The Twin Ports Region – Something for Everyone!

Located at the westernmost tip of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake, Duluth is located halfway between Minneapolis/St. Paul and the Canadian border. The region is a beautiful area in which to live, work and play.

With a population of 86,000 Duluth is the third largest metro area in Minnesota and has been recognized for its splendors by dozens of magazines, websites and publications in recent years. Duluth is praised for its outdoor adventure offerings, arts, theater, music, culture, outdoor adventures, cuisine, and much more.

Duluth is a four-season city — as breathtaking in winter white as it is in summer green. Any time of year, you’ll find an entirely new place to explore. The quiet of the forests and the splendor of the Lake Superior shoreline mesh into a experience that will both relax and rejuvenate you. Duluth is home to an incredible system of hiking, biking and ski trails, 129 city parks, sculpture gardens and rose gardens, world-class fishing, craft breweries, a fun arts and food scene and much more.

The Twin Ports of Duluth, MN and Superior, WI offers 2 universities, 2 colleges, several technical schools and other higher education opportunities.

Learn more about what the region offers:

Duluth News Tribune

Duluth Shipping News

St. Louis County Historical Society

Duluth Parks and Recreation

City of Duluth

St. Louis County

Visit Duluth

Greater Downtown Council

Duluth Chamber of Commerce

Cloquet Area Chamber of Commerce

Hermantown Chamber of Commerce

Duluth Area Association of Realtors

Minnesota School District Map & Contact Links  WLSSD employees make their homes throughout the region; Duluth, Cloquet, Carlton, Hermantown, Proctor, and Wrenshall School Districts in Minnesota, and Superior and Maple School Districts in Wisconsin are all host to WLSSD kids.