Miller Creek, Coffee Creek, Buckingham Creek, and the West Branch of Chester Creek, all flow through the Duluth Heights neighborhood.
According to the city's official map, the Duluth International Airport, the Miller Hill shopping area, and the Enger Park Golf Course are all located within the boundaries of the Duluth Heights neighborhood.
Duluth Heights was primarily undeveloped and rural before the 1970s, but the arrival of the Miller Hill Mall in 1973 brought a large number of businesses both in the building and outside, some migrating from the city's old Downtown district, forming the U.S. Highway 53 or Miller Trunk corridor. The area is more suburban in appearance than many other areas in Duluth.
- Kenwood (east)
- Piedmont Heights (west)
- City of Hermantown (north)
- City of Rice Lake (north)
- Central Hillside (south)
- Duluth, Minnesota
- U.S. Highway 53
- U.S. Highway 53 – Miller Trunk corridor
- Highway 194 – Central Entrance
- Arlington Avenue
- Arrowhead Road
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