The 33-Foot Frozen Waterfall At Ramsey Park Is One Of Minnesota’s Hidden Winter Attractions

For people who haven’t spent much time in Minnesota, the winter may seem like a total drag. With snow, ice, and cold dominating the landscape, it probably doesn’t look like there’s any reason to go outside. But anyone who’s spent a winter in Minnesota knows that there’s plenty to do if you’re willing to seek it out. The North Shore is a go-to for anyone seeking natural beauty in the frozen landscape. But there are plenty of other places to find gorgeous scenery as well. Come winter, southern Minnesota is home to a 33-foot frozen waterfall that might just be the state’s best hidden winter attraction. Read on below to learn about this spectacular spot:

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Have you ever visited Ramsey Falls in the winter? Let us know what you thought in the comments! And for even more winter beauty in Minnesota, check out our past article about 10 frozen waterfalls in Minnesota.

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