The Best Hiking Trails in Thunder Bay

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Thunder Bay, ON. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


751 Centennial Park Road, Thunder Bay, ON P7A 7K9

Since 1967

Indoor and Outdoor Picnicking, Hiking, Cross Country Skiing, Tobogganing, Logging Museum, Farm Animals, Muskeg Express Mini-Train Ride, Picnic Tables, Barn with Animals, Playground Area & Recreation Trails

It covers approximately 147 acres (60 ha) along the shores of the beautiful Current River in the heart of the City's north side - The park features many replicas of the equipment and living conditions on logging camps in the early 20th century

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June - September: Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 7:00 pm September - May: Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

It was and it is still one of my favorite place in Thunder Bay. I brought my kids playing in the park and we went for hikes and see the animals. I enjoy the view and the clean pathways to hikes. Now that my kids are older, i still go there for walks. It is a nice place, for everybody.
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1157 Balsam Street, Thunder Bay, ON P7G 1Y2

Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Snowshoeing, Lake River Reservoir, Education Interpretive, Handicapped Access, Facilities Rental, Picnic Facilities, Dog Walkers & Jogging

The paved trail offers a wheel-chair friendly, accessible route through the surrounding trees with more challenging trails branching off along the way - Offer users the opportunity to explore the rushing rapids of the Current River


Lots of hiking options here. A nice walk along the river meets another trail for a short walk to the falls. Lots of rocks to climb on and a beautiful river cascading over them. We saw people swimming and it looked really enjoyable. The yellow trail from the parking lot is a straight shot the the river.
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3112 25th Side Road, Thunder Bay, ON P7K 1B7

Trail Running, Hiking, Walking, Outdoor Activities, Benches, Bridges, Dam, Butterfly Garden, Interpretive Signs, Nature & Park

It’s one of those places you drive by all the time without realizing that there is such a big green area just out of sight

Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

Great trail. There is lots of flat straight stretches, while the trail down to the dam gives some good variety. The only unfortunate thing preventing this area from being more stroller friendly and wheelchair accessible is the barrier up at the entrance (it's a flat horizontal bar at about knee height, probably to prevent motorized vehicles).
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