We also own and operate Muddy Waters Eagle Tours on the Majestic Mississippi River located in Red Wing, Minnesota. Come along and join us as we float down the lazy river on the Wisconsin back channel then slowly motor our way back up the river into the steep banks of the beautiful Vermillion River, under the old railroad bridge. The sloughs and back waters in this stretch are more remote and secluded than anyone can imagine. Lake Pepin is another option. From bald eagles soaring over the skies to the beavers and muskrats swimming down the lazy river, the banks hold all kinds of wildlife, deer, turkeys, birds, etc. The scenery and wildlife are absolutely breathtaking! From the snow/frost covered trees along the riverbanks and bluffs in the winter, to the colored leaves dropping into the river in the fall, to the summer sail boats on Lake Pepin and those docked in the harbor. Then there’s the beautiful train that runs up and down the shorelines and banks of the Mississippi, along with the mirror painted boat house – reflections on the water at Bay Point Park and the big river boats docked at Ole Miss Marina -this historical destination in Red Wing, Minnesota has so much to offer. There are so many possibilities in this robust area, with so many Eagle’s nests and wildlife along the banks of the Mississippi that you just can’t see from shore. There is nothing like spending time on the water with family and friends. We will get you in very close proximity of the Eagles for your viewing pleasure or photography.
Let us paint the picture of the reflections you will see on the bald Eagle tour. Come and see for yourself all the beauty this tour has to offer! We will depart the docks out at Bay Point Park where we have binoculars for your use.
(2 hour) Bald Eagle Tours (Available May 1 - October 31)
$100 Deposit required upon booking
$150 for 1-2 people
$200 for 3 people
$250 for 4 people
There is an additional $50 charge if you would like to add another hour to your tour (3 hour tour instead of 2 hours).
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