Top Thunder Bay Attractions & Activities
Welcome to Thunder Bay, the region's commercial, medical and outdoor hub.
It’s the gateway to countless adventures: sailing on Lake Superior, hiking in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, trophy fishing, championship golf, skiing, snowmobiling and more.
Both hotels are centrally located and put you close to everything. While you’re here, don’t miss the Terry Fox Monument and Fort William Historical Park, two of the city’s gems. Check the local calendar and catch favourite local festivals and events.
Favourite Thunder Bay Attractions
Travelling with the team?
Several arenas are about a five-minute drive from either of our Thunder Bay hotels: Canada Games Complex, Sports Dome, Lakehead University, Fort William Stadium and Thunder Bay Tennis Centre.
Where to eat
Several dining options are within walking distance of the Days Inn & Suites Thunder Bay and the Days Inn Thunder Bay North.
Thunder Bay is a haven for boating and watersports thanks to thousands of lakes and rivers in the region. You can go kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing or sailing.
Ever experienced a wilderness fishing camp? Try it in Thunder Bay. Or charter a fishing guide to help you land a trophy catch on one of the areas’ lakes and rivers.
There are 11 golf courses in Thunder Bay to challenge golfers of all levels.
Skiers and snowboarders love Thunder Bay’s Loch Lomond and Mount Baldy alpine resorts only 15 or 20 minutes away from the hotel. Cross-country skiers will find four Nordic ski areas in the area with groomed trails, wilderness, and a racecourse. Thousands of kilometers of well-maintained snowmobile trails traverse the region’s boreal forests.
Art Galleries and Studios
Discover one of Canada's most significant collections of Indigenous art at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, explore your creative side at The Creative and peruse sculptures, paintings and photography at Gallery 33. Whatever your medium, get inspired at Thunder Bay's numerous art galleries and studios.