My home town....no special reason to visit
"Where I --really-- live"
Although I often say "Duluth, Minnesota" when asked for my location, my home is legally found in on the far, rural edge of the adjacent suburb of Hermantown. In areas nearer to the City of Duluth, you'll find ugly overflow sprawl from the Mall Area, following Highway 53 northwestward into the center of the city (shaped in as the standard 6 mi x 6 mi township, except with 2 mi2 missing for the airport, which is part of Duluth), including the local Wal-Mart, several car dealerships, strip malls, and movie theaters, as well as suburban-style homes and developments. Moving farther in the area takes a more rural character, and you see more cleared fields in addition to the standard forest/wetland combination, which I think helps break up some of the monotony.
Hermantown doesn't have a "downtown", as does Proctor and (of course) Duluth, although the city paper, the Hermantown Star mentions "Downtown Hermantown" as the forementioned district of strip malls and the like. The only special historical or cultural possession of the city that I'm aware of are the many Jackson Homes dotting Arrowhead Road. These brick edifices were built during the Great Depression (1930's) as a way of creating self-sufficient homesteads. Most have been added on to and expanded in various ways, but their general appearance remains, and they're an interesting (though hardly old) relic of that era. A heavily-trafficked snowmobile trail runs through the city, and there are some parks, though even as a resident I'm not very well aware of them.