Parks & Recreation
Please visit our parks COVID page for all our COVID related announcements.
Duluth, a four-season city with 11,000 acres of green space alongside the great Lake Superior, has miles of trails and over 100 parks, providing a suitable back drop for a multitude of recreation activities.
- 129 Parks
- 11,000 acres of green space
- 6,834 acres of City parkland
- 10 miles of horseback trail
- 30 miles paved, and 16 miles gravel accessible trail
- 38 miles (61k) of cross-country ski trail
- 85 miles of bike-optimized singletrack trail
- Over 150 miles of natural surface hiking trail!
- 8 outdoor skating rinks
Parks & Recreation offers a range of programs that can safely operate within all current health and safety guidelines.
Due to the ever-changing recommendations, we will be announcing our program offerings month by month as opposed to our normal seasonal program brochure. You can access this monthly newsletter from our website or by signing up for our Press Releases.
Click Here for Summer Camp and Program Registration
Agents of Discovery - an educational mobile app that will help you experience our parks and learn about nature in a new and fun way! Download for free; new detective Missions will rotate to different parks each month! FAQ here
New features get added often - check the bottom of the Settings screen to make sure your app is up to date (currently version v5.2.42)
W Skyline Parkway near Enger Park (closed road section; start at Twin Ponds end)
Leif Erikson Park (along Lakewalk and paths through park)
Parks and Recreation Press Releases: