Camp Ripley Training Center, located near Little Falls, Minn., is a 53,000-acre regional training installation featuring numerous ranges and state-of-the-art facilities to support military and civilian agency training requirements. In addition to providing premier training opportunities, CRTC remains committed to stewardship of the land through environmental initiatives, partnership with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and working toward becoming a Net Zero installation.
Our small town boasts many amenities. The only town located next to the Soo Line Trail which welcomes bikers, walkers and rollerbladers in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter!
The City of Little Falls official government website is designed to provide residents and businesses with general information on City government, the City Code, services provided, meeting schedules, personnel, and the City’s statistical profile. It also includes answers to commonly asked questions about application procedures.
Pierz is in the heart of Central Minnesota and prides itself on its small town atmosphere. The area was originally settled in the 1860's by German Catholics and was incorporated as a town in 1892. Pierz is a progressive community committed to providing an environment conducive to success.
A stable and diverse economic base has supported Pierz throughout its history. Businesses ranging from hardware to boutiques occupy our mile long Main Street. With the help of our Small Cities Development Grant and the completion of the MN DOT HWY 25, Main Street has been revamped and is a sight to see!
Royalton is a vibrant community with a median age of 34 and a population of 1242. This in itself shows that Royalton has a phenomenal school district, thriving businesses and great neighborhoods. It is located on the Platte River along Highway 10 between St. Cloud and Little Falls.
Upsala, Minnesota: The City Where Life is Always Looking Up!
Northern Network Concepts (Fallsnet) is a locally owned Internet Service Provider and Information Technology Company located downtown Little Falls Minnesota. We have been in business for over 15 years.
The Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce, serving all of Morrison County, was formed in 1888. Our mission is to promote our members and the greater community through innovative partnerships and accountable leadership.
Overflowing with history and tradition, Little Falls is a place where young and old alike immerse themselves in the many attractions and events that speak of life along the banks of the mighty Mississippi. Here, where memories have been made, we invite you to come and make your own.
Little Falls Radio Corporation of AM960 KLTF, FM94.1 KFML, FM92.1 WYRQ- The only stations based in Little Falls serving Morrison County with local news, weather, sports play-by-play, popular talk programming and entertainment. Each Station programs are different formats to attract different audiences.
The Minnesota Fishing Museum (MFM) is a place where memories come alive and stories are told of days gone by. The collection of over 10,000 artifacts related to Minnesota fishing is beautifully displayed and lovingly maintained at 304 West Broadway in Little Falls, Minnesota.
Find information on state, local, tribal, and federal government information and services. Learn more about Minnesota Government and its elected officials.
Visit the Morrison County website for information about Morrison County, Minnesota, gateway to the northern Minnesota vacationland!
Covering community news, sports, current events and provides advertising and information for the Morrison County, Minnesota.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is the state’s principal economic development agency. DEED programs promote business recruitment, expansion, and retention; international trade; workforce development; and community development.
The US GenWeb project provides some of the tools you need to help you in your search for "Family History".
"May our branches grow"
Little Falls is no ordinary place, and the Little Falls Community Schools is no ordinary school district. We believe that the 2,800 school-aged children of our community are part of a unique educational environment. Our district is larger than about 75% of all Minnesota school districts, and we offer "big-district" programs, activities and opportunities for students. At the same time, though, our students attend school in a safe, caring, personalized "community" environment that reflects the strengths and values of the Little Falls-Randall area.
The mission of the Staples Motley Independent School District #2170 is to be committed to promoting positive self-esteem, academic and life preparation skills for all.
Community of Caring – Center of Success
Where Staff Care for All Students
Where Students Care for Each Other
Where Community Cares for its Schools
We are excited about the launch of our new school website. You will find the daily updated information on the home page and sub-sites helpful in staying more informed about our schools.
The Swanville School District #486 is located in Morrison County, with part of the district in Todd County, 15 miles west of Little Falls, 12 miles east of Long Prairie, and 10 miles north of Upsala, Minnesota. Districts adjacent to the Swanville District are Little Falls Community Schools to the east, Browerville Public Schools to the north, Long Prairie/Grey Eagle Public Schools to the west, and Upsala Area Schools to the south.
On the Upsala Area Schools website you will find the information on schools in district 487.
It's like a puzzle: You snap in one more piece and a picture starts to emerge. A picture of a recreational trail with national significance, winding through Minnesota farmland and state parks, around lakes and over rivers. Can you picture a scenic route connecting communities hundreds of miles apart and stretching from Fergus Falls to Cass Lake and St. Joseph to Bemidji? Yes, all you have to do is put in that one puzzle piece.
Downloadable PDF map of Snowmobile Trails in Morrison County, provided by the Minnesota DNR.
The Minnesota DNR website also offers Snowmobile Trail Maps in a variety of online and downloadable formats.