Rainy River

Rainy River is 80-miles long connecting Rainy Lake and Lake of the Woods. It is home to walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, sturgeon and muskies. Rainy River also provides many wildlife viewing opportunities including: eagles, deer, beaver, otter, and 200 other species of birds during migration.

Special spring regulations allow for the longest walleye season in the state. Rainy is one of the few rivers to support a healthy population of large sturgeon, plus a great small-mouth bass fishery.

Public landings are available for easy access to the river. Boaters, canoers and kayakers enjoy this waterway.

Falls Country Club, located along the scenic Rainy River, is one of Northern Minnesota’s top golf courses. Designed by Joel Goldstrand, and open to the public, Falls Country Club is a championship golf course playing to a par 72. Falls Country Club will exceed your expectations. Visit their website, www.fallscc.com.

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