• Canoeists paddle by tree lined shores

    Saint Croix

    National Scenic Riverway WI,MN

Field Trips

St. Croix does not have a schedule for field trips. If you are interested in a ranger meeting your class at the park or coming to your school, please contact the Visitor Center closest to you. Developed programs are geared to the 4th grade and focus on the Rivers Are Alive lesson plan or have a history focus.

St. Croix River Visitor Center,
St. Croix Falls, WI,
Dale Cox 715-483-2272 or 2274 e-mail

Namekagon Visitor Center
Spooner/Trego, WI
Branda Thwaits 715-635-8346 e-mail

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Did You Know?

An aerial photo of the river splitting and a tributaru joining from the north

In the Dakota language The St. Croix River is O-Ki-Zu-Wa-Kpa: To meet or to unite, as the waters of a river gather into a lake or two rivers meet or an area where we planted. Dakota and Ojibwe Indians still live near St. Croix NSR.