Established in 1848 on the banks of the mighty Mississippi River, Little Falls is one of the oldest cities in the State of Minnesota.
Located in Central Minnesota at the Junctions of Highways 10, 27, and 371, it was the little falls in the Mississippi that attracted the attention of entrepreneurs, as it had the traders and explorers.
Today, Little Falls is still attracting businesses and travelers with its many historical sites as well as scenic and recreational opportunities for nature and sport buffs.
From Charles A. Lindberghs boyhood home to the downtown National Historic District, to golfing, biking, camping, fishing, boating, hunting, snowmobiling and special events, Little Falls has something for anyone. Take time to view the outdoor murals, visit a museum and enjoy a cappuccino in a delightful cafe or a sidewalk bakery/deli. Find where the Mississippi pauses in Little Falls - for an hour, a day, a weekend, or a lifetime.
Little Falls Resident Guide (pdf)
Business & Community Services
City of Little Falls
Location & Population
Paul Larson Boat History
For a complete Little Falls community profile visit the MNPRO website designed by DEED.
Statewide Road Conditions
Department of Natural Resources
Local DNR Offices
Enforcement (320) 616-9614
Fisheries (320) 616-2450
Forestry (320) 616-2458
Parks & Recreation (320) 616-2525
Waters (320) 616-2450
Wildlife (320) 616-2450
Ambulance (320) 632-6643
Fire Department (320) 616-5591
St. Gabriel's Hospital (320) 632-5441
Police (320) 616-5570
Sheriff (320) 632-9233