Hot Tub Covers Thunder Bay
The largest city in Northwestern Ontario and the largest outbound port on the St. Lawrence Seaway System, Thunder Bay is known as the Lakehead because of its location at the head of Lake Superior. Thunder Bay serves as the link between eastern and western Canada, enabling access to grain, mining, hot tub covers and other resources via the Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian National.
Take a harbour cruise and check out Port Arthur and all it has to offer. Yes, it is true, the Sleeping Giant rests here for all to see. Don’t worry, he’s harmless. Knowen as the number 1 Wonder of Canada, this spectacular set of flat table top mountains creates the illusion of a giant lying motionless on the horizon and dominates the view.
Other Thunder Bay attractions include the Fort William Historical Park, a complete reconstruction of the original fur post built in 1815 knows as Fort William, the Terry Fox Memorial including a statue of this amazing man that marks the very place he had to abandon his run for the cure, the Thunder Bay Community Auditorium which is the home of the amazing Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra, and the Thunder Bay Art Gallery which is recognized as one of the most important representations of the art of the First Nations.
If you are an outdoor enthusiast looking to escape, Thunder Bay offers some of the most beautiful access to the Boreal Forest and Canadian Shield. Enjoy its long rolling hills and bedrock outcrops, home to many natural waterfalls including Kakabeka Falls, Silver Falls and Trowbridge Falls. And if mining is your thing, enjoy mining for amethysts in some of the shallow surface mines scattered across the landscape. After a long hard day of hiking, remove that hot tub cover, jump into the hot bubbling water and relax as you take in your amazing Thunder Bay experience.