Thunder Bay Parks, Trails & Places
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The Pigeon River Provincial Park measures about 949 hectares (2345 acres). The large park and river valley are well known for its deep gorges, rock walls, waterfalls, white water river rapids and canyon cliffs.
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Highway #61
Thunder Bay
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A paved 550 metre walkway follows the banks of the river leading to exhibits including a tug boat, sculpture, monument and railroad train.
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Syndicate Avenue
Thunder Bay
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The memorial pays tribute to Terry Fox from Port Coquitlam, B.C. who attempted to run across Canada (5300 miles) with a prosthetic leg in an effort to increase awareness and to raise money for cancer.
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Hodder Avenue
Thunder Bay
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The Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area is currently the largest freshwater protected area in the country and throughout the world. It is also home to the largest freshwater fish breeding in Canada called the lake sturgeon and the site of 6 lighthouses.
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Highway #17
Nipigon
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The boardwalk lookout provides a 180 degree view of Thunder Bay including views of Lake Superior, The Sleeping Giant, Kaministiquia River, Fort william First Nation and the Thunder Bay International Airport.
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Mission Road
Thunder Bay
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The 60 hectare (147 acre) park is best explored by a network of recreation trails. The main double-wide trail leads explorers to historic venues and to other services and amenities like a day use picnic area, playground, hobby farm, concession and craft boutique.
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Centennial Park Drive
Thunder Bay
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Summer activities enjoyed in the park include hiking, sightseeing, camping, biking, picnicking, swimming and wildlife watching. During the winter months the trails combine to form 15 kilometres of groomed xc ski trails.
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Highway #11/17
Thunder Bay
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The historical fort includes over 42 replica buildings which once housed and served fur trappers, French Canadian voyageurs, pioneer farmers and the Ojibway and Metis First Nation people.
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King Road
Thunder Bay
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The Marina Park walking pathways lead to attractions like the old CN Train, art sculptures and a skateboard and BMX Park. Decorating the paths and park with colors are an assortment of flower gardens, grass lawns and flags waving in the breeze.
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Red River Road
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The paved pathways circle around two duck ponds and cross over small foot bridges before connecting to picnic areas and nationality pavilions and gardens representing culture and tradition of various countries.
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Hyde Park Avenue
Thunder Bay
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The activities enjoyed in the park include hiking, sightseeing, birdwatching, picnicking, mountain biking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, camping, backpacking & wilderness camping. During the winter months xc skiing is very popular in the park.
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Highway #587
Thunder Bay
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The 110 hectare (276 acre) Chippewa Park has a long history in Thunder Bay dating back to the 1920s.Other attractions located in the park include a wildlife park, amusement rides, train ride and two beaches. Sandy Beach is a supervised swimming beach while the Chippewa Beach is an unsupervised beach
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City Road
Thunder Bay
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The park is a year round day use park highlighted by a supervised sandy beach with a roped off swimming area and a float, a historic bridge and a good selection of paved trails and picnic sites.
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Arundel Street
Thunder Bay
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