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Ride on an Authentic Paddle Wheel Boat in Lake City Minnesota

by Larry Nielson
(Lake City, MN)

Pearl of the Lake

Pearl of the Lake

Pearl of the Lake is an authentic replica of the paddlewheel boats that plied the Mississippi River in the 1800's.

Narrated public excursions are offered every day, May thru October. Passengers revel in the natural beauty of Lake Pepin, the largest and most scenic lake on the entire Mississippi River.

Wildlife, eagles, barges, sailboats, and the only working light house on the River are just some of the things typically seen on the excursions.

The Pearl is also available for private charters, weddings, parties, reunions and corporate events. The easy accessabilty and un-forgettable scenery make the Pearl a favorite for tour bus groups.

Unique hotels in Lake City include the Willows on The River where every room overlooks Lake Pepin. The Sunset Motel has an outdoor heated pool, a game room and fish cleaning facility.Find the best hotel deals in and near Lake City, Minnesota




To learn more visit the website at www.pearlofthelake.com or call 651-345-5188

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