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Outdoor Recreation

The hot summer has given way to the crisp autumn air and beautiful trees of autumn. Enjoy biking, walking, boating, fishing, golfing or geocaching. The beauty of our distinct seasons means there is no good excuse for staying indoors when you could be outside.

 

Biking and Walking Trails

Exercise and beautiful scenery are motivators enough to get you on the move during your Fergus Falls visit. Our many miles of trail offer room for biking, walking and hiking.
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Golf

We have ten golf courses around Fergus Falls that all offer a unique setting and challenge. With challenging and well-kept courses, you will find no waits for tee times and reasonable green fees. We recommend all these golf courses!
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Red Horse Ranch Arena

The Red Horse Ranch Arena is a full-amenities horse training and event facility located in the rolling wooded hills just six miles north of Fergus Falls. A horse lover dream! 
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Pine to Prairie Birding Trail

Experience the Pine to Prairie Birding Trail. From Fergus Falls to Warroad and on to Manitoba, you're sure to see species unique to a variety of habitats. You'll see great prairie chickens, great egrets and double-crested cormorants join trumpeter swans and corada geese as favorites in the Fergus Falls area. 
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City Parks

Fergus Falls offers many unique and wonderful recreation opportunities. With 500 acres of green space, we offer many options for relaxing and playing.
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Hunting and Fishing

Our many lakes, prairie and forested lands make Otter Tail County popular and plentiful for hunting and fishing. 
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Prairie Wetlands Learning Center

The Prairie Wetlands Learning Center offers a variety of environmental education programs to learners of all ages, as well as interpretive programs and walks in the many miles of preserved land throughout the year.
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Otter Trail Scenic Byway

Another popular trail route Fergus Falls is part of is the Otter Trail Scenic Byway. This 150 mile "loop" features an area rich in tradition and beauty ­ from more than 1,000 lakes and wildlife-filled wetlands to 19th century flour mills and spectacular roadside scenery. 
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