Duluth Area Ice Cream Shop Guide


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When my daughter asks for ice cream, I rarely ever say no.  The ask usually comes after a full day of errands, a hot hike, or a sweaty day of summer camp – seriously, how could I say no? Wherever our activities have us, as locals we know an ice cream shop is nearby, and now you know, too! Check out the ice cream shops listed below, you really can’t go wrong with choosing an establishment in Duluth.

Love Creamery {Vegan and Gluten-Free options}

1908 W Superior St
366 S Lake Ave
* Love Creamery products are also sold at Glensheen, Whole Foods Co-op locations, Yellow Bike Coffee, Cedar Coffee in Two Harbors, and Great Lakes Aquarium.

Camp Creemee {Vermont Style soft-serve located inside Wild State Cider}

2515 W Superior St

Crank and Dasher

600 East Superior Street Fitger’s
* Crank and Dasher products also sold at Vitta Pizza

Bridgeman’s {Home of the Mega Malt!}

2202 Mountain Shadow Dr

Portland Malt Shop

716 E Superior St

Sara’s Table at Chester Creek {Organic and/or Vegan}

1902 E 8th St

Gordy’s Hi-Hat {malts}

 415 Sunnyside Dr. Cloquet MN

T-Icy Roll {hibachi ice cream rolls}

4602 Grand Ave

Cold Stone Creamery

 349 Canal Park Dr
1017 W Central Entrance

Grandma’s Ice Cream Boxcar

436 Canal Park Dr

The King of Creams

502 E 4th St

Chilly Billy’s Frozen Yogurt

1010 Woodland Ave
Miller Hill Mall
For more food suggestions, check out our Kids Eat Free guide!


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Andrea Jang
A lake girl at heart, Andrea is thrilled to be a Duluthian! She lives in the Hillside with her husband, daughter (plus two angel babies that are with them in spirit), and two rescue pups. As a bi-racial and multicultural family, they have hopes and dreams of visiting her husband’s family in South Korea someday soon. Tiny joys that make her heart happy include: doodling, searching for sea glass, coffee with friends, fiber art, plants, a good vintage thrift find, music and great food & drinks. She also finds purpose in serving on the Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Justice (DEIJ) committee at her daughter’s school, and also on City Mom Collective’s Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility (IDEA) committee. You will find her building community, connections and friendships in the northland as the owner of Duluth Mom. She invites you to visit her on Instagram or on LinkedIn.