• Canoeists paddle by tree lined shores

    Saint Croix

    National Scenic Riverway WI,MN

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  • High Water Levels On The St. Croix And Namekagon Rivers

    The St. Croix and Namekagon Rivers are running high, fast and cold due to snowmelt and recent rain. Ice flows and other floating debris may be present making conditions additionally hazardous. Osceola Landing has been closed. Other landings may be flooded More »

Brochures

Welcome to our Brochure Rack! Below you will find most of the brochures we have in a pdf format.

You will need Acrobat Reader to download these pdfs. Acrobat is free, and you can download it here.

Section Maps: These maps will help you locate landings and campsites. The first version is in Black and white and may be easier to print. "Color" is the same map in color, which may be easier to read for some.

Map 1 Namekagon Dam to Hayward "Color"
Map 2 Hayward to Trego "Color"
Map 3 Trego to Riverside "Color"
Map 4 Gordon Dam to Riverside "Color"
Map 5 Riverside to Sand Creek "Color"
Map 6 Sand Creek to Highway 70 "Color"
Map 7 Highway 70 to Highway 8 "Color"
Map 8 Highway 8 to Osceola "Color"
Map 9 Osceola to the High Bridge "Color"
Map 10 High Bridge to Boomsite (boaters) "Color"

VISITING THE RIVERWAY

Angler's Guide Canoe Safety Hiking
Angler's Guide (Hmong) Camping Bulletin Sandrock Cliff Trail
Birder's Guide: Hwy 8 to Prescott, WI Indian Head Flowage: Nevers Dam to St. Croix Falls Zebra Mussels
Namekagon Paddling Guide Upper St. Croix Paddling Guide Lower St. Croix Paddling Guide

 

WILDLIFE

Birders Guide Mussels Animals Turtles
Birders Checklist Butterflies Dragonflies

ADMINISTRATION
Final Cooperative Management Plan Environmental Impact Statement Lower St. Croix National Scenic Riverway
Employment Opportunities Brochure

Did You Know?

A very narrow insect with skinny legs and a tail

Water scorpions use their tails or siphons as a a "snorkel" thrusting it up through the surface film on the water to the air above. Their legs are not much use in swimming, so most water scorpions spend life near the shoreline.