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Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park is situated to the west of downtown Duluth. The neighborhood is defined by Interstate 35 to the south, Skyline Parkway to the north, 40th Avenue West to the west, and West 15th Avenue to the east. Highway 53 cuts through Lincoln Park, somewhat isolating the eastern portion of the neighborhood.

Straddling Miller Creek, and encompassing 35 acres, is Lincoln Park, the heart of the neighborhood. One of the oldest parks in Duluth, Lincoln Park was originally named Garfield Park during it's creation in 1890. With natural features including waterfalls, gorges, glacier-formed landscapes, and 120-year-old trees, it has been a popular stopping place for tourists and Duluthians alike for over a hundred years.

Lincoln Park is predominately residential, with single family and multi-family homes inter-mixed with small businesses, community and institutional buildings and industrial sites. The main residential transportation corridor is along Third Street, with major commercial and industrial traffic on Michigan and Superior Streets. 

The Lincoln Park Business District stretches from Garfield to 40th Ave. West along Superior Street and Michigan Avenue. The Lincoln Park Business Group is leading efforts to attract, retain and expand existing businesses in Lincoln Park.


At Home in Duluth Coordinating Agencies

Residential District 
Business District

One Roof Community Housing    
12 E. 4th Street
Duluth, MN 55805


West Duluth CDC
331 N. Central Avenue
Duluth, MN 55807


See what else is going on in Lincoln Park!

Connect to the Lincoln Park Citizens Patrol on Facebook. They meet on the second Tuesdays of the month at Harrison Community Center (3002 W. Third Street). 

Interested in Active Living and Smart Transportation? Check out  Lincoln Park on the Move, sponsored by the State Health Improvement Program.  They meet on the third Tuesday of the month, from 5:00 - 6:30 pm at Ecolibrium3 (2304 W.  Superior Street), dinner provided. Click here for their action plan.

How about improving access to frsh, healthy food in Lincoln Park? Join the Lincoln Park Fair Food Access Campaign on Facebook.

The Harrison Community Club meets at 6:30 pm on the first Mondays of each month, at the Community Center (3002 W. Third Street). 

Network with other Lincoln Park business owners and be part of the revitalization of the commercial corridor: Lincoln Park Business Group, 2002 W Superior St, Suite 8; 218-727-6573. 

The Citizens Federation is a key advocate for senior and health care issues. They offer a variety of affordable health care options, including prescription plans and senior partners care, as well as additional member benefits. 2110 W. First Street, #102. 218-727-0207; Email: