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Watch seagulls soaring while you stroll around this popular spot, part of the revived Duluth waterfront. Nearby are a sculpture garden, jazz clubs, coffee shops, motels and restaurants. If you like ships, stand on the pier and watch huge boats and...more
All reviews lift bridge maritime museum fun area shops and restaurants within walking distance unique shops watch ships walk around fun place to visit all ages huge ships light house nice walk lake superior free museum lots of fun visit duluth
This is a crazy place in the summer. You have to pay to park your car. There are dozens of shops and the aerial bridge is right there. Watching the ships go in and out of the harbour is lots of fun and very interesting....More
This is right along by the water and Lakewalk. Nice stroll with informative monuments scattered about. There had been a huge storm the day before we were there so there was lots of debris but I was very impressed with how quickly the clean up...More
There’s nothing better than the views in Canal Park! The lake is so beautiful to see! It is so relaxing to hear the waves splashing. The shops are always fun to visit even though it seems the prices have taken a hike over the years....More
We'd heard that Canal Park was damaged in the last storms so were hesitant to visit - but it was open and looked TERRIFIC! If there was damage it was fixed up well and it was fun to go on a particularly windy day! Can't...More
We have visited Canal Park at all times of the year and always see and feel the beauty of the whole area. The shops are always worth venturing into, the restaurants have changed around a bit over the years, but always provide more than enough...More
We only had one afternoon and night to spend in Duluth so we booked our hotel on the lake. Walked the shore, visited the museum, and watched ships enter and leave. Even with the cool damp weather it was great!
We walked around Canal Park, and we were lucky enough to see the bridge lift for a large ship. It was interesting seeing how the bridge works ... I've never seen that type of bridge before. The sailors were waving and having a good time....More
We were here shortly after very high waves from a storm had crashed ashore and demolished the lake side walkways and boardwalks, deposited driftwood many feet inland from usual shore line, carried large rocks all over yards of hotels; mother nature showed once again, who...More