Summer is finally here and we’re so excited to get out on the water. With the heat rising, it’s important to find ways to stay cool while you’re out having fun. And you’re in luck: Cook County actually boasts more water than it does land, making it the perfect place to cool off from the summer heat. Add some of these water adventures to your summer bucket list:
With an abundance of outdoor activities, historical museums and dining & entertainment options, there’s an adventure for everyone in Cook County all year round. Cook County really comes to life in summer when days are longer and temperatures are warmer. From kayaking on Lake Superior to fishing along the Gunflint Trail, there’s so much to see and do this summer in Cook County. It’ll be Labor Day before you know it, so we whittled the list down to 10 essential summer activities.
Talking Tourism with Linda Jurek - Hygge and the DMO Life
I love traveling. It doesn’t matter if I’m driving a local backroad that I’ve never encountered before or if I’m in Duluth waiting for my plane to taxi down the runway and take me away. I’m writing this blog from Chicago’s O’Hara. I just eavesdropped on an entire conversation of a young couple and a dad returning from a ski trip to the Canadian Rockies. Oh how I wanted to tell them to go to Lutsen. : )
The solstice is nearly upon us, let us help you to find what you need to know about the summer solstice and why we should celebrate it!
In 2017 the official date of the summer solstice is June 21st.