Superior Skate Park is located in Heritage Park and is open daily until 10 pm. Ramps, pipes, rails, and boxes offer the perfect setup for skateboarders, inline skaters, and BMX bikers to practice their latest tricks.
The Osaugie Trail is a five-mile asphalt trail that goes past various Superior landmarks and offers beautiful views of Lake Superior. The trail is perfect for walking, inline skating, and biking. The trail end points are Harbor View Park at US 53 and US 2 and Bear Creek Park at Moccasin Mike Road
Consisting of 4,400 acres of forest and natural habitat, Superior Municipal Forest is the third largest forest within a city in the United States. It is a great place for hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, and even archery hunting (must have a city permit). In the winter, the forest
Enjoy the sights and beauty of Superior ON the water. Rentals are available for as little as fifteen minutes up to a whole day. Explore on your own or sign up for one of many guided tours, such as Paddle the Island, WI Point Lighthouse Paddle, or the Light’SUP evening tour. They even offer
Makwa Ziibiins Miikana (Bear Creek Trail) is an approximately 4.5-mile compacted gravel hiking and biking trail. The trail begins at Bear Creek Park and end at Wisconsin Point Road just north of Moccasin Mike Road. The trail has multiple wooden crossings and bridges and is good for all skill
Superior and Douglas County has more than 100 miles of maintained summer trails, and more than 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails during the winter. Gandy Dancer State Trail, Saunders State Trail, Wild Rivers State Trail, and Tri-County Corridor are a few of the trails that connect to
The North Country National Scenic Trail is a nationally recognized scenic trail that runs more than 4,000 miles across eight of the northern United States. The Superior Hiking Trail makes up a portion of the trail through Minnesota’s North Shore into Superior & Douglas County. Pattison State