Lakehead Boat Basin RV Park, Minnesota

Top Photo: Park Point Recreation Area, just down the road from the RV park.

"Found a rather unique RV Park that's also a marina. Our site overlooks the marina and the famous Ariel Lift Bridge. Across the bay, we have views of downtown Duluth & its hills."


Lakehead Boat Basin - RV Park in Duluth, MN: Site #20 (30 RV sites total) - This site has: full hookups. RV Park Notes: flush toilets • showers • dump station available • lake access • easy waking distance to downtown • 603’ elevation. July 11th - 14th.

Overall Experience: smile

Canal Park Area

Pics in collage: William A Irvin, Endion Station Public House, Ariel Lift Bridge, Small Boat in Flower Garden, Park Point Beach, Our Coach at Lakehead Marina, Minnesota Slip Drawbridge Pedestrian Crossing

Local Flavor – Area Businesses We Enjoyed & Recommend
Canal Park Brewing Company,300 Canal Park Dr.
Endion Station Public House


Found this Brewpub in Canal Park that was within walking distance from our RV Park. Delicious beer and food are served here.

Additional Info: Lakehead Boat Basin RV Park is located in Duluth, Minnesota, on the western tip of Lake Superior, which is the largest freshwater lake in the world. The RV park is situated along the Lake Superior shoreline and offers stunning views of the lake and the surrounding natural beauty.

The RV park has 12 full hook-up sites and 18nelectric/waster sites. The park also offers amenities such as laundry facilities, a playground, and a picnic area. In addition, the park has its own boat launch and marina, making it an ideal destination for boaters and anglers.

Duluth is known for its outdoor recreational opportunities, and the surrounding area offers a wide variety of activities for visitors to enjoy. One of the main attractions in the area is the Superior Hiking Trail, which runs for over 300 miles through the North Shore region of Lake Superior. The trail offers stunning views of the lake and the surrounding forested landscape.

Visitors can also explore the nearby Jay Cooke State Park, which features scenic hiking trails, waterfalls, and the St. Louis River. In addition, the Duluth Harbor and Aerial Lift Bridge offer visitors a chance to see shipping vessels passing through the harbor and learn about the history of the port.

Duluth is also home to several museums, including the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center and the Duluth Children's Museum. The city also has a vibrant arts and culture scene, with several galleries and theaters showcasing local artists and performers.

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