The downtown webcam overlooks Main Street in Park Rapids, MN. You can view our extra wide Main Street and life in a small town: shopkeepers sweeping their sidewalks, friends and neighbors visiting and kids cruising Main. Depending on the season, Park Rapids’ sidewalks may be filled with shoppers and all the center street parking slots occupied. Or the snow may be gently falling and people are scurrying to and from stores with their noses buried in their mittens. Webcam visitors enjoy viewing downtown events like the Main Street Christmas tree lighting the Friday after Thanksgiving, the Fourth of July Parade and Trick or Treat Park Rapids.
The Big Sand Lake webcam presents an eastern view of Big Sand Lake from the Evergreen Lodge. Watch the activity at the docks or check out the weather in the area. The Big Sand Lake webcam is operated by the Big Sand Lake Association.
The Long Lake webcam overlooks Long Lake to the east of Park Rapids, Minnesota. Long Lake is approximately ten miles long and one half mile wide. Anglers can enjoy fishing for norhern pike, walleye, largemouth bass and panfish in the many angles and bends in Long Lake. If you have an interest in Purple Martins, our webcam views the summer nesting place for the largest population of Purple Martins in Minnesota.
The Red Bridge webcam overlooks the landmark Red Bridge as seen from the upper deck of the Red Bridge Inn. The Red Bridge is located in Red Bridge Park on Beach Road near downtown Park Rapids MN. The Red Bridge connects to the Heartland Trail and provides a walking trail to Heartland Park and picnic areas. The Red Bridge webcam is owned and operated by the Park Rapids Downtown Business Association and is hosted by the Red Bridge Inn.