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Thunder Bay

Country
Canada
State
Ontario
City
Thunder Bay
Type of Location
Multiple
About Location

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Places to Visit
How to Reach

By Bus

As a result of this, your best way to get between these two zones is by bus. Up-to-date schedules are available on Thunder Bay Transit's official website.

By Train

Thunder Bay has not been served by passenger rail since 1989 due to a politically motivated right-of-way dispute between Via Rail and Canadian Pacific Railways.

By Plane

Thunder Bay has a commercial airport that lies approximately 15 minutes west of the downtown center. There is one Transit bus that passes by every 30-40 minutes during the week and weekends. Hotel shuttles are also available for the Airlane Travelodge hotel and the Valhalla Inn hotel.

Key places to visit
Raven Ecoventures, Fort William Historical Park, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Kakabeka Falls, Silver Islet


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Places to Visit

Raven Ecoventures

Take a guided wilderness canoe trip or ecotour in this land of lakes, trees and moose.

Fort William Historical Park

A recreation of the days of the North West Company and the Canadian fur trade circa 1815. Over 40 buildings on 225 acres, it offers a look at fur trade life, culture, rafts, medicine, business, domestic life and heritage farming. RVs and tent campsites are now available, and pets are welcome.

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

Enjoy a hike along one of the beautiful trails at Sleeping Giant. Take Top of the Giant, a challenging 25km return (I think) trail to a spectacular lookout over Tee Harbour, Lake Superior, and a rugged cliff's edge. In March, Sleeping Giant hosts the Sibley Ski Tour, a Thunder Bay tradition.

Kakabeka Falls

Kakabeka Falls is a waterfall on the Kaministiquia River, located beside the village of Kakabeka Falls in the municipality of Oliver Paipoonge, Ontario, 30 km (19 mi) west of the city of Thunder Bay.

Silver Islet

Silver Islet refers to both a small rocky island and a small town site located at the tip of the Sibley Peninsula in northwestern Ontario. It was the first silver mine in Ontario.

Right Time to Visit

January - April
September - December

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