Fun Itineraries



We have pulled together a few ideas to fill your day with all things River Falls.


If you are visiting River Falls with your school aged children, come explore our community as a family.

Eagle Eye Farms
N7802 County Road F, River Falls

Located just a short drive from River Falls, Eagle Eye Farm is working alpaca farm that also has llama, sheep, pigs and cows. Have you ever wanted to meet an alpaca? Perhaps get a huge kiss from a huge llama? Have you ever wondered just how friendly pigs truly can be? Did you ever stop and think about what determines the color of the egg? Any interest in seeing one of the world’s cutest sheep (the Valais Blacknose Sheep) in person? Did you ever think you would be able to get up close and personal to a miniature Highland cow? ​ If you answered yes to any of the above, then you will definitely want to consider a trip to Eagle Eye Farm. The tours are both fun and educational for the whole family!

Hoffman Park & Tri-Angels Playground
547  Hanson Drive, River Falls

The Tri-Angels playground is not a typical park. The 12,000 square ft. inclusive play space is unique because the design surpasses ADA standards. The spongy surfacing, ramping to every platform, shading, high back swings, metal slides, and ample degree of sensory integrative equipment, remove barriers so children of ALL abilities can play together! Parents and grandparents can play alongside their children and grandchildren too! The word “inclusive” means all belong.

Additionally, parents and grandparents with disabilities and our Veterans wounded while
serving in the Armed Forces are able to play alongside their children and grandchildren.
The word “inclusive” means all to belong.

Glen Park, Swinging Bridge, Splash Pad, and Swimming Pool
630 Glen Park Road, River
Glen Park is one of the oldest parks in River Falls and received a major facelift in 2021 to include the building of a multi-use pavilion and a summertime splash pad to compliment the large outdoor pool. Glen Park is also home to the Swinging Bridge, the walking bridge spanning the South Fork of the Tyler River. Glen is also home to picnic areas, playground equipment and large open spaces to throw a frisbee!

Falls Theatre
101 S Main St, River Falls

Catch a movie at the Falls Theatre. River Falls is home to the this iconic, independent, local theatre. Built in 1927, this historic movie house has been owned and operated by the same family since 1972. They feature budget-friendly showings of first-run movies and of course, butter topped popcorn!

Kinnickinnic State Park
W11983 820th Ave, River Falls
Located at the confluence of the Kinnickinnic and St. Croix Rivers, Kinnickinnic State Park offers a wide variety of outdoor family activities including 9.2 miles of hiking, mountain biking, fishing, picnicking, and swimming.
Get Scoop of Ice cream 

Grab a scoop of traditional ice cream at Table on Main located in downtown River Falls. Enjoy a custard from Culver’s on the northside of River Falls or a soft server treat from Dairy Queen near the UW-River Falls Campus.

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