Park / Cansayapi
Explore, camp & play in the largest municipal park
in the State of Minnesota.
Ramsey Park / Cansayapi is Free to Visit
Ramsey Park/Cansayapi (meaning where they paint the trees red) is one of southern Minnesota’s finest assets. It is home to many memories for the residents of Redwood Falls & is also a popular destination for many visitors. The park is free to visit and offers experiences for all ages to enjoy during every season. Termed as the "Little Yellowstone of Minnesota", the park is now the largest municipal park in the state.
The 256 acres of natural beauty, miles of hiking trails, zoo, Ramsey Falls, Redwood River, picnic areas, scenic overlooks, accessible & inclusive playground equipment, historic landmarks, DNR trout stream, and campground are only part of what makes this park an attractive destination spot for so many people.
Plan a Visit to Ramsey Park
Drive Through or Stay-for-the-Day Adventures
Ramsey Park is right in Redwood Falls, MN & it can be driven through if you only have time for a brief visit or the vast features can easily entertain you much longer if you’d like to spend a few days in the area. The Minnesota seasons and ample wildlife.
Stay and Play at Ramsey Park Campground
Ramsey Park’s campground is the perfect place to plan your next getaway. The campground is located adjacent to the Redwood Falls Golf Club and along the Redwood River. Our camping season runs from May to mid-October.
- 31 Campsites with 30 & 50 amp electrical hook-ups
- Tent sites available
- Picnic Table and Fire Pit at each site
- Updated bathhouse facility including showers
- City water and a disposal station are available
- Many park amenities nearby
Enjoy Group Activities
The park has an abundance of spots to use for group gatherings but also many trails & river views that can let you relax while you escape into the tranquility of nature. The beautiful landscapes set the stage perfectly for all types of activities.