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Alexander Ramsey Park, Redwood Falls

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#81 of 355 in Parks in Minnesota
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At 219 acres in size, Alexander Ramsey Park is the largest municipal park in the State of Minnesota. Termed as the “Little Yellowstone of Minnesota”, the park is enhanced by 1930′s Civilian Conservation Corps shelters and bridges and picturesque Ramsey Falls. The park serves as a focal point for community events, festivals and summer activities and features campground facilities, shelter houses, four miles of paved hiking trails, a DNR trout stream, scenic overlooks, and a zoo.
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  • this place was once a minnesota state park and should become one again! the falls is the center point but it also has a small outdoor zoo. 
    this place was once a minnesota state park and should become one again! the falls is the center point but it also has a small outdoor zoo.  more »
  • Parked near zoo area and hiked paved paths to Ramsey Waterfalls. Paths are paved but some steep paths. Loved it. 
    Parked near zoo area and hiked paved paths to Ramsey Waterfalls. Paths are paved but some steep paths. Loved it.  more »
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  • Beautiful park! Camp ground has so much for kids to do with the playground, zoo, river with spots to fish, swim, or climb rocks! Restrooms were kept clean overall a great park to make memories
  • This park is beautiful! Sadly, the water was too low to really enjoy the falls, but it was still beautiful! The "zoo" was a great surprise for the kids. (Still have no clue how to feed the goats with the strange contraption) Just a side note, the park is free to drive and hike though, the only costs are if you decide to camp.

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