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St. Croix River Resort #341



St. Croix River Resort is approximately 90 minutes northeast of the Twin Cities. The resort is a short distance away from the St. Croix Park which covers nearly 34,000 acres. The St. Croix River runs for 200 miles and 181 of those miles are designated Scenic River. The St. Croix River is just one of 8 original rivers in the United States that was designated by congress in 1968 as a National Wild and Scenic River. It is widely recognized as one of the finest canoeing rivers in the United States. The river is also home to 19 species of fish including Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Sauger, Muskellunge, Northern Pike and Lake Sturgeon that can grow to over 50 pounds. ATV and snowmobile trails provide endless hours of enjoyment to visitors and the trail head is just minutes away from the entrance to St. Croix River Resort. The area also provides great hunting opportunities for our members. Whether it is adventure you seek or just spending a lazy afternoon canoeing or tubing down the beautiful St. Croix River we know you are going to enjoy your newest resort. It is truly a location that will provide our members with a place to escape from their hectic lifestyles.


Indoor pool, access to tubing on the St. Croix River, planned activities.


Fish, tube, or canoe along the St. Croix River. Visit the MN's largest state park, St. Croix State Park,. Visit Hinckley, home to Minnesota famous halfway stop, Tobies Restaurant and Bakery. Adults do not miss the Grand Casino Hinckley-your-one-stop destination for endless entertainment and concerns in Hinckley. For historical family fun plan to visit Forts Folle Avoine Historical Park, you can tour fur trading posts of the past and visit an authentic Woodland Indian Village. Uncover historical treasures in the 10,000 sq ft of the Antiques America Mall in Hinckley, MN. Take in a movie at the Grand Cinema. Walk, bike, or ride the Willard Munger State Trail. Love golf? Play a round at the beautiful Grand National Golf Club. Make a stop in the Hinckley Fire Museum and learn how small sparks led to one of the biggest natural disasters in history.


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