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Who is the Best of the Lake in 2014?

Wednesday, April 09, 2014   by: Staff



Voting now open for the 2014 “Best of the Lake” awards
Lake Superior Magazine’s annual Best of the Lake voting is under way – with several new awards up for grabs.
Each year, readers of the 35-year-old, award-winning Lake Superior Magazinechoose their favorite sights, restaurants, lodgings and recreation near Lake Superior for the Best of the Lake list.
Among the new award categories in 2014 are Best Annual Event, Best Shopping Experience and Best Local Fish Dish or Sandwich.
The 2014 voting link:
We encourage area residents to stuff the ballot box and support their favorites. 
Best of the Lake votes will be accepted through June 1. 
In all 12 categories, a winner will be chosen for Michigan, Minnesota, Ontario and Wisconsin – voters can pick the best on each shore.
This year's categories:
  • Best Spectacular View
  • Best Local Fish Dish or Sandwich
  • Best Restaurant or Lodging Staff
  • Best Overnight Stay or Lodging
  • Best Shopping Experience
  • Best Art Gallery/Museum
  • Best Toe-dipping Beach
  • Best Family Attraction
  • Best In-town Hike
  • Best Waterfall
  • Best Boat Ride
  • Best Annual Event
The April/May issue of the magazine, available on newsstands now, includes a pull-out ballot. Anyone can go online and vote at, too.
Winners will be announced in the August/September issue of Lake Superior Magazine.
Each winner will receive an award certificate and a special badge for its website.
The list of winners appears in our annual Lake Superior Travel Guide, too.
About Lake Superior Magazine
Named the Magazine of the Year by the Minnesota Magazine & Publishing Association, Lake Superior Magazine is a family-owned publication, now in its 35th year.
Its offices and outlet store are located at 310 E. Superior St. in Duluth, Minnesota.
Contact: 888-BIG LAKE (888-244-5253) or locally at 218-722-5002, or at
Find us on Facebook (Lake Superior Magazine) and Twitter (@lakesuperiormag).


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frnlak 4/10/2014 11:53:11 AM Report

They should add another selection. The most spectacular man made eyesore catagory. This would no doubt be the wind turbines from Gros Cap to Wawa
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