Flowage Level Drawdown North Of Taylors Falls/St. Croix Falls
Beginning October 2, Xcel Energy will be lowering the level of the flowage upstream from Taylors Falls/St. Croix Falls by up to 6 feet. This is to allow for repair to flashboards on the dam that were damaged by high water in September.
What is there to do here?
Stop by a Visitor Center to learn about some of the creatures that live in the park and find out about the junior ranger program.
The SOFA program is another way to get out and have some fun.
Ask a ranger. They will be sure to have ideas that will match your famiy and the time you have. We hope you will be able to spend some time with our rivers and have some fun.
Did You Know?
A new species of dragonfly, the St. Croix Snaketail, was discovered within St. Croix NSR in 1989. It has only been found to reproduce in one other river in Wisconsin. It prefers large streams with fast flow and clean water, abundant cobble and gravel with sand bottoms in forested watersheds. More...