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Hidden Falls Regional Park


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1313 Hidden Falls Dr.
St. Paul, MN 55116
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Hidden Falls Regional Park


(??.? miles from you)

1313 Hidden Falls Dr.
St. Paul, MN 55116
United States

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Why You Should Go...

Hidden Falls Regional Park features tall cottonwood trees in floodplain forests. The landscape ranges from a manicured park to wilder slopes and forest. It's a great place for birding, fishing, picnicking, wa

Hidden Falls itself is a small waterfall off the beaten path. It may be dry in periods where there's little precipitation.

There is a gravel beach area below Lock and Dam 1 that is a favorite for many gamefish such as walleye, sauger, northern pike, and muskie. The park has a public boat launch. Paddle Share kayak rentals are also available at this location.

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Why You Should Go...

Hidden Falls Regional Park features tall cottonwood trees in floodplain forests. The landscape ranges from a manicured park to wilder slopes and forest. It's a great place for birding, fishing, picnicking, walking, and bicycling. Picnic shelters and tables, grills, and fire rings are available to reserve for events.

Hidden Falls itself is a small waterfall off the beaten path. It may be dry in periods where there's little precipitation.

There is a gravel beach area below Lock and Dam 1 that is a favorite for many gamefish such as walleye, sauger, northern pike, and muskie. The park has a public boat launch. Paddle Share kayak rentals are also available at this location.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Free

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site

Extra Fun...

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The park has a Mississippi River Paddle Share station. Begin your paddle here and finish at Harriet Island Regional Park near downtown St. Paul.

Hike to the park’s small, scenic waterfall: Hidden Falls.

You can follow trails along the river from Hidden Falls Regional Park downstream to Crosby Farm Regional Park.

Fun Facts

In 1887, Hidden Falls Regional Park was one of the four original park areas selected for St. Paul by noted landscape architect, Horace Cleveland.

Visitors to Hidden Falls Regional Park can look across the river to see Minnehaha Regional Park and Coldwater Spring, part of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area.

Situated below Lock and Dam 1, the Ford Dam, the park provides river access to a popular fishing area.

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Why You Should Go...

Hidden Falls Regional Park features tall cottonwood trees in floodplain forests. The landscape ranges from a manicured park to wilder slopes and forest. It's a great place for birding, fishing, picnicking, walking, and bicycling. Picnic shelters and tables, grills, and fire rings are available to reserve for events.

Hidden Falls itself is a small waterfall off the beaten path. It may be dry in periods where there's little precipitation.

There is a gravel beach area below Lock and Dam 1 that is a favorite for many gamefish such as walleye, sauger, northern pike, and muskie. The park has a public boat launch. Paddle Share kayak rentals are also available at this location.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Free

Access: Wheelchair, Public Transportation, Service Animals, Pets, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site

EXTRA FUN

Insider Info

The park has a Mississippi River Paddle Share station. Begin your paddle here and finish at Harriet Island Regional Park near downtown St. Paul.

Hike to the park’s small, scenic waterfall: Hidden Falls.

You can follow trails along the river from Hidden Falls Regional Park downstream to Crosby Farm Regional Park.

Fun Facts

In 1887, Hidden Falls Regional Park was one of the four original park areas selected for St. Paul by noted landscape architect, Horace Cleveland.

Visitors to Hidden Falls Regional Park can look across the river to see Minnehaha Regional Park and Coldwater Spring, part of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area.

Situated below Lock and Dam 1, the Ford Dam, the park provides river access to a popular fishing area.

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