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Enger Park, Duluth

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Park · Landmark
Enger Tower and Park was dedicated June 15, 1939 by Crown Prince Olav and Crown Princess Martha of Norway in memory of Bert Enger (1864-1931). The land where Enger Tower is built was left to the city by Mr. Enger. Enger, a native Norwegian was a successful businessman/furniture seller in Duluth.

Enger Park is one of Duluth's great tourist attractions. The park consists of Enger Tower, several garden areas, hiking trails, and the "Peace Bell" from Duluth's sister city in Japan.

Hiking trails leading through Enger Park are open for people to use throughout the year.
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  • Even in Winter, we could tell Enger Park has so much to offer. We were able to get a decent parking spot at the base of the hiking trails. It's a short hike to the main park area where the paths...  more »
  • We have been here several times over the years. It is fun to visit any time. It was our first time visiting it during a snow storm! Great for the whole family and it's free!  more »
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  • What a gorgeous park! I came here on the way home from a school field trip to Duluth. We had time to stop and climb the tower and explore the park, and I was extremely impressed. The park itself if absolutely lovely, beautiful paths and landscaping, and the views are incredible! I would definitely recommend stopping here if you're visiting Duluth in the summer or fall. There was a wedding happening while we were there, so I'd even recommend it as a wedding venue! I'm not sure how walkable the paths are once the weather is colder and icier, but it's a gorgeous place. I would definitely recommend climbing the tower. Thanks for the good memories, Duluth!
  • Absolutely beautiful. My wife and I got engaged and married here, looking out over the harbor. Coming in early to mid October is peak for getting the most fall color! Check out the hiking trails around the park. Open bathrooms, wear hiking boots, check out the peace garden while you are there.

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