding.
The Rock River National Trail Air Route is a cooperative commitment of cities, towns, airports, FBO’s, Parks Directors, State Natural Resource Management, and the many small businesses devoted to your enjoyment of the river and surrounding area. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
Airports Along The Rock River Trail
Fort Atkinson, WI
Air Nav Link 61C – Fort Atkinson Municipal Airport
Jefferson County Resources