Slow No-Wake Boating Rule in Effect on St. Croix River | News
According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources a no-wake boating restriction is currently in effect on the St. Croix River.
Recent storms have caused the St. Croix River level to rise which could cause damage and erosion along the shoreline from boats.
Boaters on the St. Croix between Taylor Falls and Prescott must operate at slow no-wake speeds when the river reaches 683 feet above sea level in Stillwater.
The National Park Service and state officials from both Wisconsin and Minnesota will post signs regarding the slow no-wake requirement at all public accesses.
The slow no-wake rule will be in effect until the water level drops below the 683 foot level.
Click here to check out the latest water levels from the National Weather Service.
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