Parks & Landmarks

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Parks

Developing Duluth’s Park System, 1856–1956

Duluth’s Park Police

Duluth’s 19th-Century Squares

Skyline Parkway & Seven Bridges Road

Hilltop Park & the 7th Avenue West Incline

Chester Park

The Duluth Ski Club at Chester Park

Lincoln Park

Lester Park

Lester River Rustic Bridge
Lester Park Golf Course

Fairmount Park and Duluth’s Zoo

Thornton’s Kiddieland
Indian Point Tourist Camp

Leif Erickson Park (aka Lake Shore Park)

Leif Erickson Replica Viking Vessel
Rose Garden at Leif Erickson Park

Congdon Park

Kitchi Gammi Park & Congdon Boulevard

Enger Park & Twin Ponds

Chambers Grove & Historical Park

Fond du Lac Park

Hartley Park

Derby Downs at Hartley Park

The Parks of Minnesota Point

The Barrens of Minnesota Point
White City Amusement Park

Duluth’s Undeveloped Parks

Janette Pollay Cabin
Duluth: Homecroft City

Duluth Playgrounds & Sporting Facilities

Lost Golf Courses of the Twin Ports

Jay Cooke State Park

Landmarks

Early Duluth’s Early Cemeteries

Oneota Cemetery

Forest Hill Cemetery (1879)

Forest Hill Cemetery  (1890)

Park Hill Cemetery

Symbolism in Historic Grave Markers

Point of Rocks

Subterranean Duluth: Tunnels

Minnesota Point Lighthouse Ruins

U.S. Lighthouse Station Depot Ruins

Old Main Ruins

Uncle Harvey’s Mausoleum (Gravel Hopper Ruins)

“Fort Cochran” (Water Reservoir Ruins)