Up North in the Great Outdoors


Spring is coming and the snow is melting among the pine trees and pristine rivers of Little Falls, Minnesota.

  ~Little Falls, Minnesota~

~Hitting the Trails~

Well mapped and easy to access, Little Falls has many biking and hiking routes to choose from.  Whether you are a road biker or you prefer to hit the trails, you will find miles upon miles of rides.  The trails and bike routes are a great way to get the family outdoors and away from the crowds.

~Park It~

If you’re looking for trails, fishing, boat ramps, and places to picnic; Little Falls has some great options.  The Charles A. Lindbergh State Park and Belle Prairie Park have the nature trails and park amenities you’re looking for.  Mill Park is another great place to check out. An old mill was destroyed in a fire and the area made into a regional park.  You can safely wander around the remaining facets of the mill, definitely a unique place!

~Public Art~

You will find a few public art murals and even some frescos in Little Falls.  But public art isn’t limited to wall painting, the local artists had some fun with infusing art into the community.  Stop by the visitor center and pick up a Public Artbook. It will give you the locations of the Garbage Can Art (yes they totally did that) along with a few more public art projects.


Get your 2020 Little Falls Visitor Guide for more great ideas for an outdoor adventure, including bike rentals and kayak outfitter.  

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Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau

606 1st Street SE
Little Falls, MN 56345