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Charles A. Lindbergh State Park

1615 Lindbergh Drive South, Little Falls, Minnesota 56345 USA
(320) 616-2525
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  Average Rating:   (Based on 2 Reviews)  3.5out of 5

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Located on the Mississippi River, Charles A. Lindbergh State Park offers visitors a wooded campground, hiking and skiing trails, and a quaint picnic area. The picnic area includes a historic Work Projects Administration (WPA) picnic shelter and a stone water tower. Fish the waters of the Mississippi River, canoe Pike Creek, or walk the trails amid grand red and white pine, aspen, oak and prairie. Look for bald eagles year round. During your summer visit, stop in at the historic home of Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr., father of the famous aviator, Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. The home and adjacent muse ...

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Charles A. Lindbergh State Park has 2 campground areas.
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There are 2 reviews of Charles A. Lindbergh State Park.
4 Star Rating   August 9th, 2017   Beautiful park with interesting history
The grounds are nice and nicely laid out with room for larger RV`s. It was fun to walk around and see the historical parts of the park. Close to town if you want to venture there or need supplies. Nice trails that are rated easy for most of it but there are some steep spots. The Pike River side campsites are nice and quiet and you can hear the river from your site. The site we had ( 10E) was only sand pad area with no grass so if it was very rainy, you would have a mud site. They do need to add gravel to the pad and some grass would be nice.
Submitted by: parktravler

3 Star Rating   October 9th, 2009
This park is just outside of Little Falls. It's a cute little park and has some historic buildings to look at. There's no play equipment for kids except a metal slide. It has some nice trails complete with a bridge over a river/stream. The campground has some nice tree coverage and privacy.
Submitted by: Jeff Prom
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