Rolling, forested bluffs and numerous accesses and rest areas make this segment of the Mississippi River popular for day-long canoe trips. The river flows through riffles and across many sandbars, where you can relax and enjoy flat-water paddling. This section of the Mississippi is designated as a wild and scenic river. There are no major rapids. About rapids classes. Tell me more about this river's landscape, wildlife, and history.
Stearns, Benton, Wright, Sherburne, Hennepin, and Anoka Counties, central Minnesota
Contact DNR Parks and Trails Central Regional Office: (651) 259-5748.