Little Crow Water Ski TeamNeer Park
311 2nd Ave SE
New London, MN 56273
Take Hwy. 23 to New London, MN and turn NW on Cnty Rd 40. Look for Neer park sign on right after 1/2 mile. Park on Street.Get Directions
A world renowned ski team that has been national champions more than once, performs on the Crow River at Neer Park in New London. Tickets at the gate vary with age, from $3-$5, bleachers or your lawn chair, your choice. Come early and get a good seat! Reserved seating available $8. Go to WWW.LITTLECROW.COM for more information. You'll see 3,4, and 5 tier pyramids, team jumping, ballet line, swivel skiing, barefooting, and much much more, all put together in a family style show.
Hours & DatesPlan on arriving at the park at least one half hour before the performance. Parking inside the park is limited to handicapped parking. Check WWW.LITTLECROW.COM for updated schedule and times and reserved tickets. Concessions available.
Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for students and children 6 years of age and younger are admitted free. Reserved seating is $8.
- Eco-friendly landscape/facility design
- Accessible to disabled
- Can accommodate groups of 45 or more
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Based on 13 reviews
I was here with a large group of friends. There is a concession stand for those who are hungry. Plan on arriving early. It may be a long walk from your car to the bleachers. Sometimes the stands...
— Steven S, September 2, 2019
Good show. Obvious that it is the beginning of the season and performers need more practice. Expect to see better pyramids later in the season.
— Dawn C, June 25, 2016
The ski show was entertaining for all ages. Everyone working there is super friendly. I would highly recommend it for anyone.
— Lisa K, September 1, 2015
I have seen this show a dozen times. It continues to be very fun and enjoyable. Comfortable area, lots of room, anywhere is a good seat. Good family atmosphere. Excellent skiing. Love the boats...
— K A, June 4, 2015
Great ski show and the perfect way to start a weekend at the lake. Fun for all ages and worth the drive if you don't live close.
— Jill J, March 25, 2014