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• Population: 86,211
• Land area in square miles: 67.79
• Persons per square mile: 1,272
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City of Duluth Adult Softball League:
The City of Duluth offers men’s, women’s, and co-rec recreational softball leagues. All players must be at least 18 years of age, unless they are 17 and have just graduated from high school. Games will be played on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights at the Wheeler Athletic Complex.
Registration Begins: March 2018 and run through mid-April 2018.
Season Begins: First week of May 2018
Season Ends: August 2018
Printable softball bylaws, registration form, and team roster available Here
City of Duluth Youth Ultimate Frisbee League:
City of Duluth Parks and Recreation is excited to announce the 2018 Spring Ultimate Frisbee Youth League! The league is open to youth ages 7 to 15 and all skill levels are encouraged to participate. It will build upon the growing participation in youth ultimate Frisbee in Minnesota and provide girls and boys too young to play in other leagues the opportunity to play organized ultimate Frisbee. The league will also work to improve team-building, cooperation, and communication for kids looking to get involved with team sports. All games will be played at the Duluth Heritage Sports Center (120 N 30th Ave W) on the Seitz turf.
Registration Begins: March 2018
Session I: Wednesdays, April 4 - May 2, 2018 (no games April 18) from 7-8:30pm
Session II: Wednesday, May 9 - May 30, 2018 from 7-8:30pm
City of Duluth Youth Flag Football League:
Flag Football is a fun, non-contact sport that teaches boys and girls in grades 2nd through 5th the fundamentals of football, while offering lessons in sportsmanship and teamwork. Games are typically scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays. All games are played at the Wheeler Softball Field Complex at 3501 Grand Ave, Duluth MN 55807.
Child's grade is based on the 2018-2019 school year.
Registration Begins: May 2018
Season Begins: September 2018
Season Ends: October 2018
Additional Sports Information:
Duluth Golf proudly offers golfers two outstanding golf facilities with 27 holes each. Both facilities are managed by Bill Casper Golf.
For More Information, go to: http://www.golfduluth.com
Enger Golf Course (1801 W Skyline Pkwy, Duluth, MN 55806) - 218-723-3451Just south of downtown set atop a high bluff, Enger Park treats golfers to enjoyable experiences and breathtaking views of Duluth Harbor. Built in 1927 near the historic Enger Park Tower, the 27-hole course features three, distinct parkland-, links- and traditional-style layouts. Ranging from 3,168 to 3,359 yards, the par-36, “Front 9,” “Middle 9” and “Back 9” presents golfers with distinct experiences as several holes run through densely wooded areas while others navigate around scenic ponds and strategic bunkers. Four sets of tees ensure fun but fair tests for all handicappers.Lester Golf Course (1860 Lester River Rd, Duluth, MN 55804) - 218-525-0830Just north of downtown, is well known for its natural beauty and panoramic views of Lake Superior on 20 of its 27 holes. Opened in 1932, the classic layout is set alongside the Lester River and meanders through open expanses and densely wooded areas. At 3,182 and 3,189 yards, respectively, the par-36, “Front 9” and “Back 9” courses present golfers with generous fairways, exciting elevation changes and gently undulated greens. The “Lake 9” course was added in 1985 and offers a longer and more challenging layout at 3,417 yards.
Duluth Area Pickleball Association
Pleasure Outdoor Skating Rinks
Woodland (3) - Osakis & Allendale (map it) Wheeler (4) - 35th Ave West & Grand Ave (map it) Longview (5) - 326 North 25th Ave East (map it)