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Lakewalk Duluth 40.8 km away
#4 of 64 things to do in Duluth
This is a beautifully kept, paved walkway that our family enjoyed...we parked at Rose Garden and walked along Lake Superior to downtown Duluth (Canal Park), had lunch, then walked back - simply beautiful and FUN!
The Lake walk is a great way to spend time in the summer, it is family friendly, the view of the lake is great and the gardens are wonderful.
Minnesota's North Shore Scenic Drive Duluth 39.6 km away
#1 of 64 things to do in Duluth
It's a magical trip from Duluth, scenic drive, Split Rock Historic Park and Light House, to Burntside Lodge, first class cabins and dining, and family owned since 1913.
We found an old suspension bridge, several waterfalls ranging from 80 feet to 10 feet, kids jumping off a bridge into the flowing waters below, several people wading in the waterfalls that tiered down to Lake Mich...
Enger Park and Tower Duluth 39.8 km away
#5 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Made many flower gardens, added a large Japanese Bell for the kids to ring, and many more trails for some of the most beautiful views of this great city!
I highly recommend Enger Park/Tower for families, couples, friends, or a visit by yourself (I always feel very safe here if that is a concern to solo travelers).
Leif Erickson Park & Rose Garden Duluth 41.1 km away
#3 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Very nicely developed area with roses and great views to the lake, also family friendly.
You can take your dog for a walk, have a picnic with the kids or just a romantic walk with you partner.
Park Point Duluth 47.7 km away
#8 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Wear a life jacket and enjoy the waves!! It's a nice place for kids to build sand castles and run in and out of the lake on a calmer day.
Park has so much areas to see and do great for all types of families and pets too there is so much to see and do great for anyone of all ages
Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center Duluth 41.7 km away
#7 of 64 things to do in Duluth
The Visitor Center is free to the public and has so many wonderful displays for the whole family!
It was so interesting and informative and the kids loved some of the interactive exhibits.
Canal Park Duluth 41.5 km away
#9 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Great family experience close to home watching ocean going ships passing under the historic lift bridge, exploring the marine museum, shopping in the many small boutique stores and enjoying lunch, dinner or fine m...
Canal Park is an ideal family destination, combining the shore of Lake Superior, with its rock-filled beaches, and easily walkable streets filled with shops and restaurants, it's a great place to visit or stay.
Aerial Lift Bridge Duluth 41.7 km away
#2 of 64 things to do in Duluth
It's a magical trip from Duluth, scenic drive, Split Rock Historic Park and Light House, to Burntside Lodge, first class cabins and dining, and family owned since 1913.
... are locals, we live an hour south of St. Louis, Mo.! The Aerial Lift Bridge is like the Pied Piper, drawing the child in us all to the Canal to see the bridge raise and lower for ships of all sizes to pass under.
Jay Cooke State Park Carlton 43.3 km away
#2 of 6 things to do in Carlton
Growing up in the area going to Jay Cooke State Park was always a family favorite.
They have a large pavillion, whick can be reserved for large family and friend picnics.
Lake Superior Railroad Museum Duluth 41.0 km away
#11 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Wonderful old Historic Depot Building also houses a history museum (don't miss the Finnish farm where kids can pull vegetables, collect eggs, etc.) and the always intriguing Duluth Art Institute.
Family friendly and historical.The museum and the Depot are great places to see the history of the area.
Amnicon Falls State Park South Range, WI 66.5 km away
#1 of 2 things to do in South Range
This is a beautiful well kept park with family fun to offer along with peacefulness of nature for the quiet times.
It's great with kids because it's small but packed with beautiful fallls, covered bridge, and picnic close to the river.
Thompson Hill Information Center Duluth 41.1 km away
#6 of 64 things to do in Duluth
A great destination for a picnic or family gathering, also.
I'm not a kid anymore but was excited to get my first glimpse of Lake Superior from this area.
Pattison State Park Superior, WI 48.1 km away
#1 of 14 things to do in Superior
Great place for a family picnic or just relaxing in the forest!
Kids enjoy skipping rocks down on the river below the Big Manitou falls We went to a "Snake, Rattle and Roll" presentation they have several times this summer and the kids enjoyed petting the various reptiles.
S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum Duluth 41.1 km away
#13 of 64 things to do in Duluth
My husband and I loved every minute of the tour, but all of the kids who were in our group rally enjoyed it, as well!
Our whole family really enjoyed learning the ins and outs of this retired ore ship.
Skyline Parkway Duluth 40.2 km away
#12 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center Superior, WI 47.7 km away
#2 of 14 things to do in Superior
While the main focus of the museum is WW II Ace Richard Bong, and there are tons of personal artifacts, the history of his short but brilliant military career, photos from the family collection, etc, there are als...
Excellent piece of history to share with family and friends.
Spirit Mountain Duluth 41.8 km away
#15 of 64 things to do in Duluth
With an unlimited all day pass you can have a full day of family fun!
During our family vacation in Duluth, we drove up to Spirit Mountain, and each of us rode on an Alpine Coaster down the mountain (and it brings you back up).
Great Lakes Aquarium Duluth 41.3 km away
#19 of 64 things to do in Duluth
The best part for the kids was the Great Lakes water play area with boats and canals for hands-on play.
You and your children can learn about aquatic animals and the history of the Great Lake Superior.
Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory Duluth 39.8 km away
#16 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Top raptor migration location in the U.S.A. Kid friendly with excellent staff on site to announce raptors
It's a perfect outing for the kids.
The Duluth Depot Duluth 41.0 km away
#17 of 64 things to do in Duluth
The St. Louis Historical Society has intriguing exhibits on logging, railroading, the area's industry and settlement — kids like the recreated Finnish homestead tucked into a corner, where they can pull vegetables...
This Museum is great to visit so much to do would have to spend an hour or so to visit everything outdoor stuff to do too great for the whole family a must to visit anytime in Duluth
Bayfront Festival Park Duluth 41.3 km away
#22 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Free admission, walking distance to RR Museum (save the traffic, take the train!), great time for "Bentleyville" with free hot chocolate and cookies for the kids.
An easy walk of maybe a mile? with lots of stops for children of all ages for photo ops, free cookies, cocoa, popcorn, s'mores.
North Shore Scenic Railroad Duluth 41.0 km away
#23 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Since I was riding with children, we enjoyed exploring the mix of equipment, including the open air car (my favorite), the double-decker (the kid's favorite), the Budd RDC, and the Great Northern coach (our favori...
Our family of four enjoyed every minute of the new "Christmas City Express Story" book reading, an inspiring and beautiful part of this wonderful evening!)
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Brighton Beach Park Duluth 43.0 km away
#25 of 64 things to do in Duluth
It's so relaxing to sit on the rocks and listen to the lake, watch the huge boats on the horizon, and see the kids playing on the rocks or picking up 'treasures.'
Families picnicking, kids playing, geo caching going on, grandfather and grandson looking for treasure, that was buried in the grass.
Two Harbors Lighthouse Two Harbors 61.2 km away
#6 of 19 things to do in Two Harbors
Attached to the lighthouse tower is the former keepers quarters which is furnished much as it would have been when the keeper and his family occupied the residence Kevin was there to warmly welcome us and serve tw...
Kids enjoyed walking around & taking the tour.
Lake Superior Zoo & Zoological Society Duluth 42.0 km away
#26 of 64 things to do in Duluth
My family absolutely loves visiting the Lake Superior Zoo! Whether it's a class fieldtrip for my little girls or a family picnic on a hot summer day - we always enjoy the beautiful scenery and of course - the anim...
Whether you are with kids, on a date, or just with a group of friends - it is so fun to walk around both the inside and outside spaces any season of the year!
Hartley Nature Center Duluth 37.9 km away
#31 of 64 things to do in Duluth
The clean and spacious Center has a number of classes for children to take in the summer - programs that last a week or two.
Has a nature center that is kid-friendly and fun too.
Wisconsin Point Lighthouse Superior, WI 54.4 km away
#4 of 14 things to do in Superior
The kids and I have made it out to the lighthouse, but we had to navigate large boulders to do so.
Kids loved it.
Adventure Zone Duluth 41.3 km away
#39 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Visited with the kids and my sister and her family.
Tom's Historic Logging Camp Duluth 50.6 km away
#33 of 64 things to do in Duluth
Great attraction for Families - and people of all ages!
They also have a self guided tour in the back that kids and adults will enjoy.
Stoney Point Two Harbors 52.6 km away
#8 of 19 things to do in Two Harbors
I use to take my children there and a few friends with their kids.
I enjoy the quiet serenity of this place, but that said, not sure families with young kids would find enjoyment here.