USA: Minnesota-“Minnehaha Falls Regional Park in Minneapolis”

Minnesota: Minnehaha Falls in Minneapolis, MN

Minnehaha Regional Park
“One of Minneapolis’ oldest and most popular parks features a majestic 53-foot waterfall, limestone bluffs, and river overlooks, attracting more than 850,000 visitors annually…”

Minnehaha Falls Regional Park
“..The New England poet, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, gave this Minneapolis waterfall national fame in the Song of Hiawatha, although he never saw the 53-foot falls he wrote of in 1853.

Longfellow Reads Longfellow: Song of Hiawatha – YouTube

The Longfellow House Hospitality Center, which sits on the northwest end of Minnehaha Regional Park introduces the Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway, a 50-mile outdoor recreation loop in the Minneapolis area.

Other attractions at Minnehaha include the John H. Stevens House, the Princess Depot, and the Minnehaha Falls Off-leash Dog Park…”

The Song of Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow … – YouTube
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Various Visitors’ Perspectives

Minnehaha Falls Hike, Minneapolis, MN

Visiting Minnehaha Park, Park in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Winter Visits

Behind Frozen Minnehaha Falls (Minneapolis, MN)

Drone View

Minnehaha Falls – June 2014 – DJI Phantom w/ Zenmuse Gimbal


*Warning: explicit lyrics, so feel free to turn off volume

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Mpls. Park Police investigate after teens detained
Minneapolis Park police say they were called to Minnehaha Falls on Tuesday after a 911 call about teens with weapons, including a possible gun. The caller also reported an assault

Good News Minnesota

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