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Bruce Carlson DDS, Grand View Motel & Resorts, Flyway Fowling Services, Kerndt Brothers Savings Bank, Bartels Hardware & Service, Big River Companies Inc. Clements Fishing Barge, Captain Hooks Bait & Tackle, Eagles Nest Gallery & Frame Shop, Ion Exchange Inc.Mississippi Explorer Cruises

New Albin Savings Bank. Storm Clouds Photography, Village Farm & Home, Wooden Nickle Saloon, River Cabins, City Meat Market, Milty’s Restaurant & Lodging, Red Barn Resort & Campground, Red Geranium Floral & Gifts, Safe House Saloon, Stirn’s Marine / S&S Houseboat Rental, Studio K, Swing Inn Restaurant & Bar, Upper Iowa Resort, Alley Kat Food and Booze, Empty Nest Winery, Expresso Convenience Store & Deli, Ferryville Cheese & More, Grand Central Station, Great River Road House, Horsfalls Lansing Variety Store, Lansing Auto Parts, Lansing General Store, Lansing Liquor & More, Other Place

Simply Salon. Steve’s Hair Salon, Deb Welsh

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Canoe Trails of Pool 9

Paddling the Pool 9 canoe trails
Ready for a paddling adventure on the upper Mississippi River? With its maze of islands, channels and backwaters, Pool 9 offers canoe trails for paddlers at moderate skill levels. Paddling the canoe trails is a great way to connect with nature and with friends. Just be sure to use a water trail map to assist you in navigating.

Reno Bottoms canoe trails
The trail is located off Highway 26 east of Reno, Minnesota. There are three launch points along the trail.

  • Millstone Landing to Visger’s Landing: 3 miles (1-2 hours)

  • Visger’s Landing to New Albin Landing: 4 miles (1-2 hours)

  • Spillway to Millstone Landing: 7 miles (2-4 hours)

  • Reno Bottoms to New Albin Landing: 14 miles (4-8 hours)

Blue Heron canoe trails
The trail head is located on Army Road east of New Albin, Iowa. There are two launch points along the trail.

  • New Albin Boat Landing to Blackhawk Park: 3-mile trail (1-2 hours)

  • Blackhawk Park to Big Slough Landing: 7-mile trail (3-5 hours)

  • New Albin Boat Landing to Big Slough Landing: 10-mile trail (5-7 hours)