View a live image of the Park Point beach, plus find out water and wave current conditions, the UV index forecast and if there are any current swim hazard risks to be aware of.
Cross the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge in Canal Park to reach Park Point. Stretching for 7 miles, Park Point Beach is the longest freshwater sandbar in the world!
There’s nothing quite like watching a 1,000-foot vessel pass by under the Aerial Lift Bridge. View the shipping schedule to see when boats, from all around the world, are estimated to arrive or depart from Lake Superior’s Harbor.
Canal Park Web Cams
Want a live look at Canal Park, Lake Superior, the Duluth Harbor, or the Aerial Lift Bridge? Check out these local webcams from around the area.
Glensheen Lake Cam »
A live view from the Glensheen Mansion grounds of their pier and the shore of Lake Superior.
Canal Park Duluth Harbor Entrance Cam»
This webcam from the Lake Superior Marine Museum Association and the Duluth Seaway Port Authority provides a perfect view of the Canal Park lighthouses and the canal leading into the Duluth Harbor, under the Lift Bridge.
Duluth Harbor »
Courtesy of the Great Lakes Aquarium, watch the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge live from the harbor side. http://glaquarium.org/explore/harbor-cam/
Duluth William A. Irvin View »
Watch the WDIO TV harbor cam for a look at the DECC rooftop view towards the William A. Irvin and hillside, near Canal Park and the Lift Bridge.
Tower Cam »
Get a sky-high view of the Duluth hillside and Canal Park with WDIO TV’s tower cam.
Duluth Harbor Cam Channel »
Check out the list of live web cameras on the right-side navigation bar for views of Canal Park, Bayfront Park, the Harbor, and more.
Live at Spirit Mountain »
Check out the live view at the top of slopes, courtesy of Spirit Mountain.
Duluth Beach & Canal Entrance »
Take a peek at the shores of Lake Superior and it’s lighthouses from the Park Point beachside of the Lift Bridge near Solglimt Bed and Breakfast.
Beach Cam & Water Conditions »
Scroll to the bottom of the page to get a look at the beach at Park Point. Plus, find water and wave conditions.