This Park With A Little-Known Waterfall Is Often Called The Little Yellowstone Of Minnesota

You probably know that Minnesota has more than a few gorgeous waterfalls. Up north, there’s the famous Gooseberry Falls, as well as Devil’s Kettle, the High Falls of the Pigeon River, the High Falls of the Baptism River, and many others. And elsewhere in the state, the rushing waters of Minneopa Falls and Minnehaha Falls – to name only a few – also draw many visitors.

But our state has many lesser known waterfalls as well. One often overlooked waterfall happens to be in a large park that is often called Minnesota’s Little Yellowstone. If you’ve never heard of Alexander Ramsey Park, you might want to take note of the park and its beautiful, little-known waterfall. Check it out:

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For more information about Alexander Ramsey Park and its attractions, be sure to visit its page on the Redwood Area Community Center website or its Facebook page. And if you’re interested in other hidden waterfalls in Minnesota, check out our past articles about Winnewissa Falls or the beautiful prairie waterfall at Touch the Sky Prairie.

Address: Ramsey Park, 99 E Oak St, Redwood Falls, MN 56283, USA