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I come in minnehaha all the time to walk my dog and I love it! The path down to the river is very nice with generally less people and nice views. The falls are beautiful of course, but may be crowded during summer time
We enjoyed our time at the park. It was very family friendly. A lot of picnic space. The scenery in the park is well worth the walk and all the stairs. We rented a family pedal car. The terrains is definitely a guaranteed workout. It...More
This park is a gorgeous gem hidden in the middle of Minneapolis. The waterfall is the main attraction, but the open grassy area and winding trails make it something for everyone. Parking is easy, though you do have to pay, and on a nice day...More
Minneahaha creek is a wonderful nature retreat in the middle on the city. During the summmer I recommend taking a look at the bike trails and biking east to west following the creek until you find lake Harriet, then you can bike around the lakes,...More
Minnehaha Park is an excellent biking destination as well as a good walking, hiking, bicycling area. There are numerous pedal rentals and before you leave, grab some food at the Sea salt Eatery - it's the BEST!!
In the winter you will find the falls have turned to ice, yellow toned hues from the river and bluish ice from ground water that percolates out from both sides. It’s illegal and a tad dangerous to go down to the falls in winter, but...More
Visitors are not allowed to walk behind/directly under the falls, but you can descend a bunch of steps to get to a path to view the waterfall from below. The path continues along the water below the falls if you’d like a... More
Visitors are not allowed to walk behind/directly under the falls, but you can descend a bunch of steps to get to a path to view the waterfall from below. The path continues along the water below the falls if you’d like a longer hike.