Saint Croix National Scenic River
The City of Saint Croix Falls is the gateway to the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway. This National Park site consists of both the Saint Croix and the Namekagon Rivers for a combined distance of 252 miles. For much of its distance the Saint Croix River forms the state line between Wisconsin and Minnesota.
This unusually clean and beatuful riverway is a popular venue for boating, fishing and camping along the banks. Visitors will enjoy scenic views of lush green forest, wooded bluffs and northwoods wildlife habitat as well as historic towns. Easy, Class I, rapids encourage both beginning and novice canoeists to get out and explore. Most campsites along the river can be reached only by water.
At the Visitor Center in Saint Croix Falls there are exhibits, an information desk, handouts and maps to help you get the most out of your visit.
Saint Croix National Scenic Riverway Visitor Center
401 North Hamilton Street
Saint Croix Falls, Wisconsin 54024