La Crosse WI is a Mississippi River cruise port and town in Wisconsin (USA) with total area approx 58 km2 (23 ml2) and population around 53,000.
The town forms the core of La Crosse-Onalaska (WI-MN Metro Area) with combined population around 140,000. Along the river, cargoes are shipped to and from this region to St Louis (Missouri) and St Paul (Minnesota) via towboats moving drybulk cargo barges loaded with grain, coal and other low-value goods.
Mississippi River Bridge (aka Cass St Bridge) and Cameron Street Bridge link downtown with La Crescent (Minnesota). Both bridges and the highway I90 Bridge (to the northwest) connect the states Minnesota and Wisconsin.
La Crosse has over 30 art organizations. Pump House Regional Arts Center hosts visual arts exhibits year-round, in addition to its own folk, blues and jazz performers. The town has many bars and nightclubs. Riverside Park is on downtown's riverfront (close to Blue Bridges) and across the river from Pettibone Park. Riverside Park hosts popular public events like Riverfest, Oktoberfest, Rotary Lights, 4th of July firework shows. The steamboats Julia Belle Swain, La Crosse Queen and American Queen make stops along the river. The park also has numerous walking and running trails.
Port La Crosse WI cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from La Crosse WI, Wisconsin. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.
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