Fort William Historical Park
Voted one of Canada's top ten attractions! Experience the life of a voyageur;
join the fun and excitement at the world's largest fur trading post.
Every day, colorful historic characters introduce you to life at
Fort William Historical Park.
Amethyst Mine Panorama
Amethyst Mine Panorama,
North America's largest amethyst deposit, is an active, working quarry.
Walking tour of mine site, interesting informative talk on history and geology of the mine and the mineralogy of amethyst.
Famous as the "Niagara of the North", Kakabeka Falls
is a spectacular 40 meter (131 ft) high waterfall and steep rock-walled river canyon.
Excellent viewing advantages are provided from the boardwalk and observation pods.
Luxury sailboat charters aboard "Frodo", a 40-foot Finnish built sloop.
Visit Sail Superior online for more information.
Terry Fox Monument
A 9 foot bronze statue, set on a 45 ton granite base commands a breathtaking view of Lake Superior.
Erected in memory of Terry Fox, the courageous one-legged runner who embarked on a cross-country run for cancer research.
Visit the Terry Fox Monument online for more information.
offers a magnificent view of Thunder Bay's harbor set against the background of the Sleeping Giant.
The Park provides a boardwalk with lookout decks, walkways, and a multi-use picnic and recreation area.
Soroptimist International Friendship Garden
The Soroptimist International Friendship Garden
is a stunning salute to our multicultural heritage. This 15 acre park was organized by the Soroptimist Club as a Centennial gift to Canada and the city.
Lakehead Region Conservation Authority
Explore networks of trails and view cascading falls and sparkling waters.
Excellent bird watching, fishing and recreational opportunities await.
Visit the Lakehead Region Conservation Authority online for more information.
Lakehead Regional Green Spaces Guide
This useful online guide identifies and describes more than eighty green spaces located with easy traveling
distance of Thunder Bay. Some of the many parks and conservation areas have been established to preserve unique geological features.
Visit the Lakehead Regional Green Spaces Guide online for more information.
Kaministiquia River Heritage Park
Home to the historic James Whalen Tug, permanently moored in the park.
The Kaministiquia River Overlook
is the first phase of a multi-phase heritage park development.
Centennial Park 1910 Logging Camp
1910 Bush Camp, a Logging History Museum and a Small Animal Farm developed for the enjoyment
and education of children.
provides one of the finest scenic views of the city, the harbor and the Sleeping Giant. The Park features a unique Sunken Gardens, with more than 70
varieties of flowers.
is a 150 meter (492 ft) wide gorge with 100 meter (328 ft) high canyon walls and awe inspiring views.
Founders Museum and Pioneer Village
The Pioneer Village,
located at Founders Museum, takes you on a walk through the past, with a general store, pioneer home, church and community hall.