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Browse 268 holiday rentals available in Thunder Bay District and discover a welcoming place to stay for your holidays. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo brings you the most economical offers and the highest rated properties in Thunder Bay District.
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The Weather in Thunder Bay County
Above are the weather conditions for Thunder Bay District. On average, the warmest month is August. No heat wave is expected in March, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a -9° low. The rainiest month is August, while the driest month is January.
Stay by Lake Superior's supreme shores in Thunder Bay holiday cottages
Chill out in a waterside cabin next to one of the area's many lakes including grand Lake Superior. Or experience Thunder Bay's downtown buzz, and live like a local in a historical flat above a shop.
Meat & fish
Man Vs. Meat knows what its customers want. Starting with purely Canadian poutine, they've got plenty of meat on the version here, from pulled chicken to braised beef and more. Go full carnivore with their loaded cheeseburger that includes bacon and pulled pork.
Hoito is unassuming but if you're in the mood for pancakes, this Finnish spot for Scandinavian comfort food has you covered. It's located in a historic building and is a testament to earlier immigrants whom you can thank for specials like the saltfish platter and spinach pancakes.
Early Thunder Bayers
Dive into the city's psyche at the Thunder Bay Museum. As a former courthouse and police station, this museum is a part of history. Travel back to days of French fur trading and First Nation tribes on the main floor, and see rotating exhibitions on the second floor.
Many early European settlers in the region were based at what's now Fort William Historical Park, a fur trade post. Set up as in 1815, this living history museum envelopes you in the past while also taking you to outer space in its stunning astronomy centre.
Fun at the waterfront
Leave it to Lake Superior Adventures to show you a good time on the deepest and largest of all the Great Lakes. With their range of packages, take it easy on a wine and cheese cruise, or up the ante for a hiking and sailing day trip.
Spend a leisurely afternoon meandering through the marina at Prince Arthur's Landing where there's always something to entertain you, from birds to boats to events. Nearby, the curious Thunder Bay Tourist Pagoda has been helping guide visitors for 100+ years.
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