Superior’s spectacular natural setting at the far western end of Lake Superior signals that a visit here holds special delights. The city’s deep-water harbor is an international inland ocean port linked to the Atlantic Ocean by the St. Lawrence Seaway.
A four-mile-long sand bar in the harbor affords wonderful bird watching, particularly during the spring and fall migrations. Fine sand beaches and a lighthouse are additional attractions.
Outside the city, the unspoiled landscape beckons with 431 lakes and the state's tallest waterfall, 165-foot-high Big Manitou Falls in Pattison State Park, only a 12-mile drive south of Superior.
Superior-Douglas County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Friday the 13th Flashlight Tours
Tour the darkened Fairlawn Mansion with flashlights and learn about the superstitious life of the Victorians. Tours will leave every half hour. Not recommended...
A World of Accordions Museum
Harrington ARTS Center houses non-profit institutions of international importance: A World of Accordions Museum (World's largest, America's only significant...
The Old Firehouse & Police Museum
Former fire station built in 1898 originally housed five horse-drawn rigs, including the City of Superior's first steamer. Home of Wisconsin's Police & Fire...
Pattison Park Golf Course
Pattison Park is a beautiful 9-hole course located on Highway B on the outskirts of Superior, Wisconsin. We feature 2,056 yards of play from the longest tees...