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Thunder Bay Accommodation

Here are some featured hotels, motels, long-term rentals, lodges/cottages, and campgrounds in the Thunder Bay area:

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view listing for Penn Lake Park And CampgroundAccommodationPenn Lake Park And Campground

The park offers 16 campsites with 30/15 am service and 2 RV sites with 50/30/15 amp service. An additional 8 unserviced sites are suitable for tent camping. All serviced sites have sewer and potable water. WifI available.

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view listing for Duck Bay LodgeAccommodationDuck Bay Lodge

Looking for a quiet getaway in the Ontario area? Look no further than Duck Bay Lodge. Come relax with us and enjoy the beautiful scenery Duck Bay has to offer.

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view listing for Stillwater Park CampgroundAccommodationStillwater Park Campground

Conveniently located on the Trans-Canada Hwy 11/17 in Nipigon, Ontario Canada. 5 minutes away from downtown Nipigon and 1 hour east of Thunder Bay.

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view listing for Comfort Inn by Journey's EndAccommodationComfort Inn by Journey's End

80 units conveniently located 1 km south of the Trans Canada Highway, providing easy access to Arthur Street Marketplace, Thunder Bay International Airport, Confederation College and Lakehead University.

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view listing for KOA Kampgrounds & ResortAccommodationKOA Kampgrounds & Resort

90 acres of spruce, birch and poplar which shimmer with color in autumn. Our campsites are tucked in the trees and in wide-open sunshine. We have camping cabins & *NEW* lodges. Heated Swimming Pool 18 Hole Mini Golf 300 Yd Driving Range

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Thunder Bay Attractions

Here are some featured local attractions, museums, historical sites, and festivals:

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view listing for Shelter House / Thunder BayAttractionShelter House / Thunder Bay

acts as a lifeline for hundreds of men, women, and youth. People come to the Shelter to have their basic needs met. These men, women and youth are often struggling through an emotional or financial crisis.

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view listing for Nolalu Eco CentreAttractionNolalu Eco Centre

Welcome to Northern Ontario's largest solar- wind- powered straw bale facility. The Nolalu Eco Centre, and Eco B & B, a place for relaxing, and meeting inspiring people – all connected to “living lightly” on this fragile planet.

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view listing for Emerald Greens Golf CourseAttractionEmerald Greens Golf Course

With eye catching and undulating fairways, lined with Pine trees paired up with flawless greens, should gratify any experienced golfer. This 9 hole course is open to the Public with a magnificent Clubhouse that is fully licensed.

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view listing for Fort William Historical ParkAttractionFort William Historical Park

One of Canada's top outdoor attractions, Fort William Historical Park has something everyone will enjoy: award-winning historic programs, festivals and event, an astronomical observatory, a scenic campground, and outdoor adventure opportunities!

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view listing for Centennial Golf CourseAttractionCentennial Golf Course

This is a beautiful 9 hole public course and suited to golfers of all levels. There is a four station driving range and a practice green

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Travel Services

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view listing for Avis Car & Truck RentalTravel ServiceAvis Car & Truck Rental

You get "we Try Harder" service at over 4,400 Avis Rent A Car Locations worldwide.

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view listing for Thunder Bay International Airport (YQT)Travel ServiceThunder Bay International Airport (YQT)

major airport for northern Ontario. The terminal is southwest of downtown, just past Thunder Bay Expressway and Arthur (see Map). It is accessible from the Trans-Canada Highway, and is only minutes for the city's south downtown.

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view listing for Enterprise Rent-a-CarTravel ServiceEnterprise Rent-a-Car

Unlike other rental car companies, Enterprise focuses on neighborhood markets. We specialize in renting to people who need a temporary replacement car or a vehicle for a special occasion.

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view listing for National Car And Truck RentalTravel ServiceNational Car And Truck Rental

National Car Rental operates in over 3,000 locations, and operates over 275,000 quality vehicles that serve over 15 million business & leisure travelers annually.

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view listing for National Car and Truck RentalTravel ServiceNational Car and Truck Rental

National Car Rental operates in over 3,000 locations, and operates over 275,000 quality vehicles that serve over 15 million business & leisure travelers annually.

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Thunder Bay Intown Attractions

Boat Docks overlooking Lake Superior

There is lots to see and do around Thunder Bay in the city. Take a tour of the city's shoreline, either from land or by boat.

You can visit a museums, lots of parks and waterfront greenspace, and activities and sports to keep anybody busy (and happy). We even have a page that has tips on hundreds of things to do with kids.


Nearby Towns & Attractions

Highwayside Time Zone Sign West Of Thunder Bay

There's lots to do, if you want to get out of town. Heading west along the Transportation-Canada, you can see the massive Kakabeka Falls, called the Niagara Fall of the North.

West of there, visit the towns dotting Northern Onario's Canadian Shield, including Atikokan, Ignace, Sioux Lookout, Dryden, Fort Frances, Nester Falls, and Kenora. Most of these towns are making their living either from foresty or from tourism.


Thunder Bay Accommodation

Prince Arthur Hotel

There are many accommodation options in the area, from first class hotels, to motels, beds & breakfast, long-term accommodation, wilderness lodges and camping.


Away: Travelling Out of Town

We even have lots of tips for getting away, including other countries' Online Travel Offices, links to travel guidebooks' web sites. We even have links to sites that can help you plan a honeymoon, eloped wedding, or romantic getaway. To round things out we have information about Canada & US Customs, a listing of Canadian embassies and consulates around the world, and an overview of our airport(s) and links to airports around the world (so you can check what to do during connections between flights)


Sustainable Travel & Eco-Tourism

Going Green: Eco-friendly content!

We recogize that travel inherently uses a lot of energy and a lot of resources, since it involves moving us (and our luggage) large distances around the world. Here are a number of suggestions for reducing our impact as well as our "carbon footprint".


Travel Feature

For those travelling between Canada & the US, those entering (or re-entering) the U.S.A. BY AIR are required to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document. As of January 31, 2008, these rules include those entering the USA BY LAND OR SEA.

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