There’s An Old Ruin In Lake Superior That Happens To Be A Popular Minnesota Swimming Spot

It should come as no surprise that Minnesota is full of excellent swimming spots. In a state nicknamed the Land of 10,000 Lakes, you would expect nothing less. We have swimming holes, riverfront and lakeside beaches, and even the nation’s first natural swimming pool. But the fun doesn’t stop there. Today, we’d like to introduce one of Minnesota’s most unique and unusual swimming spots. It’s in Lake Superior in Duluth, and it’s sure to delight those who love great views, history, and the lake’s cool waters. Read on below to learn more:

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Address: The CRIBS (Uncle Harvey's Mausoleum), The Lakewalk, Duluth, MN 55802, USA