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For centuries Lake Pepin was border between the Souix and Chippewa...Often a point of conflict between these neighboring tribes.
The Chippewa River named for the latter tribe, enters the Mississippi with great force, and over eons deposited sugar-sand into Father of Waters -- partly damming...More
Lake Pepin is truly amazing! A small unique town, with a huge lake blending with the Mississippi. ⛵, BOATS, lots of them. There are fishing boats, sailing vessels, on your own or take a tour! Watch America's symbol, the majestic Bald Eagle soars over the...More
Have stayed at Camp Lacupolis and at hotels in small towns along both the MN and WI sides of Lake Pepin. It is truly a beautiful area. There are many places to stop to eat, shop at flea market and antique stores, fish, boat, etc....More
We keep returning to the Lake Pepin Area. Gorgeous views and drive along the Great River Road. Many small towns, hotels, eateries along the way. Lots of fishing, hunting, hiking, shopping opportunities. Makes for a great family trip or romantic weekend.
Lake Pepin is that portion of the Upper Mississippi between Minnesota and Wisconsin that begins many miles south of Red Wing, MN and extends many miles south of Pepin, WI. At its widest, it is several miles across. It's lined with majestic bluffs, bald eagle...More
Whether you drive along the Minnesota or Wisconsin side of Lake Pepin you will not be disappointed. On both sides of the river there is a vast selection of hotels, B&B's, restaurants and shops to enjoy.
There are parks and beaches where you can sit...More
I love to sit and enjoy the view along Lake Pepin. There are seagulls,hawks and an occasional eagle. The sailboats docked in Lake City make a nice picture. There are pretty view from both the Minnesota and Wisconsin sides. For those of you that do...More