Things to see and do - Thunder Bay
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Sitting on the northwestern shore of Lake Superior, the city on Thunder Bay is an important port. On its waterfront the 32ha/79-acre Keefer Terminal shifts cargoes among ships, trains and trucks. Prairie grain arriving by rail, accounting for about 70 percent of port activity, is cleaned and stored in the port’s nine grain terminals for transfer to the huge ships of the Great Lakes fleet. As the largest Canadian city on the lake, Thunder Bay has assumed the role of a metropolis, despite its relatively small population; it boasts a symphony orchestra, an art gallery and a lively theatre scene.
Tourist attractions Thunder Bay : Things to see and do
CDN - Thunder-Bay P7G 1P3
This route passes several interesting features northeast of Thunder Bay.
1350 King Rd. CDN - Thunder-Bay P7K 1L7
Located on the Kaministikwia River, part of the trade route to the northwest, the fort of the great rendezvous has been superbly reconstructed. From the visitor centre, visitors can walk through the woods to the palisaded fort, which is almost a town..
High-St. (entre John-St. et Red-River Rd.) CDN - Thunder-Bay P7E 6S4
Located on a cliff above Port Arthur, this park provides a good view of the port, elevators, ore dock and, in the distance, Sleeping Giant and the islands that close the harbour mouth. The park also features a Lake Superior Regiment memorial honoring..
Hotels Thunder Bay
1041 Carrick Street CDN - Thunder Bay ON P7B 6L9
550 Harbour Expressway CDN - Thunder Bay ON P7B 6P4
Prix Prices from : 114 CAD
Offering a free daily breakfast, TownePlace Suites by Marriott Thunder Bay features an indoor pool and fitness centre. The accommodation enjoys a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave and dishwasher. All the studios are heated and air conditioned..
645 Sibley Drive CDN - Thunder Bay ON P7B 6Z8