The St. Croix is calling your name this Saturday, June 13, as a truly National Park experience awaits. Explore the river's fascinating features during the second annual St. Croix Sojourn.
Beach your canoe or kayak on a sandbar and learn about how fire and ice shaped the St. Croix River's rocks. Float a bit farther and hear from an expert about the river's world-class mussel population.
A six-mile stretch of the river between the Interstate State Parks and the Osceola Landing will feature numerous activities and programs. Paddlers can go at their own pace and stop along the way to learn about the river.
At the take-out point, Osceola Landing, numerous more activities will be available, including a voyageur reenactor. These events will also help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Minnesota Water Trails program, of which the St. Croix was an inaugural member.
St. Croix Sojourn
Saturday, July 13th
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Paddlers should start at the Interstate State Parks between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The activities along the river will be available for different time windows during, finishing at 3:15 p.m. The Osceola Landing activities will go until 4:30 p.m.