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Book direct and save on St. Croix Falls cabins, cottages and lodges. St. Croix Falls is a river town located on the scenic northern border of Minnesota and Wisconsin, a region known for its towering bluffs and snaking rivers. Your stay in the St. Croix Falls gives you the best of both worlds: miles of forest and bluffs to hike as well plenty of local shops and eats to be explored in St. Croix Falls’ charming downtown.
This area has a plethora of state and national parks. The Interstate State Park is aptly named as it is conveniently located just off of Highway 35. There’s plenty of camping and hiking trails, including the National Ice Age Trail. Beautiful views, waterfalls, and winding rivers await for those who take to trails. The St. Croix National Scenic Waterway is the perfect way to admire the towering bluffs and lush forests as you float on a kayak or canoe down the St. Croix. Don’t have your own? There’s plenty of outfitters that can be found at any length of the river. Mountain bikers will find the Woolly Trail to be an enjoyable challenge.
If you have kids coming with you, check out the Fawn Doe Rosa Wildlife Park. They will get to see deer up close and even have the chance to feed them. There are other animals on the premises, such as donkeys and goats that can be petted and fed. Afterward, burn some energy at St. Croix Falls Mini Golf and Go-Karts, perfect for every age.
Once your energy reserves are depleted, you have a few options to refuel. Maybe just a donut from UNCLE donuts will do the trick, or grab coffee and breakfast at the Dalles Cafe. Try Our Place or Sir Smokes-A-Lot BBQ for a filling lunch. If you are looking for something for supper, The Vegetarian serves scrumptious Indian cuisine or head to Dalles House Restaurant for American classics. Need something to top it off? Vino’s should head over to Dragonfly Winery to sample their house wines, while beer lovers will find themselves called to Trap Rock Brewing Company. Not drinking? Grab ice cream from sweet treats! No matter your craving, you’ll find it.
Less than a mile and just across the river is Taylor Falls, where more hiking and exploring await you. Visiting St. Croix Falls not only puts you on the water and surrounded by trees and bluffs, you also get to experience the hospitality and lives of our Minnesotan neighbors. That’s pretty hard to beat.
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