Your canoe adventure starts with a "bush-train" ride into the Wabakimi wilderness to see and experience the boreal forest and Canadian Shield. After unloading your canoe and gear from the train, your paddling journey begins. While paddling and portaging through the park, you might happen upon a rare and elusive woodland caribou, a huge Canadian moose, a beaver, a playful otter or a majestic wolf. As you canoe through the pristine waterways, you’ll have a chance to drop your line and possibly catch the biggest fish of your life. At the end of the day as you sit around the campfire and enjoy the sunset, you will hear the call of the loons off in the distance. The delicious wild blueberries alone will bring you back to see us!
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Thunder Bay, gateway to the North, is located on the shore of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake. It has everything you need for your adventure and all the urban culinary and cultural attractions to complete your memorable epic adventure. While in Thunder Bay, explore back in time to the year 1815 to experience the fur trade at Fort William Historical Park. There are 42 authentic, reconstructed buildings on the site and actors in period dress to bring it to life. For more outdoor adventure and gorgeous panoramas, head east on Highway 17 and visit the cliffs of Sleeping Giant Provincial Park via its hiking trails. For regional travel information, visit Northwest Ontario.