Troy Beach on the St. Croix

Troy Beach Sign

Troy Beach is a five-acre day-use park on the St. Croix River, a national scenic riverway. Troy Beach was originally a town park and was donated to the County in approximately 1967. The beach is a popular destination for those looking to beat the summer heat under the shade of large cottonwood trees.


  • Swimming Beach
  • Picnic Tables (on the beach)
  • BBQ Grills
  • Pit Toilets

The park is staffed, but no lifeguards are on duty. Open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Parking is available. No pets allowed.

Park Passes

Annual park passes (valid January - December) are available for purchase at the following locations:

  • Online
  • Community Development Department - St. Croix County Government Center (Hudson)
  • Community Development Department - St. Croix County Ag Center (Baldwin)
  • Glen Hills Park & Homestead Parklands entrance buildings
  • Self-registration boxes located throughout the parks

*daily park passes ($10) may be purchased at the park

Troy Beach PhotoHours

Open Memorial Day - Labor Day (river level and weather permitting)

Mon-Fri 11am - 7pm

Weekends & Holidays 11am - 8:30pm