“Experience the wild waters and natural quiet and beauty of the Mississippi River’s tributaries and old-growth floodplain forests via kayak while learning about the river’s ecosystem. Paddle with professional kayak guides and experienced naturalists. Offering daily guided tours and kayak lessons. All are welcome; no experience needed. (Did we mention eagles?!)”
Vacation in our rustic lakeside fishing cabins or delightful log cabins and cottages or large group cabins. Bed linens are furnished, but please bring your own bath soap and towels, kitchen soap and towels, toilet paper, garbage bags and cleaning supplies. We ask you to recycle your glass, plastic, paper and aluminum. Small pets are allowed in some cabins, a $10 per day per pet extra charge applies. Seven night stay in cabins or campground earns a 10% discount. All cabin rates are based on two night minimum; mid-week one-night stay is an additional $10 when available. A three-night minimum applies for holiday weekends. Limited camping is available, please call ahead.
Boat launch, gas, and fish cleaning facilities are here for you fisherfolks. Overnight harbor fee for guest’s fishing boat is $10 per night, ramp fee is $8 per launch.
Fish Cleaning and Bait
Minnows, night crawlers to help you catch your limit of walleye, sauger, northern, striped bass and panfish. Come and take part in the good life!
General Admission: $6.00 for adults, $4.00 for students (grade school through college). Free for small children accompanied by supervising adults and free for military personnel on active duty.
Family Membership: $25.00. Unlimited general admission for a couple, their minor children or grandchildren, two free guest passes and 50% off admission to special events and programs
Individual Membership: $15.00. Unlimited general admission and 50% off admission to special events and programs.
Group Tours: Special rates and admission hours are available for all per-arranged group tours.
Mention our log cabin photo and save BIG this winter!
A fantastic view of the Mississippi River Backwaters. Modern cabins that accommodate 2-18 people – fireplace, AC, kitchens. 10 boats and motors. Three 70′ docks with E/C. Local hunting guide service available. Just a scenic drive away from the National Eagle Center, Coffee Mill Ski & Snowboard Resort & The Bluffs at Coffee Mill!
- 300 Feet of Private Shoreline
- River Access & Huge Sandbars
- Enjoy Your Own Sandbar- Picnic or Swim
- Experience Backwater paradise by Boat!
- Fish nearby Alma Lock & Dam #4, Wabasha & Lake Pepin
- Backwaters filled with wildlife
- Live Eagle Sightings
Coffee Mill offers the best of coulee skiing with a unique bowl arrangement for convenient lift accessibility and protection from cold winter winds.
Extra long slopes combined with no lift lines provide a great skiing and snowboarding experience second to none.
-Al Lindner, Lindner’s Angling Edge
Cliff Haugland has been catching big walleyes and bass on the Mississippi River and across the upper midwest for a long time. Cliff ran a guide service called “Fisher of Men” for 11 years in the 1980s, which was highlighted on many TV shows, including the In-Fishermen with Al Lindner, Tony Dean, Bob Jensen’s Fishing Iowa and Chicago’s Midwest Outdoors.
Cliff and his sons also fished the MWC Tournaments and qualified for the national championship in 2006-2007. Cliff is now semi-retired after running a successful construction business for 23 years and has decided to share his extensive fishing knowledge with others to help them enjoy the great outdoors.
Captain Cliff runs the boat. You catch the fish!
P.S. – Ask about Cliff’s “Monster Walleye Trips” to the Rainy River in Late March/Early April! 6-12 pound walleyes all day!
Limited Space Available – Call for Details
This landmark interpretive center is located on the banks of the Mississippi River where you can catch a glimpse of a wild eagle from our observation deck.
Five rescued eagles are here to offer an up close and personal experience, including the chance to have your picture with an eagle.
Engaging, entertaining eagle education programs offered daily at 11am, 1pm, 3pm.
Learn about eagle biology and ecology through interactive exhibits for kids of all ages and experience how the eagle is featured in US military and Native American cultures.
- Swimming pool
- Game room
- Softball field
- Frisbee courts
- Horse-shoe pits
- Volleyball court
- Basketball court
- Gigantic children’s play area
- Self-guided fitness course
- Most shaded campsites
- Weather shelter
- Bathrooms, metered showers
- Group activity opportunities
- Youth and teen camps
- Sunday Worship
- Weekend wagon rides
- Groceries, pizza, coffee, soft drinks, ice cream
- Dump station
- Miniature golf**Cost
Bicycles have a lot to offer … transportation, fitness, fun … but a properly fit, well functioning bike will maximize all of these (especially the ‘fun’ part). Today’s bicycles offer so many options for fitting the bike to the rider and his or her purpose. Talk to us …. bring back the fun in your cycling!
106 2nd Street East
Wabasha, MN 55981
Minnesota’s largest concrete statuary producer. Watch as statues come to life from sand & rock to the finishing stages of painting and display. Check out our face book page or website for exact hours, new statues and unadvertised sales: http://www.facebook.com/svjcreativedesigns Garden paths. Endless selection of concrete statuary made right here in Kellogg, Minnesota. Not made in China!
We are open Monday – Friday, 9-5pm. We are now closed most weekends unless by appointment. We are open every third Saturday of the month. In the colder months, dress warm as it is outdoor shopping. Thanks and see you soon! On days that you see we are closed, please call ahead just in case we might be on the premises and if we are, we would be more than happy to assist you.
PLEASE CALL WITH ANY QUESTIONS! SOMETIMES WE MAY BE AROUND WORKING ON PROJECTS AT THE SHOP EVEN IF IT SAYS WE ARE CLOSED HERE. IN THOSE CASES, WE WILL HAVE THE DOORS OPEN AND WE WILL HELP YOU
The mission of the Wabasha County Historical Society at Reads Landing Museum is to collect, protect, preserve, and interpret materials relating to the natural and cultural history of Wabasha County and its people.
Open Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Mid-May to Mid-October
$5.00 – Non-WCHS Member Adult Admission
$3.00 – Non-WCHS Member Student Admission
FREE – WCHS Members
Contact: Sara George
You can find us on Main Street West & Allegheny Avenue next to Hill’s Hardware on Wednesdays from 3-7 pm and Saturdays from 9-noon mid-May through October. Product available will include a variety of fresh local fruits and vegetables, eggs, meats, baked goods, canned goods, flowers, locally produced craft items and more! Wabasha Farmers Market now accepts EBT/SNAP/DEBIT and CREDIT cards. Stop by our information booth for more details! New vendors are always welcome.