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The 193-acre park features a 53-foot waterfall, limestone bluffs and river overlooks. The park contains oak, elm, silver maple, basswood, hackberry and cottonwood trees, as well as native and prairie woodland wild flowers.
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Longfellow House Hospitality Center is here, with info on the Grand Rounds and more. There’s a stone staircase to below the falls for a view looking up, and a stone wall on street level for a view from the side. Follow the trail further to a small sandy beach. The picnic grounds above are great, but…
Great place for any travelers who enjoy outdoor experiences. Depending on the season you can algo grab a bite at the sea salt restaurant.
On a beautiful day in Minneapolis, head here for a peaceful walk to see the 53-foot high falls. Then, grab a bite at Sea Salt Eatery for some delicious & fresh seafood. In the winter, head over to Minnehaha Falls to experience the ice cave that forms behind the falls.
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