Fun for Kids
|Kids can have fun just about anywhere and anytime (but hopefully not after bedtime) in North of Superior. Fort William Historical Park will be a big hit as will the region's farm experiences. They'll love our beautiful beaches, learning about nature in one of our many parks and much more. Seeing them have so much fun will bring out the kid in you as well - so start planning your family vacation in North of Superior today!
|Take some time to explore Ontario Parks. With over 330 parks, covering 9 million hectares that attract over 10 million visits each year, there is a lot to discover!|
Read about Ontario Parks' history to understand our natural and cultural heritage. Learn more about our organization, our mission and get informed about Ontario Parks legislation. Check out our Parks Blog for all the latest news and fun articles. Visit our homepage to read our current special notices, or become an Ontario Parks Insider and receive our regular summer and fall newsletters.
|The Friends of Chippewa Park|
|The historical Chippewa Park has been a favourite with city residents and visitors since it opened in 1921. Located on the coast of Lake Superior, Chippewa has one of the best views of the Sleeping Giant. With so much natural beauty here, Chippewa is an ideal destination for any activity. Stay over night in our tenting sites, new or historical tourist cabins or RV Park. Opening the long weekend in May, come get a thrill on our amusement rides or learn about our local wildlife at the Wildlife Park! |
|Nipigon Fall Fishing Festival|
|Join us for the Nipigon Fall Fishing Festival, the longest running festival on the north shore of Lake Superior. Planned events include:|
* Giant Penny Auction
* Three fishing derbies: a one day competitive salmon derby, a one day kids Huck Finn derby and a three day family derby
* Social / Dance
* Slow Pitch Tournament
* Antique Cars
Thousands in cash and prizes.
|On behalf of the people of Canada, Parks Canada protects and presents nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and fosters public understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment in ways to ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.|
Discover the wonder of Canada's national parks, historic sites and marine conservation areas!
|Attractions Ontario is the leading non-profit association for the attractions sector. Attractions Ontario is the only province wide trade association dedicated exclusively to the attractions sector of the tourism industry. It boasts a membership of over 500 attractions & tourism related organization, including public & and privately owned attractions in numberous categories.|
|Belluz Farms is a sustainable Pick-Your-Own and "Fresh Picked For You" fruit and vegetable farm, nestled in the beautiful Slate River Valley. In our Farm Market you'll find Fresh Picked produce, local meat, local cheese, maple syrup, preserves, honey and gift items. The Harvest Cafe features fresh local food. Experience the 4 acre Amazing Corn Maze, wagon rides, play area, farm animals and fresh country air! Always call ahead for exact hours and seasonal details|
|Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame & Museum|
|The Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame & Museum celebrates the rich sports heritage of the region. Visitors can view a variety of artifacts on display and learn about the many Hall of Fame members who have brought pride to the region through their accomplishments in sport. This heritage facility is wheelchair accessible and air-conditioned and is located in downtown Thunder Bay South, in close proximity to City Hall and the Thunder Bay Museum.|