"Wisconsin's northern port" Superior by yooperprof
Superior Travel Guide: 12 reviews and 25 photos
Superior is a town of about 30,000 that serves as a kind of sister city to Duluth, as the extreme western end of Lake Superior. Like its larger neighbor, Superior was created as a port linking the northwoods and the great plains with the vital Great Lakes shipping system. Presently, Superior is more of a service city, as these days most of the shipping business is firmly based in Duluth.
Mansions from the late 19th century dot the streetscapes of Superior, and the largest, Fairlawn, is well worth a visit.
Barker's Island is a man-made spit of land that lies immediately offshore from US 2 in Superior. It's home to a marina,... more travel advice
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