Duluth, Minnesota Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Indian Point Campground
  2. Spirit Mountain Campground
  3. River Place Campground
  4. Buffalo Valley RV Park & Campground
  5. Fond du Lac Campground and Boat Landing
  6. Hi-Banks Resort
  7. Saginaw Campground
  8. Jay Cooke State Park
  9. Amnicon Falls State Park
  10. Manitou Valley Campground
  11. Cloquet / Duluth KOA
  12. Pattison State Park
  13. Spafford Park Campground
  14. Penmarallter Campground
  15. Big Lake Shores and The Lounge
  16. Burlington Bay Campground
  17. Park Lake Resort
  18. Bois Brule Campground
  19. Gafvert Campground
  20. Bear Lake Campground

Duluth, Minnesota

With a population of over 86,000, Duluth is a large seaport city in a state where there is an abundance of small cities. The downtown core is quaint, with old and new buildings rubbing shoulders. It is very hilly and the views of Lake Superior from the upper levels are lovely. Walking a lot around here could result in fitness! Near the downtown area are many residences, some of them restored to their past splendor and some waiting for an upgrade, all of them picturesque.

The Cloquet/Duluth KOA is ideally situated to explore this part of the state, near to Cloquet, with access to the St. Louis River and Lake Superior. River Place Campground is in Duluth, handy to all it has to offer. Indian Point Campground is also very close to town and close to the river as well, while Fond du Lac Campground is a little more distant. These campground all offer facilities for both tent and RV campers and sometimes boat tie-ups.

The gorgeous lakeside park, the Leif Erickson, has lovely walkways, flowers, including many rhododendron bushes and views of the vastness of Lake Superior. A Rose Garden is part of the complex. There are other city parks, some just for going to, one for going to with your dog, some hosting festivals and year round events. There are 11,000 acres of green space in the city of Duluth.

An interesting sight is the Duluth Police Command Post which is, in essence, an RV equipped with ladders on the outside and sophisticated communication equipment on the inside, useful for transporting the Tactical Response Team and other personnel to the scene of the unrest, while keeping them safe. To date, it has been helpful in quelling unrest at a festival, a missing person search, a standoff in a private residence and in flooding situations, among others.

Things to do in Duluth include a visit to the Great Lakes Aquarium, the Lake Superior Zoo, the Marshall W. Alworth Planetarium, the North Shore Scenic Railroad, the Duluth Children's Museum and the S.S. William A. Irvin Ore Boat Museum, a couple of theater companies and a Waterfront Sculpture Walk.

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