Where to go: Peak colors have finished, although there are still many trees in the park still dislaying their leaves. Oaks, maples and other native species are on their tail end of fall color.
What you'll see: Maples and oaks are now showing yellows and browns. Most vibrant color displays are finished for the season, save for a few spotty peak-color trees around the park. Leaves are piling up fast on the ground in the park.
Also of interest: A barred owl was seen flying through the campground on Friday, Oct. 3. Eagles have been spotted soaring over the Mississippi River. Deer were spotted in the picnic area the morning of Oct. 1st.Last updated: October 14, 2014
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1615 Lindbergh Drive South
The park entrance is located one mile southwest of Little Falls on Lindbergh Drive South.
Best time to contact the park:
Daily, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. If no one is available, please leave a message on the answering machine and we'll reply to you as soon as possible.