A man fly-fishing in a deep, dark river. He is wearing waders that allow him to be in the water without getting wet. The water is at his groin level. The trees along the river are bright green.


Spring into Superior

Go with the flow.

From rushing rivers to rollerskating. Birds and bees to brews. The big lake, big waterfalls and big concerts are calling.

A beautiful blue inland lake with trees with white trunks and very green leaves. There is a stairway down to the water.

Get outdoors

Witness the changes on Lake Superior and its bay with a shoreline stroll. And for a real rush, check out the rivers. This is the home to the mother of all Wisconsin waterfalls—and a few charming littler ones. Come for Manitou Falls at Pattison Park. Go down the road to view Amnicon Falls from a historic covered bridge. On your way back to Superior, visit the Davidson Windmill. Want more waterfalls? Consider crossing the bridge for a day trip up the North Shore.

A closeup look at some white roller skates on a brightly colored, blue and purple dance floor.

Stay inside 

Spend a rainy day rollerskating, thrifting or getting your geek on at stores dedicated to gaming, comics and collectables. Want to delight in dining out? Enjoy spring greens with girlfriends at one of these restaurants. Or spring for a pizza and bowling.

Fireworks at night over the SS Meteor ship.

Make it an event

Come for a concert series that brings everyone out of the woodwork to rub shoulders and rock n roll. Or enjoy a calm night of jazz or orchestra. Catch a craft fair. See what’s brewing at a beer festival that’s for a good cause.

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Gitchee Gummee Beer Fest

Featuring beer from over 30 different brewers and an all-you-can-eat taco bar, this annual celebration of brew from the Lake Superior region and beyond is a fundraiser for the Superior Jaycees, with all proceeds helping to support community organizations throughout the year. Toast to that.

Homegrown Music Festival 

Love the music scene? This annual community celebration of the original and diverse music of Superior and Duluth will knock your socks off. Homegrown features nearly 200 local musical acts at over 30 venues, with a dedicated “Superior Night.” Plus, a children’s music showcase, poetry, visual art, film and fire spinning. Some 40 percent of the festival events are free and accessible to all ages.

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