So you're planning your buddies bachelor party.  It can kind of get overwhelming.  There are 4 major rules to a bachelor party:

1.  Make sure it's fun

2.  Nobody goes to jail

3.  Nobody goes missing

4.  No one goes to the hospital

So what can you do?  I've come up with a list of places you can go and have a great time.

Strip Club

It's a pretty obvious and traditional choice.  Most guys think you need to go to a strip club or at least have a stripper at the bachelor party.  There are several strip clubs in the Twin Ports.  Saratoga in Canal Park (make sure its not jazz night), Centerfolds in Superior, and Lady Vi's in Superior.  They all have cover charges and you can burn through cash really quick.


Duluth/Superior Golf Courses

Quite a few of my friends have gone golfing as a kick off to the bachelor party.  There are tons of area courses.  You might want to consider using our Northland Golf Trail Card,  you can buy it on our website, you'll save quite a bit of money.

For the bachelor party, make it an afternoon tee time.  And try to pace yourself with the drinking.  We've got tons of local courses in Duluth, Superior and surrounding areas.c


Paintball

Nothing prepares a man for the years of being beat up by his wife like a good paintball outing.  Just make sure it's at least a week away from the wedding to let the injuries heal.  A good place locally to check out is Superior Paintball.


Sporting Event

If you can find a box suite somewhere, then that is a blast.  You can go to a Twins game, a Bulldog hockey game at Amsoil Arena, Vikings game, or a Huskies game.  Last time I was at the Amsoil arena I though how cool it would be to have a bunch of my friends up partying in one of the suites.  They're really nice!


Party Bus

This is a great idea that doesn't get boring.  A bus that drives you around from bar to bar, the party will morph after every stop, and maybe gain people/lose people.  So if you're getting bored at one place, hop on the bus.  Everyone gets around safely and has a good time.  If you have enough people pitching in, it's relatively cheap.  Several places offer party buses in the Duluth/Superior Area.