Thunder Bay Tourism is your gateway to four season fun. This web site recommends only the finest of establishments.
We hope you enjoy your vacation in the Thunder Bay area.
Well you sure can't beat our luck this weekend. Fishing up at Ogoki Frontier on Whiteclay lake was amazing and we missed all the rain that hit the Thunder Bay area! The Walleye were hitting steady on small minnows especially at the Moncreath River rapids.
Paul Boucher owner of Ogoki Frontier exclaimed that he felt like he won the lottery with all the other outfitters iced in but he and his 4 main camp areas were wide open for pre-season maintenance. Good thing with first customers expected on May 23.
If your looking for some of the best fishing action around you might want to check out Ogoki Frontier this year!
Eagle Canyon, located just 30 minutes north east of Thunder Bay is a must see if you are traveling through Northern Ontario.
Stay a day or a full week, there is lots to see and do.
If accessibility is an issue, don't worry, they have motorized carts that they will happily chauffeur you around on.
For more information about our newest attraction in Northern Ontario or for information about the suspension bridge contact the fine folks at Eagle Canyon
We have some of the finest canoeing anywhere. Clean, crisp, unspoiled lakes that provide the best tasting fish ever served over an open fire. Try our walleye, you will be amazed.
Some of our road side picnic spots are stunningly beautiful locations! This waterfalls just west of Ignace is signed only with a brown picnic table sign post.
Tall pine trees and a half dozen separate outlooks over this spectacular falls were located less than a minute from the highway.
Canada doesn't seem to advertise these beautiful spots. They are intimate and personal; perfect for a glass of wine and a picnic lunch.
Thunder Bay Residents cool off in the Current River at the Cascades Conservation Area. Visitors can access this popular swimming hole by going to the end of Balsam Street. It is a pleasant 10 minute walk in from the parking lot.
For safety reasons bring water shoes and please avoid the temptation to dive or jump in as the water depth varies substantially.
For Camping on the Current River see Trowbridge Falls.