Once you get to Duluth, you can park your car…and then forget about it until you have to go home. Whether enjoying the city by foot, bike, trolley, scooter or bus, there’s an easy and convenient way for you to see the sights – no matter your mode of choice!
Where to Park
Many lodging options will come with a parking spot, and there are several pay lots and ramps throughout Duluth.
By Foot, Wheelchair and Stroller
Despite the hill, many places in Duluth are easily accessible by taking a stroll, whether on the Lakewalk, a charming neighborhood street or the climate-controlled skywalk, which connects buildings throughout downtown Duluth. The Skywalk also crosses over I-35 and connects downtown with Canal Park via the Duluth Entertainment and Convention Center (DECC). Part of the experience of visiting Duluth is seeing something new around every turn – from a big ship coming into the canal, to the mural outside a business’s storefront to what’s in bloom at the park. Soak it all in while making your way to your next stop.
If you brought your own bike, hop on any number of Duluth’s trails or use the bikeways that run the length of the city to cruise the around and feel that fresh Lake Superior air on your face. And, if your two wheels didn’t come along, you can rent a bike from any of the following area businesses and enjoy the ride.
In the summer, you can take a leisurely ride on the Port Town Trolley around the waterfront district to enjoy the views while taking a break. Hop on and off to suit your needs. The best part? It’s free to ride, making it even easier to get around the city you love!
Want to see the sights and save your steps? A scooter may be just the ticket! Leaf Rides is a local company that would love to add some fun to your Duluth visit in the form of an electric scooter. To save time, download the Leaf Rides app before your visit, and then check out a parking zone to find your set of wheels.
The new Duluth Transportation Center (DTC) is in the heart of downtown at 228 West Michigan Street. There are 410 parking spaces, along with charging stations for electric vehicles at the DTC. This transit hub has passenger amenities and is home to intercity bus service from Jefferson Lines, Arrowhead Transit and Indian Trails. Plus, secured bicycle storage is also available. STRIDE services are available for qualified individuals with disabilities. Visit duluthtransit.com for more detailed information.
By Taxi and Ride Share