Namekagon Visitor Center

The Center is a good place to get information on the wild and scenic Namekagon/St. Croix River system – 252 miles of river corridor to canoe or kayak. The river is perfect for the experienced paddler, passing wooded bluffs and small towns. Wildlife seen along the corridor includes Bald Eagles, Osprey, porcupine, wolves and many species of songbirds including warblers, thrushes, and vireos. The Center includes a logging and furtrading museum, restrooms and drinking fountains.

Namekagon Visitor Center map

Directions: The Center is located on Hwy 63 in Trego just north of the junction of Hwy 63 and Hwy 53.

Gazetteer: Page 84, A-2 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 32, B-1 (10th edition).

Phone: 715/635-8346 (National Park Service).

Web site: Namekagon Visitor Center

Hours: Open seasonally Memorial Day through Labor Day, Thur-Mon, 9am-4pm, (closed Tues & Wed).

Accessibility: Building is accessible.

Nearest food & lodging: Trego, 0.1 mile south.