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Several public parking lots and ramps are available in the vicinity of Downtown Duluth and in limited places along the earlier parts of the course for spectators to use as a part of Grandma's Marathon.
Thousands of runners and spectators are expected descend upon the City of Duluth and surrounding areas this weekend. Being on time for the events, whether it be racing, meeting the family for the spaghetti dinner or gathering to enjoy the entertainment under the Big Top Tent, getting there and finding parking will need to be factored into your travel. Here is VERY helpful information to get you
Grandma's Marathon draws thousands of visitors to Duluth each summer, and all of those thousands of people need a place to park. In addition to the traditional places offered for parking, the City of Duluth has announced they will offer more options to residents and visitors participating or watching the race.
Grandma's Marathon is the busiest weekend in Duluth every year, and traffic and parking can become a challenge. Here is some helpful information on parking, so you know where you're going before you get there!