Little Falls is in Morrison County, Minnesota, United States, near the geographic center of the state. Established in 1848, Little Falls is one of the oldest cities in Minnesota and is the childhood home of Charles A. Lindbergh. The town was named after falls that were located on the Mississippi River, which travels through town. Little Falls provides many great opportunities to get outside, such as camping, riding, hiking, paddling, hunting, fishing, and viewing nature and wildlife.
Why Little Falls, MN?
Overflowing with history and tradition, Little Falls is a place where young and old alike immerse themselves in the many attractions and events that speak of life along the banks of the mighty Mississippi. Here, where memories have been made, we invite you to come and make your own.
Whatever you enjoy doing most, Little Falls is the place to be. Whether it's visiting our historic attractions and museums, experiencing the town's original murals and frescoes or taking in the great outdoors, we can help you plan the perfect getaway in Little Falls. You may just want to come and spend a lazy day or two along the Mississippi River enjoying our parks and strolling through historic downtown where you'll love browsing our friendly shops.
Ride it all or just enjoy a segment or two, the Mississippi River Trail provides opportunities tailored for bicyclists of all types and ages to follow America’s great river. If you visit modern Little Falls, the historical walking and driving tours and Hidden Historic Downtown
Basement Tours are fabulous ways to “step back in time.” Historic videos can be viewed at
www.littlefallsmn.com under the “videos and podcasts” section.