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Sleeping Giant Provincial Park

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Address: Pass Lake, Thunder Bay, Ontario P0T 2M0, Canada
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Located on a rugged peninsula of thick forests, several lakes, and high...

Located on a rugged peninsula of thick forests, several lakes, and high granite cliffs, this scenic wonderland offers nature walks, camping and fishing activities.

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A Great Spot!

We decided to camp here for three nights but ended up staying just 2, because the weather just did not cooperate. Since this was our first experience camping I have nothing to... read more

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18 reviews
3 attraction reviews
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

We decided to camp here for three nights but ended up staying just 2, because the weather just did not cooperate. Since this was our first experience camping I have nothing to compare it to but the camp ground was really nice. I did find it to be a little cramped though, which worked out for us because there weren't... More 

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Thunder Bay, Canada
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6 reviews
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Great spot for hiking you cant miss the chimney hike or chest hike. If you want to camp in interior you have to book it.

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Thunder Bay, Canada
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4 reviews
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

If like camping, this would be a perfect choice , open for summer. U pay a fee to get in for a day or as long as you want.

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Keswick, Canada
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

I hiked some of the easy trails by myself on a cold and wet May weekday. Not many other people around. I was not really prepared for my hikes and since traveling alone, I would recommend coming prepared. I lost my cell signal most of the time in the park. So many beautiful things and views to see in the... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful vistas and rugged hikes. Bring bug spray and good shoes, water and snacks. This is a remote trip but beautifully kept parking areas and trails. Get a good walking map and plan according to your degree of fitness. None of these trails are shorter than about a half mile and many are 3-5 miles long. You can drive up... More 

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1 Thank Brenna K
Winnipeg, Canada
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3 reviews
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a popular hiking spot but Ontario parks can't provide the map online? I've been researching and I appreciate other hikers posting their map. But really? Ontario Parks won't provide it online so I know what to expect and to prepare myself? As if only the camping sites are important. I have to read every blog available just so I... More 

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Brantford
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29 reviews
18 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a must visit when you are near Thunder Bay. The hiking trails and scenery are amazing! Campsites are beautiful too! We stayed on site 200 - on Marie Louise Lake. Very private and right on the water! No need to walk down to the beach :)

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1 Thank Steph D
Edmonton, Canada
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7 reviews
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The view from anywhere is spectacular even though the drive there takes awhile it's well worth the visit

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1 Thank paininasstojoin
Thunder Bay
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

What an awsome place to take your family or just yourself to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Its only about 25 mins from hodder ave. Turn off is right across from the flying j on hwy 17. Beautiful picnic areas and camping areas. Many sites and lookouts to see, and trails to adventure around. Just... More 

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Thunder Bay, Canada
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

the park is absolutely beautiful with lots of wildlife, hiking trails, and super views. It is surrounded by lake superior which is really like a freshwater ocean. If you want to get away from city life and enjoy nature this is for you. The camp sites are nice but remember to come fully supplied as there is no corner store.

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