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VisitDuluth's other shoreline

Like early European explorers, fur traders or the native Ojibwe, you can scout Duluth’s 17 miles of undiscovered shoreline along the winding channel that was formed during the Pleistocene epoch and is known as St. Louis River Basin – the estuary that spreads out between Minnesota and Wisconsin into two large bays that flow into Lake Superior.

Boat & Bike Rental

Boat and Bike Rentals

Spirit Lake Marina & Rv offers an assortment of bikes, canoes, pontoon boats, and more. Bike & Boat Rentals

Spirit lake Marina & Rv has an assortment of bikes, canoes, pontoons and fishing boats available for rental. Spend the day biking the Duluth Lakewalk, or any of the numerous natural trails like the Munger. Discover the natural wonder of St. Louis bay by canoe, or tackle the white water of the river by kayak. Or just relax on the water, while waiting for the walleye to bite.

  • Bikes
  • Kayaks
  • Canoes
  • Pontoon Boats

So much to do and see!

Glensheen

Attractions

While staying with us enjoy all that the twin ports has to offer.

Spirit Valley Days

Local Events

Duluth is host to many local events, from Grandma's Marathon to the Bayfront Blues Festival. See what's happening this year.

Duluth's Skyline Parkway

Parks & Trails

Where to go to enjoy the natural beauty of the St. Louis river basin and the North Shore of Lake superior.

Canal Park Duluth

Restaurants & Shopping

The twin ports offer a great number of unique shopping and dining experiences.