Falls of Miller Creek Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Duluth’s park system boasts 129 municipal parks, playgrounds, and public places— lots of room to roam, to be sure. Best of all, several of these parks include scenic creeks flowing through heavily forested ravines that feel so isolated, it is difficult to believe you are in a big city. Lincoln Park was one of Duluth’s first city parks and is home to a very busy stream. Miller Creek’s waterfall collection starts just inside the park entrance, where the creek cascades under a sturdy stone bridge and slides over a broad, flat stone bed.
Halfway along, the water eddies in a rectangular-shaped pool perpendicular to the flow, shoots toward the north bank, and drops over a ledge to some smaller falls below. In places the falling water becomes trapped between wedges of rock, foams up, and spits out the nearest downstream exit."