City of Littlefork
Littlefork has a population of 647 and is located just 20 miles from International Falls, on the great horseshoe bend of the river of the same name.
Logging is one of the primary industries. The trucking and logging industry employs many citizens and plays a critical role within the community. The other economic drivers for this area include health services, agriculture, and tourism.
There are ample opportunities for new businesses, business relocation or expansion throughout the community. Local assistance is available through county agencies and the City of Littlefork. Abundant, low-cost electric power is distributed by North Star Electric Co-op and is suited to industrial expansion.
This small vibrant community has an active and dynamic main street. The city is host to commercial, retail and service businesses including a full service hardware store, grocery store, restaurants, gas service station, a municipal on and off sale liquor store, post office, bank, a building supply company and a medical facility that provides a clinic, 41-bed nursing home, and an assisted living facility. The City has a volunteer ambulance service and a volunteer fire department.
Littlefork is the home of the Littlefork-Big Falls Vikings and the Jack Pine Savage. Littlefork has two local playgrounds, a campground on the river and many outdoor activities including hiking, birding, fishing and canoeing on the river, snowmobiling, ATV riding, snowshoeing, and ice skating. There is good hunting for bear and deer, as well as pintail and ruffed grouse.
Please visit their website at www.cityoflittlefork.com.