The Riverland Association seeks to promote tourism in Northwestern Minnesota's Riverland Region. You can read more about our cities and our members below. If you're a local business looking for information about joining Riverland Association, email us here.

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It’s SIMPLY GRAND!  Located along the Red Lake and Red River of the North, Greater Grand Forks has something for everyone.  Enjoy kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, or fishing on the rivers or checkout the Greenway that stretches over 20 miles and have fun bicycling, inline skating, walking, or running.  With numerous shops, restaurants, hotels, golf courses, campgrounds, and events, you will agree…Greater Grand Forks is SIMPLY GRAND!

A picturesque community with the convergence of two rivers with tubing, canoeing,  and kayaking in the midst of rolling hills, cliffs and small rapids. Red Lake Falls has a beautiful challenging golf course with hills and a creek. The trail system through the city has miles of beauty and wildlife. Come visit us!

The Red Lake River winds through the beautiful City of Crookston, proud home of the University of Minnesota Crookston. The city boasts a superior city park system, access points to the river, and recreational opportunities on and off the water including hiking and cross-country ski trails, Frisbee golf, fishing, camping, birding, a 9-hole golf course, and more. Stroll Crookston’s historic & charming downtown and enjoy the prairie & prosperous farmland of NW Minnesota.

St. Hilaire

St. Hilaire's Island Park features several softball fields, a boat launch, natural walking trails, and a campground. 

Small town charm with big city amenities, Thief River Falls is home to a wide variety of recreation, history, and entertainment! Area attractions include an 18-hole miniature golf course, go kart track, 48-acre wooden hiking trail system, movie theater with digital projection & sound, bowling alley, 18-hole golf course & casino with slot machines, black jack, poker tables & an indoor water park!

Fertile's sandy banks are home to the Sand Hills Golf Course, Agassiz Recreational Trail, and a variety of winter sports, including cross country skiing and snowmobiling. 


The Riverland Association could not exist without the financial support of its members. Below is a listing of 2019 Riverland Association members by city. We will be sending our our 2020 membership information in the spring of 2020. If you would like to become a member of the Riverland Association, please contact us.


The Red Lake River Corridor established a Joint Powers Board in 2003 with representatives from six corridor cities to help increase use on the Red Lake River Corridor by residents and visitors. To date, the project has had successful funding and continues to work towards creating a water trail experience that is second to none in Minnesota and the region. Click here to learn more about the Red Lake River Corridor and associated projects.  

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