Hotels >Canal Park Lodge
Great Stay. Have stayed on two different occasions. North woods lodge feel yet "up to date". Friendly staff, clean rooms, free internet, awesome view (we had a room facing the lake), very good included breakfast with clean, almost spotless silverware. Can't wait to go back. Will stay there again!
GREAT GET AWAY LOCATION.
we stayed in a very well appointed 2 room whirlpool suite with patio. lake view. excellent. very relaxing. quiet,romantic. lobby area very comfortable. the bellisio
touch very nice. breakfast a bit hectic but suprisingly good. can't wait for return visit.
This narrow spit of land between the big lake and the busy harbor is the epicenter of Duluth's tourist activity..
The iconic Aerial Lift Bridge--spanning the canal that connects Lake Superior to the Duluth-Superior Harbor--has been a picture-postcard since 1905. But it took over seven decades for adjacent blocks to morph into a district of restaurants, bars, shops and hotels. With the greatest of the Great Lakes on one side, a bustling harbor on the other and the spectacle of Duluth climbing the hillside, this is the Upper Midwest's own special version of seaside charm.
duluth. I have lived in duluth/superior area for 22 years, anyone that wants a piece of history and to relax come vist us, you wont be sorry
Live the life in Duluth. Duluth offers an array of relaxing environments, including a park above Canal Park, that received an award for using space above the freeway. Fitger's Brewery Complex is amazing... shopping, dining, and hotel atmosphere. The Lake Walk is something to be appreciated -- along the way you will come across a Vietnam Memorial as well as other landmarks just waiting to be appreciated. Duluth is a MUST for relaxation and fun. If you like antiques there are also many possibilites waiting for you.
Just Do It !. I come to Canal Park several times a year. It's relaxing and fun. You can relax or be as active as you want.
One of the Best Day Trips In Minnesota!. A 2-1/2 hour drive from the Twin Cities is rewarded by a lovely visit to Canal Park in Duluth. It's a very pleasant venue for so many reasons which 150 words cannot begin to illuminate. Your day can be restful and romantic, educational and energetic. You can shop and sight-see, eat well then take a nap or hike. The pay-parking is dirt cheap, but there are free lots a few blocks away. There's a horse-drawn carriage and the US Army Corps of Engineers' Museum (which is free, by the way). One of my favorite activities is to buy a small box of popcorn from the charming popcorn wagon, then use it to feed the ever-present seagulls. They snatch the kernels right out of the air! It's the most entertaining $1 I ever spend. Canal Park is a great place to visit for families, couples, or those "sailing solo".
Long walks on the beach. There's a lot to do in Canal Park. Dining, shopping, and beautiful beaches.
worth "seaing". Going to Canal Park is like going to the ocean, except there isn't any salt spray coming from the water. The sounds of the sea gulls or terns and the ships coming in remind me of being at the seashore. There are many attractions in Canal Park worth visiting such as the Mariner's Museum and the DeWitt-Seitz building where there are many shops to browse through.
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