Things to do in Thunder Bay
Days Inn - Thunder Bay North is centrally located with easy access to the area’s top attractions and activities. This Lake Superior destination is best known as a gateway to outdoor adventures: watersports, sailing, fishing charters, championship golf, and skiing in winter. The Terry Fox Monument and Fort William Historical Park are also must-see spots for any Thunder Bay visitor.
Several community amenities are within a five-minute drive of Days Inn - Thunder Bay North including shopping at Intercity Shopping Centre, golf at Thunder Bay Golf & Country Club, and performances at the 1,500-seat Thunder Bay Community Auditorium.
Thunder Bay Attractions
Festivals & Events
Check the local calendar for favourites: Thunder Bay Blues Festival, Folklore Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, and Canadian Lakehead Exhibition Annual Fair.
Where to eat
Several dining options are within walking distance of the hotel, from fast food to restaurants with outdoor patios. See more.
With hundreds of lakes and rivers in the region, Thunder Bay is a haven for boating and watersports including kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, and sailing on Lake Superior.
Visitors can stay at a wilderness fishing camp or hire a guide for an excursion on one of the lakes and rivers in the area. Fishing charters depart from Thunder Bay, Armstrong and Beardmore.
Golfers will meet their challenge on one of 12 lush courses in Thunder Bay.
Two alpine resorts, Loch Lomond and Mount Baldy, offer skiers and snowboarders downhill thrills. At four Nordic ski areas you can ski groomed trails, wilderness, and a racecourse. The region also has thousands of kilometers of well-maintained snowmobile trails through boreal forests.
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.