Created in 1895, the state park straddling the St. Croix was the first of its kind in the country.
Three outings offer opportunity to explore the St. Croix and Namekagon rivers and create art.
Reader reports strange artifact jutting out of the water, confounding a couple canoeists and the National Park Service.
Permit application acknowledges project’s potential to affect the St. Croix River.
Historic area will be changed from a wayside rest to a place primarily for picnicking and enjoying the river.
Learn the story of how ice shaped the valley from geologist Carrie Jennings.
An afternoon with Samuel Clemens as he recounts his life and times on the Mississippi River.
Exploring the river that has been drowned by a dam for the past century.
Travelers can take up to a 40-mile tour on wild and scenic roads with numerous stops for history, shopping, food, and more.
Paddling around Marine on St. Croix helps tell some obscure St. Croix River history.