Jack’s River Maps

Click here for water level information

 

Namekagon Dam to Hayward Map

Namekagon Dam to Hayward (Color)

 

Hayward to Trego Map

Hayward to Trego Map (Color)

 

Trego to Riverside Map

Trego to Riverside Map (Color)

 

Riverside to Sand Creek Map

Riverside to Sand Creek Map (Color)

 

St. Croix National Park Full Size Color Map

 

Namekagon River Paddling Guide (w/mileage chart)

 

St. Croix River Paddling Guide (w/mileage chart)

 

NPS Canoe and Kayak Safety Brochure

 

 

 

 

Call or email us to plan your overnight camping/canoeing trip. Or write to us on the contact us page.

 

 

Riverway Camping:

National Park Service (NPS) shoreline campsites are primitive, and only accommodate tent camping. State and private campgrounds in the area offer vehicle camping and more facilities. Motels, cabins and resorts are also located in the vicinity of the Riverway. NPS campsites are mainly accessible by water; there are a few sites accessible by parking the vehicle and carrying equipment in. Upstream of the hydroelectric dam (St. Croix Falls/Taylors Falls), camping is permitted only in designated sites. A three night-per- site limit is enforced. A time limit of seven nights per site exists downstream of the hydroelectric dam, where there are camping zones.

 

More camping information is available on the Riverway website:
www.nps.gov/sacn or at any Riverway visitor center.