|Welcome to Little Falls ..."Where the Mississippi Pauses"...
Thank you for visiting the City of Little Falls official government website. This site is designed to provide residents and businesses with general information on City government, the City Code, services we provide, meeting schedules, personnel, and the City’s statistical profile. It also includes answers to commonly asked questions about application procedures. For tourism information, click on the Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau website. We invite you to visit our website for the latest information on City services. As always, your comments and suggestions for items to be added to the website are welcome. Click the Citizens Comments and Suggestions link or call (320) 616-5500 for input.
Little Falls is located in Morrison County in Central Minnesota and on the banks of the Mississippi River. A community of approximately 8,500 residents; Little Falls has small-town charm with numerous opportunities to visit, shop and dine. Many of our attractions are within walking or biking distance. Visit the Historic Downtown and stop in at the Great River Arts Center and view the many extraordinary talents of local artists. Walk the grounds of the Linden Hill Conference and Retreat Center, Lindbergh State Park and visit the childhood home of local hero Charles A. Lindbergh. Other sites of interest, rich with local history, are the Minnesota Fishing Museum, and the Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Museum. A short drive to the north takes you to Camp Ripley where you can spend time at the Minnesota Military Museum or the Camp Ripley Environmental Education Center. Just to the east of Camp Ripley you have the opportunity to honor veterans with a visit to the breathtaking Minnesota State Veterans Cemetery. Relax and play 18 holes of golf at the scenic Little Falls Country Club along the Mississippi River or take the family on a tour of the wildly populated Pine Grove Zoo.
Little Falls – Amazing Places to Go
Kind and Friendly People to See
Unending Things to Do
You’ll Come Back, Everybody Does.
Mayor of Little Falls