The St. Croix and Namakogen Rivers collectively offer 255 miles of sparkling, clear water flowing from northern Wisconsin near Cable down the Wisconsin-Minnesota border south to Prescott. For those looking to explore the scenic rivers from the water, they are a paradise for canoeists, kayakers, boaters, sailors, and fishermen, offering excellent conditions and brilliant surroundings. If you would like to stay dry and explore the region from land, camping, hiking, and bicycling are a few great ways to enjoy your surroundings. Whatever your interests, the National Scenic Riverway offers fun for every member of your family, any time of year.
St. Croix Falls
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From rivers to forests and everything in between, Polk County has an abundance of natural wonders to explore on your next trip to northwest Wisconsin.