Here are a few ideas of things to do in and around Thunder Bay…

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Things to do Around Town

Day Trips

  • Go to Kakabeka Provincial Park to see the beautiful waterfalls and go for a nice little hike on the Little Falls Loop
  • Drive out to the Thunder Bay Lookout at Sleeping Giant Provincial Park and/or do a short day-hike (Sea Lion, Middlebrun Bay, Piney Wood Hills, and Ravine Lake are all good distances for a day hike)
  • Take a drive out to Ouimet Canyon to take in Ontario’s Canyon Country
  • Check out the Superior Hiking website for more hiking ideas…

For Longer Stays…

You can also visit the Northwestern Ontario Tourism page for more information and ideas!
Thunder Bay’s Marina Park

Centennial Park

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park
Sailing on Lake Superior
    • me
    • June 4, 2017
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    Can people go cycling in Thunder Bay?

      • Curniss
      • June 4, 2017
      Reply

      That goes without saying, but since you asked…

      “[Biking] is my preferred method of transportation to get around Thunder Bay. In the past six years or so, there has been tremendous progress in terms of building bike infrastructure and drivers also seem to be getting used to sharing the road with cyclists. We have a few bikes we could lend out if anyone would be interested in biking around, otherwise you could see if any of the local bike shops (Fresh Air Experience, Petrie’s Cycle & Sports, and Rollin’ Thunder) have rentals available.” Note: For anyone interested in renting a bike, I would suggest calling ahead of time to see if there is anything available.

      A certain Michael McGoldrick wrote a great article about a few rides to do in Thunder Bay on his website, http://www.gobiking.ca. Here is the link: http://gobiking.ca/ontario-rides/cycling-around-thunder-bay/.

      There is also a local cycling club that organizes group rides around town. Maps of their routes can be found on their website by following the links in their calendar of scheduled rides (http://tbaycc.ca/pages/view/full-schedule).

      Happy cycling!

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