The Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau provides travel and tourism information. Brochures and maps available. Established in 1848 on the banks of the Mississippi River, Little Falls is one of the oldest cities in Minnesota and home to the largest natural waterfalls north of Minneapolis. Known for its historic charm and natural beauty, Little Falls is located in central Minnesota at the junctions of Highways 10, 27, and 371. We are family friendly and easy to get to.
Family Activities: Activities for Kids, Events, Camp Ripley Environmental Education Center, Pine Grove Zoo, Disc Golf, Antiques, Shopping
Outdoor Recreation: Hike or Bike the Paul Bunyan & Soo Line Trails, Golf Courses, Great River Road, Crane Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Lindbergh State Park, Birding, Fishing & Canoeing, Camping
History, Arts and Culture: Charles Lindbergh Historic Site, Weyerhaeuser Museum, Minnesota Fishing Museum, Minnesota Military Museum, Little Falls Arts & Crafts Fair, Performing & Visual Arts, Historic Churches, Downtown National Historic District, Outdoor Murals
Seasonal: Beautiful Fall Colors, Bountiful Hunting, Over 400 Miles of Snowmobile Trails, Cross Country Skiing, Ice Fishing
Make Yourself at Home: Lodging, Restaurants, Resorts, Bed & Breakfast
Event Planning: Weddings, Meetings, Conventions, Family Reunions, Anniversary Celebrations