686 Memorial Avenue
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 3Z5
Phone: (807) 344-6688
Fax: (807) 345-6833
Established in 1981 as the official venue for Canada Summer Games, Canada Games Complex has since been open to public. The complex has been the primary recreational facility of the city. The complex includes a swimming pool, fitness-training areas, squash courts, saunas, a restaurant to name a few. Visit their website for more details.
Constructed in 1909, Tourist Pagoda was built with an intention of attracting visitors to the city. The octagonal green-roofed structure has a beaver engraved over the entrance which represents Canada. It overlooks the scenic harborfront adding to the beauty of the structure. It was designated as a National Heritage Site of Canada in 1986.
Thunder bay city was earlier known for fur trade by Europeans and today it attracts several businesses along with tourists. Fort William Historical Park is a major attraction in the city. Tourists can also look for crystals in small amethyst mines. There is also room for several recreational activities in Thunder Bay.