The Giant Sleeps Here.  Thunder Bay's most prominent landmark is visible from around the city.

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park is one of many world-class attractions to greet visitors to this northwest Ontario city.  As the gateway to more than 150,000 lakes and rivers, the opportunities for outdoor adventure abound.  History buffs will enjoy stepping back into time at Fort William Historical Park.  Here costumed interpreters represent the roles and cultures of fur traders in the early 1800s.

With the gentle waves of Lake Superior lapping its shoreline, Thunder Bay is a popular summer holiday playground and facilities for RV camping are numerous.  In addition to the many private campgrounds along main highways, there are approximately 200 sites available for motorhomes at nearby Sleeping Giant Provincial Park.

Explore the region by road, air, lake, river - Thunder Bay has something on offer for all interests and activity levels.

Top 5 Things to Do

  • Hike the trails in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park
  • Step back in time at Fort William Historical Park
  • Get splashed at Kakabeka Falls
  • Visit Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park
  • Go Fishing

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For those who love performing arts with good dose of music and acting, you have come to the right place! Our listings below showcase the many talents within the Drumheller community that people travel far and wide to experience.

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