Nearby Activities and Attractions
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park
Drop by the Sleeping Giant Provincial Park for breathtaking views of Lake Superior and the surrounding area including 80 km of incredible hiking trails with many spectacular geological features such as the ‘Sea Lion’ and Tee Harbour.
A short distance away lies panoramic views of a 150 metre wide gorge and sheer cliffs that drop 100 metres straight down to the canyon floor. A trail and boardwalk connects two lookout platforms with spectacular views of the canyon. Find Arctic plants, usually found 1,000 kilometres north, survive in the unique environment at the bottom of the canyon.
City of Thunder Bay
The City of Thunder Bay boasts a wide variety of activities, festivals and events. Thunder Bay is the gateway to Canada’s great outdoors, situated on the shores of the world’s largest freshwater lake, embraced by the Nor’Wester Mountain range, Thunder Bay is a vibrant urban community in a wilderness setting. The largest city on Lake Superior, Thunder Bay is only 90 minutes by jet aircraft from the major international airports of Toronto and Minneapolis. With the Trans-Canada Highway alongside the city, Thunder Bay is accessible to all types of vacationers.
Fort William Historical Park
Fort William Historical Park is the leading heritage and cultural attraction that brings people from across North America to our area to experience northern hospitality, be entertained, and conduct business – just like we did two hundred years ago.
Lake Superior Circle Tour
The Lake Superior Circle Tour is a distinct 1,300-mile circle tour by highway around the world’s largest and most famous freshwater lake will absolutely amaze your senses. Lake Superior’s changing moods and awesome power will thrill and fascinate you. Simply enjoy the natural beauty of the water with its 2726 miles of shoreline, cliffs and beaches.