With more than 255 miles of water and relatively few visitors, the Saint Croix and Namekagon Rivers provide long stretches of solitude and adventure within their verdant, tree-lined banks. One of the most scenic paddling destinations in the Upper Midwest, the park’s waters are surprisingly clean and relatively easy to navigate, though there are sections with rapids that can be challenging, especially in high-water conditions. The rivers have numerous campsites along their routes, as well as excellent fishing opportunities, making this park an ideal place to bring a tent and a fishing pole for a relaxing multi-day getaway.
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Read more about Wild, Scenic, and Vulnerable: A Setback at St. Croix
Blog Post Wild, Scenic, and Vulnerable: A Setback at St. Croix NPCA and its supporters stay vigilant against threats to national park rivers after losing a battle over a development project in Minnesota.
Read more about Depiction of Stillwater Bridge
Report Depiction of Stillwater Bridge St. Croix river crossing bridge sections, including Stillwater
Read more about Bridge Over St. Croix National Scenic River
Letter Bridge Over St. Croix National Scenic River Opposition to H.R. 850, a bill that facilitates a mammoth and costly freeway-style bridge over and through the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway