Allyndale Motel

510 N 66th Ave W, Duluth, Minnesota, 55807, United States
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  • Families83
  • Couples60
  • Solo100
  • Business80

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How to get from Duluth to Copper Harbor?

by APlymat

I can't seem to find out how to get from Duluth to Copper Harbor via bus or boat or any means of transportation. Even Duluth to Hancock would work. Any ideas?

Thanks

Re: How to get from Duluth to Copper Harbor?

by bocmaxima

No boat. Greyhound goes to Hancock, but the route from Duluth has to connect in Minneapolis _and_ Milwaukee, so it takes a while.
http://www.greyhound.com/

Re: How to get from Duluth to Copper Harbor?

by yooperprof

Michigan Tech in Houghton has a electronic ride share board. You might find someone from there who is going to Duluth for the weekend and can give you a ride on the way back.

http://irhc.students.mtu.edu/orb/

My hunch is that once you get to Houghton/Hancock it shouldn't be too hard to find someone to give you a lift to Copper Harbor.

Travel Tips for Duluth

There IS a budget motel

by jtur88

The Chalet Motel is at 1801 London Road, a block off I-35 at Exit 258---thats up past Duluth on the lakeshore. The Chalet is an old highway motel, very casual, and popular with sportsmen who are looking for a place to take their boots off after a day in the woods. Very well managed by a friendly staff, and much much cheaper than any of the mainline motels. It's in a tight location, and hard to see from a distance. Probably around $30. Phone 218-728-4238

Skyline Parkway

by acemj

If you're coming from the Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul) on I-35, you'll see signs for Skyline Parkway before you reach Duluth. This is the much more scenic way to arrive in Duluth from the West. You'll drive over the city and pass beneth the Engen Tower, which affords great views over the city. There are multiple viewpoints where you can pull over and take photos.

If theres a fair going on...

by photobf

If theres a fair going on while you're here, make sure to go, Minnesotans love food on a stick! There's corn on a stick, corn dogs, pork chops on a stick, ribs on a stick, cotton candy on a stick...no if they could only put Tom Thumb donuts on a stick...Tom Thumb donuts are the BEST!!! Have some!
...don't forget the beer garden!

Most Important Thing to Bring to Duluth--Camera

by BrendaSonnabend

Make sure to bring a coat, even in the summer as when the wind comes of the lake it can get chilly. But be sure to bring along summer clothes too because if you go to Miller Hill it can be 20 degrees warmer up there! Make sure to bring your camera as Duluth is such a beautiful city and there are many photo opportunities awaiting! There are numerous campgrounds aroung the area including the state parks. There are very few beaches for swimming in the immediate Duluth vicinity but a lot of the motels do have pools. They say it is safe to swim in Lake Superior at Park Point in July but otherwise the water is way too cold. And there is a great beach on Park Point too. Most importantly, remember to bring a little of everything on your trip to Duluth.

Gooseberry Falls State Park

by NateWill22

Just an hour north from Duluth, on the beautiful North Shore of Superior, lies a small, but very impressive state park with some awesome waterfalls! They are easy to get to, and are often full of other tourists, but still very neat to see. I spent about an hour here looking at the different falls (upper, lower, and middle). The falls were the most impressive to me, falling around 40ft from a big cliff that you could actually walk around on! It's a must see on the North Shore for sure!

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Address: 510 N 66th Ave W, Duluth, Minnesota, 55807, United States