Kakabeka Falls is about 20 minutes west of Thunder Bay on HWY 17. Just past the city of Kakabeka, you will see the park entrance on your left. The falls are beautiful,
While camping outside Thunder Bay, Ontario, my road-trip crew and I wanted a way to diverge from the touristy route and engage in something a little more interactive.
Sleeping Giant Provincial Park was my favorite place to explore in the Thunder Bay region, and I regret not spending more than a day here.
This rocky Giant peninsula at
3 of 5 stars
Thunder Bay Agate is one of three places in the world where agates are found in veins, and the only agate mine in Canada.
The owners are extremely friendly and helpful,
Red Rock to Nipigon Trail connects the two towns, following the scenic Nipigon River in the northernmost section of Lake Superior, passing through a variety of habitat and
Terry Fox was an amputee that was walking across Canada to raise money for Cancer. He made it a good distance and collapsed in Thunder Bay. He was a major story up in
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