DescriptionInteresting history and recreational appeal come together in Little Falls, which is named for the rapids that supplied power to lumber, flour and paper mills. Scenic parkland stretches along both sides of the Mississippi River; outdoor recreational activities include canoeing, golf, cross-country skiing and year-round fishing.
Murals grace building facades downtown, and frescoes adorn walls inside Lindbergh Elementary School. A glass hall in the school allows visitors to view “The Stewardship”—which depicts the values of aviator Charles Lindbergh, who spent his boyhood here—from the outside.
Visitor InfoLittle Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau 606 S.E. 1st St. LITTLE FALLS, MN 56345. Phone:(320)616-4959 or (800)325-5916
Things to SeeCharles A. Lindbergh Historic Site