Duluth Parks: An Outdoor Tradition

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WDSE-WRPT celebrates Duluth's longstanding love affair with the outdoors through an historical documentary focused on the creation of the city's iconic parks; activity in the parklands from ski jumping to picnicking. And a look at lovely leisure as well as exhilarating recreation in our parks today.

WDSE-WRPT presents a new documentary

Duluth Parks: An Outdoor Tradition

PBS North: March 6, 7pm; March 11, 2:30pm; March 14, 8:30pm; March 17, 5pm
PBS Explore: March 18, 4pm

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With its thousands of acres of open space, dozens of parks, trails and streams, and the world’s biggest freshwater lake it’s no wonder Duluth was named the nation’s best outside town. Glorious parks featured will include Skyline Parkway, Cascade Park, Chambers Grove, Fond du Lac, Lincoln Park, Chester Park, Lester Park, The Waterfront, Lakewalk and Bayfront Park, Leif Erikson and Rose Garden, Fairmont Park, The Zoo, Spirit Mountain, Hartley Park. Producer, Pamela Fish and Videographer/Editor, Ted Pellman.