St Croix River- WI 35 to MN 70

Danbury, Wisconsin 54830

St Croix River- WI 35 to MN 70

St. Croix River- WI 35 to MN 70 Professional Review and Guide

"Flowing through some of the wildest country in central Minnesota, the middle reaches of the St. Croix make for excellent overnight camping. Class I and class II rapids quicken the pace.

With the addition of waters from the Namekagon River, the St. Croix is a large stream by the time it touches the Minnesota-Wisconsin border near Danbury, Wisconsin. Much of the land along the river is protected not only by the federal scenic river designation but also by numerous state parks, forests, and wildlife areas in both Minnesota and Wisconsin."

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Trail Information

Danbury
Nearby City
42
Distance
Moderate
Skill Level
2 days
Duration
Class I-II
Class
Beginners will want to be careful to avoid spills in the long stretch of Class I–II rapids near the confluence with the Kettle River.
Hazards/Cautions
Fishing, Camping
Additional Use
St. Croix National Scenic Riverway: (715) 483-2274 (visitor center); (715) 483-3284 (recorded message); nps.gov/sacn/index.htm
Local Contacts
St. Croix National Scenic Riverway: nps.gov/sacn/planyourvisit/upload/SACN-Park-Map-Final.pdf; DeLorme: Minnesota Atlas & Gazetteer: Pages 58 E1; 57 E9; 49
Local Maps

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Jul 2018