Share Your Thoughts on Proposed Design for Osceola Landing St. Croix National Scenic Riverway Seeks Input on Draft Option

St. Croix National Scenic Riverway is seeking public comments on the final draft design option for Osceola Landing. An interdisciplinary team has taken a comprehensive look at Osceola Landing for increasing visitor safety, improving operations for commercial use, and enhancing the overall visitor experience. The project seeks to address motorized and non-motorized boat use, parking and wayfinding, day uses (e.g. fishing, picnicking, walking, etc.), natural resource protection, and messaging and interpretation.

Public input is vital to the success of this planning and design process. "The National Park Service was very pleased to hear from members of the community last fall. We're looking forward to presenting the proposed option and continuing the conversation on how to best meet the goals of this project," said Julie Galonska, St. Croix National Scenic Riverway superintendent.

Comments will also be accepted through April 13 electronically at (preferred method), or by sending written comments to the following:

Mr. Mark Denker
St. Croix National Scenic Riverway
Osceola Landing Project
401 N. Hamilton Street
St. Croix Falls, WI 54024
For more information, please call 715-483-2274.

Osceola Landing is the busiest National Park Service landing on the St. Croix River. Well known as the take-out point for the popular day trip from Minnesota or Wisconsin Interstate Park through the Dalles, the landing also provides access for motorized boats and paddlers headed downstream. Additionally, the day use area is a place for picnicking, fishing, walking, and enjoying the beauty of the river.

For more any additional information, please call 715-483-2274.
Comment Period: Closed        Mar 13, 2020 - Apr 13, 2020
Document Content:
SACN 244692_Phased_ProposedOption.pdf   (538.0 KB, PDF file)
NEW_SACN 244692_Comment Card.pdf   (63.7 KB, PDF file)
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