Duluth is known for its numerous outdoor activities. Since the hotel resort is located only 4 blocks from Canal Park, 1 block from Park Point Beach, and 50 feet from the Duluth harbor, it is Duluth’s headquarters for guests looking to enjoy summer activities. We offer seasonal bike rental (June-September) which helps guests make it around town more easily. Within walking distance you will find these vendors that will help you enjoy the largest fresh water lake in the world, Lake Superior. Our Concierge Service Center can assist you with guiding you and your family to your favorite activities and their location and proximity to the hotel resort.
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Seasonal Trolley Ride Away
Bayfront Reggae & World Music Festival is a tribute to international music and those artists who spread the message of love, hope, and equality for all people worldwide. As the largest festival event of its kind in Minnesota, international performers will entertain while you enjoy ethnic foods, beverages and a variety of artisans displaying their wares.
350 Harbor Dr.
Duluth , MN 55802
Dragon boat racing is not only one of the fastest growing water sports in the world; it is also one of the most exciting! As one of the largest festivals of its kind, The Lake Superior Dragon Boat Festival is proud to be a part of this growing community-building tradition.
The annual Duluth Oktoberfest is a festival event held on Friday and Saturday which will have polka music and games like Hammerschlagen, stein holding contest, beer pong, sauerkraut eating race and boot chug contest.
Celebrate Pride in the Twin Ports on Labor Day Weekend. Join thousands on the shore of Lake Superior as we commemorate our 27th year of Pride at Bayfront Festival Park and throughout the Twin Ports. Activities for everyone during this event include the Mayor’s reception, a bonfire, GLBTAQI history exhibit, music, family/kid’s area, poetry, Hummingbird […]
Every Wednesday night in the summer, the Duluth Yacht Club hosts a sailboat race event in either the Lake Superior Harbor or Lake Superior itself. You can watch the boats sail by from the Park Point Beach, or you can go have a cocktail at the tiki bar in the Fitger’s complex.