Indian Slough Boat Landing - Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife & Fish Refuge - Winona District

This site is just one stopping point along the 261 mile long Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife & Fish Refuge established by Congress in 1924. The north end of the refuge begins at the confluence of the Mississippi and Chippewa rivers near Wabasha, Minnesota and ends near Rock Island, Illinois.

 

 

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Latitude: 44.388016 Longitude: -92.030526 Elevation: 670 ft
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Recreational Opportunities

Fishing, boating, wildlife observation and waterfowl hunting.  During the winter many anglers take to the ice and ice fish in this area. 

 

Seasons Accessible

Accessible all seasons.  

Accessibility Notes

The parking lot is both paved and gravel.  There are no docks at this location so fishing from the shore is the only option.  The shoreline can be muddy during the spring.

Pet Friendly Notes

A pet friendly area.  All pets must be on a leash 6' or less. 

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