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My husband and I enjoy hiking, but this was our first time taking the girls out on a hike or to see waterfalls in Duluth. Our girls are 6, 4, and 1 and this hike was perfect for them. We didn't go far and only...More
I read about this park and the trails before our trip to Duluth and was happy I made the time to visit. We bought a lunch and found a bench near the falls where we enjoyed our picnic. There was a picnic table at a...More
This is about a two mile hike along a stream. There are a number of small waterfalls that are very pretty. You can walk on a foot path near the water or walk on the paved bike path. This is a very easy hike that...More
We heard about this from a friend who frequents Duluth and always brings her kids here. It's a nice gravel path with several bridges over the bottom part of the creek path. This park is on the hillside so the water falls down the mountain...More
Any time I am up in Duluth I try to go here. This park is on a slant so you have waterfalls and moving water. There are I believe two bridges in this area. You can stay on the main trail but you can also...More
The gorge and waterfalls in Congdon Park are amazing. Friends who saw my pictures online asked if they were from one of the state parks further north on the lake, but this is in a residential neighborhood right in the city! It is a powerful...More
This lovely park features a cascading stream exposing rocks, carving chasms in a thickly wooded area. Wood chip trails hug the stream while a paved walking road runs parallel to make this park accessible to all. Occasionally there are wooden benches to pause and enjoy...More
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Yes, we were on a trail that was paved and would be stroller friendly or handicapped accessible. Although some areas were steep as the entire trail is either uphill or downhill depending on where you start. There were some... More
Yes, we were on a trail that was paved and would be stroller friendly or handicapped accessible. Although some areas were steep as the entire trail is either uphill or downhill depending on where you start. There were some spots where you could go off the paved trail onto a walking trail to get closer to the rapids and there were benches there to sit and view the rapids. Those benches may not be as accessible. But there were plenty of great views from the walking trail.