Easy access for anglers and recreational boaters

“Whether you want to fish, cruise around for the day, or dock your boat for a week, Winona’s abundance of marinas and boat landings make it easy to enjoy the river and nearby lakes.”

Boats Landings and marinas

Levee Park

Docking convenience
An afternoon on the river isn’t complete with a visit to Levee Park. Row your boat ashore where temporary dockage is available for fishermen and recreational boaters.

Forest River Campground and Marina

Located just outside Winona, along the scenic river highway, the Forest River campground and marina provides RV and tent camping, boating, and plenty of space to roam.

Dick's Marine

Full-service marina steps from downtown
Whether you’re looking for a place to dock, some engine service, or the supplies you need to get you on the river, Dick’s Marine is a stone’s throw from downtown by car, and right in the middle of the river by boat for easy access to its Latsch Island location.

Minnesota City Boat Club

Pull your boat ashore
Summer is meant to be spent on the river, and the Minnesota City Boat Club wants to make that easy for you. Nestled in a small harbor just off the Winona Dike, the boat club offers live bait, gasoline, and sustenance to fisherman and boaters alike.

Pull in for a spell
The Winona Marina, located on the Mississippi River’s main channel just east of downtown Winona, is a full-service marina that can meet all your boating needs, whether you want to dock for the day or the season.

Be your own captain
You’ll enjoy the freedom of exploring the Mississippi River at your own pace: you’ll have everything you need, plus additional luxuries to make the trip even more enjoyable.

McNally Landing

Duck into the backwaters
Tucked against the Mississippi on Prairie Island Road, the Upper McNally Landing is a concrete-ramp boat landing that will launch you right into the beautiful backwaters of the Mississippi River.

Verchota Landing

An angler’s and bird watcher’s paradise
Tucked in the backwaters of Prairie Island Road, Verchota Landing is the doorway to 240,000 acres of lush Mississippi River floodplain.