The rivers are running high and fast and the water is cold. Be prepared and cautious if venturing out on the rivers!
Beginning in 2013, water will no longer be available at McDowell Bridge Landing, Riverside Landing, and the Marshland District Office on Highway 70. Please plan accordingly and bring an adequate supply of water.
The St. Croix Visitor Center at St. Croix Falls and the Namekagon Visitor Center at Trego are both accessible with exhibits, restrooms and a movie. Written scripts are available for the movie.
Many picnic areas at landings have accessible picnic tables and vault toilets. Osceola Landing: across the river from Osceola, Wisconsin, has accessible picnic shelters, paths, drinking fountains, and toilets.
Canoeing and camping along the Riverway is possible for most individuals with disabilities if they have assistance.
For specific questions contact Riverway staff by e-mail or call 715-483-2274.
Did You Know?
St. Croix National Scenic Riverway is home to 40 species of native mussels. Throughout the United States their populations are considered highly threatened. The Higgins Eye Pearly mussel is on the endangered species list.