Wabasha is a city in Wabasha County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 2,521 at the 2010 census. Located on the Mississippi River near its confluence with the Chippewa River, it is the county seat.
Restaurants in Wabasha
5 based on 223 reviews
The premier kayaking and outdoor education guiding service on the Upper Mississippi River. We are your connection to the wild waters and natural beauty of the Mississippi River's tributaries and backwater channels. Offering tours on the Mississippi River and Lake Pepin in the Wabasha area.
Highly recommend this tour! Beautiful scenery, calm waters, and Avery is a very knowledgeable, friendly guide. Avery made us feel comfortable and explained all the turns and procedures for crossing the channel. We ended the tour with a close up of a huge bald eagle,
5 stars for Broken Paddle!
4.5 based on 111 reviews
We stopped to look at the museum and toy memorabilia. Each display is wonderful to view and fondly remember personally having some of the same toys. Even without children or grandchildren it is a fun place. If you're looking for educational, nostalgic, or currently popular toys, this is the store for you. They also have a snack bar, wonderful, hand carved carousel and clean restrooms.
5 based on 128 reviews
This park, located 500 feet up on a bluff, offers scenic views.
If you're passing through Alma, take the time to drive to the top of the bluff. You'll be rewarded for an incredible view of the Mississippi River, the town of Alma, barges, the lock and dam, and the view across the valley into Minnesota and the bluffs on the opposite side. This city park has a bathroom and picnic tables, benches, and swings. It's well worth a visit any time of the day.
5 based on 622 reviews
The National Eagle Center is a landmark interpretive center on the banks of the Mississippi River in Wabasha, MN. Visitors can meet rescued bald and golden eagles up close and learn more about them in interactive exhibits and engaging daily programs. Live eagle progams offered at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
A beautiful facility and very educational. The eagle show in the classroom was fascinating and well done by the staff member.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Considered one of the best areas for coulee skiing, this area's unique bowl arrangement protects skiers from the harsh winter winds.
We had a group of 10 who have not been skiing since we were all in middle school (20+ yrs), so we all signed up for the 50 minute ski lesson or snow board lesson. Can I tell you our instructor was AWESOME! She taught us the important pizza and french fry moves! Well after the instruction time, we were all (well most of us..lol) were able to get off of the bunny hills and really enjoy the slopes. It also helped that we had fresh powder from the morning snow! I would definitely come back again! Oh and there is lots of food and a bar!
4 based on 14 reviews
Ideal location for spotting eagles in early spring.
This was our first trip to check out the eagles. I didn't know what to expect but was so happy we went. We sat at a couple of the pullouts on hwy 61 and watched eagles for hours. We counted at least 50 or more. Most were at a distance on the ice shelf in the river but we did see some fly directly over our car. Huge wing span for sure. We saw one right in Lake City by the park bring a fish close to us and he sat in the tree and ate it. Great weekend and it was warm too so that made it even better.
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