The Lincoln Lakes Area is a four season playground that doesn’t “roll up the streets” when summer ends. Fall brings beautiful changing leaves, exceptional hunting, and more fantastic fishing.
The nearby town of Little Falls is buzzing with things to do the first weekend after Labor Day. Little Falls Arts and Craft Fair is a huge event beginning early Saturday morning going through Sunday afternoon with approximately 650 vendors, Antiques and Collectibles Fair with approximately 60 vendors, and Swap Meet and Auto Show held on Sunday showcasing 500 vintage automobiles draws 100,000 shoppers searching for their favorite items.
The area offers exceptional hunting. Connect more deeply with nature by spending the day in a quiet forest or near tranquil waters hunting for waterfowl, small game, bear, turkey, or deer. Visit the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources website for hunting, trail, state forest, wildlife management area, and local public hunting land information at www.dnr.state.mn.us/hunting/tips/locations.html
Spectacular colors erupt across the hills and forests of the Lincoln Lakes area in September and October. We’re a short drive from over 30,000 acres of State Forest and Wildlife Management Areas offering a wealth of natural resources and wildlife. Enjoy a walk through the trails and take in the red, yellow, orange, green, burgundy, and brown colors that paint the trees in blazing hues.
Let the cool, crisp evening air draw you to a warm bonfire where you can roast marshmallows to perfection, share stories of the day among friends, and unwind.