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U.S. River Cruise Guide

Columbia River Cruise Tips

Columbia River
Columbia river cruises aren’t as popular as Mississippi River cruises, but it has a big advantage.

Mississippi River Cruise Tips

Paddle wheel
A 2,000-mile Mississippi river cruise offer a much different experience than ocean cruises.

When to Cruise the Mississippi

River cruise
The best time to cruise the Mississippi depends on passengers who want warm temperatures.

Columbia River Cruise Ports

Columbia River A typical eight-day cruise on the Columbia and Snake rivers goes from Hayden Island, Oregon, to Clarkston, Washington.

Mississippi River Excursions

Gateway Arch Mississippi river cruises often have walking tours that are built into the cruise price.

Clarkston River Cruise Port

Hell's Canyon The small city of Clarkston, Washington, is a major port of call for Columbia and Snake river cruises.

Portland Oregon Cruise Port

Lan Su Chinese Garden Portland, Oregon, is a major starting point for cruises up the Columbia and Snake rivers.

U.S. River Port Weather

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Portland OR
Memphis TN
St. Louis MO
St. Paul MN
New Orleans LA

Memphis Riverboat Tips

Graceland sign A riverboat cruise stop in Memphis is a chance to explore famous periods in American history.

St. Louis River Cruise Port

Gateway Arch St. Louis is in an ideal location for many cruises on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers.

St. Paul Cruise Port Guide

St. Paul St. Paul, Minnesota, actually is a cruise port -- for Mississippi River cruises.

New Orleans Cruise Port Tips

New Orleans cruise port The New Orleans cruise port is a starting point for many cruises to the western Caribbean.