Fort William Historical Park is located in Thunder Bay in Ontario’s Superior Country. Take a step back in time at the world’s largest fur trading post. The park makes a detailed effort in recreating the days of the Canadian fur trade and the North West Company. On 250 acres, there are 57 heritage and modern buildings that are utilized to immerse visitors in the history along with era actors to guide you through. Find out what the fur trade life was like, from culture to crafts, medicine to business, domestic life to heritage farming.
Besides the extensive historical programming Fort William Historical Park offers a plethora of programs that include overnight experiences, educational programs, artisan workshops, conferences, banquets, festivals and recreational opportunities.
The David Thompson Observatory at the park offers many interesting events and programs year-round for visitors to explore the sky with state of the art telescopes.
The Park also offers a RV and tenting campground nestled on the banks of the scenic Kaministiquia River. Amenities include; 20/30/50 amp service, picnic areas, firepit rings, gift shop, ice, firewood, paved wheelchair accessible pathways, river access, dump station, comfort station and there are even nightly RV rental available.