Welcome to the City of Red Lake Falls official website.

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Red Lake Falls, a city for all seasons. Enjoy walking, rollerblading or bicycling on more than 3 miles of paved trails that meander through cliffs and bridges over  two rivers that run through the countryside of our great city.

If you like to golf, come and enjoy a round or two on our beautiful 9-hole golf course. Oak Knolls Golf course is a challenge you are sure to enjoy.

Cooling off in the water is always a favorite thing to do. Visit Voyager's View Tubing and Campground where you can enjoy a relaxing ride on the river as the current floats you down the stream. Family and friends can also cool off in the hot summer months at our public outdoor swimming pool.

Many of the spring and summer activities continue into the fall. Be sure to take in the sites along our scenic trails where you can witness the season changes and see evidence of wildlife.

The leaves fall, the snow appears, and the fun continues!  Read more.....


News Flash

2017 Red Lake Falls Swimming Pool Kick of Night!

Come out for the Red Lake Falls Pool Kick Off Night Wednesday, June 7th 5:00pm to 8:00pm at the Red Lake Falls Swimming Pool. 

There have been a number of updates made and even some new equipment purchased such as in-pool weighted stairs, splash and slam basketball hoop, tables, and chairs. There will be food served and free swimming during this event. You can purchase memberships and register your kids for swimming lessons.

Complete list of events and activities can be found here.

Summer Hours

Summer Hours are in effect for the City of Red Lake Falls.

May 15th - September 15th.

City Hall Office

Monday thru Thursday 7am to 5pm and Friday 7am to 11am.

City Crew

Monday thru Thursday: 7am to 4:30pm and Friday 7am to 11am.

City after-hours number: 218-688-3435

Summerfest 2017

Red Lake Falls Summerfest 2017 is  just around the corner. Check out the events planned so far.


Friendly Reminder

Just a reminder for Spring Clean-up

Grass clippings, leaves, tree branches, garden compost, etc. belongs at the City Compost Site, not in the household garbage.

Thank you.