Pumpkins, corn mazes, tractors! Take a country drive to check out the fun family activities going on in the Thunder Bay area this fall. Belluz Farms Fall Wonderland Fall Wonderland activities run weekends from September 28-October 27, including Thanksgiving Monday. Take a farm wagon tour, do a little pumpkin bowling, make some crafts, ride a pony, visit the animals, wind your way through the two-acre corn maze and try a hidden pumpkin hunt. You can also buy some fall treats a
Raise your hand if you like free stuff! Here’s our list of the best FREE summer fun for families in Thunder Bay in July and August 2018. 1. Go to a Border Cats game
This summer, kids 12 and under get in free to Sunday afternoon home games, starting at 1:35pm at Port Arthur Stadium. Get some ice cream and cheer on the Cats!
More info Thunder Bay Border Cats on Facebook 2. Visit a fire station Big red trucks, big rubber boots, big fun: To visit a Thunder Bay fire station, all
Fall brings back-to-school, beautiful colours, cooler temps—and lots of fun activities for Thunder Bay families. Here’s what’s on this month, from world-class baseball to fall fairs. September 1-10 U-18 Baseball World Cup 2017, Port Arthur Stadium and Baseball Central Batter up! For 10 days, the world’s best young baseball players from Canada, Cuba, the US, Japan, Mexico and more will be playing 50 games in Thunder Bay at the U-18 Baseball World Cup. Day passes for kids range
It’s that in-between time of year…the end of snow forts, but the parks aren't quite play-ready yet. Fortunately there are a number of fun kid-friendly events in Thunder Bay in April, from ski hill shenanigans to breakfast with the Easter Bunny. (It really is all about the Bunny this month, isn’t it?) Here’s the lineup: March 31, April 1
Disney's Mulan Jr., Confederation College Mulan performed by 7- to 11-year-olds in the All the Daze program: wow! A cool way to introduce kid