Long Lake Canoe Trail - Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge

This is a 5 mile  looped trail ranked as easy. It can take 3-4 hours to complete. Located in the backwaters of the river with slower moving water than the main channel. Common sites along the trail include aquatic plants, beaver, muskrat and bald eagles.

This canoe trail is busy with beavers making dams and muskrats making huts. The human traffic is very minimal. Fall would be the most active for humans, especially during waterfowl hunting season.

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Latitude: 43.987293 Longitude: -91.416408 Elevation: 641 ft
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Recreational Opportunities

Boaters use this area to fish.  The Long Lake Landing accommodates both types of vessels.

Seasons Accessible

This area is used primarily in the spring, summer and fall for boating.  During winter the ice cover allows for ice fishing.

Pet Friendly Notes

At the landings dogs must be controlled at all times.  We suggest a 6 foot leash.  In the water dogs may swim.

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