Welcome to Superior-Douglas County, nestled on the western tip of the Great Lake
Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world. Located in the northwest corner
of Wisconsin and next to northeastern Minnesota’s City of Duluth.
Our famous Twin Ports, one of the busiest in the nation, is the leading bulk
cargo port on the Great Lakes. We are one of the most popular leisure Destination’s
on Lake Superior because of our incredible scenery, rich history, unique attractions,
colorful events and recreational opportunities.
We are also a popular meetings and conventions destination. Facilities include:
Barker’s Island Inn & Conference Center, a 3000 square foot banquet center for
up to 340 guests; multiple venues on the
UW Superior campus including the Yellow Jacket Union and
Wessman Arena-22,000 square feet for 1200 guests;
Harrington Arts Center-700 person auditorium;
Head of the Lakes Fairgrounds/Superior
Curling Club-700 guests; St. Croix Inn-300 guests;
WITC Superior-210 guests; The Shack -150 guests; plus numerous facilities for
smaller groups. Douglas County is also home to two uniquely designed Retreat Centers
set on their own lakes…Minnesuing
Heartwood Conference Center & Retreat. Whether a quiet retreat for a small group
or a corporate conference for a large group, they have the meeting facilities and
accommodations to make your event a success.
Lodging, restaurants, shopping and entertainment options are plentiful. Experienced
staff provide support services to ensure your event is not only successful, but
the best experience possible for your guests.
We guarantee your guests will have fun! Click on our ‘Things to See & Do’ link
for a list of the unique entertainment options and call us today!
Book your next meeting or convention by the greatest of the Great Lakes! Superior~Douglas
County, Wisconsin. Unique Attractions. Rich History. Rugged Natural Beauty.
Superior~Douglas County Convention & Visitors Bureau
205 Belknap St.
Superior, WI 54880
Our mission is to provide cooperative action to enhance and encourage growth
of the tourism industry in Superior-Douglas County