Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park located 19 miles (30.8 kms) west of Thunder Bay, in Ontario’s Superior Country Region was originally established as of 1955 and is known for being the “Niagara of the North” due to it’s 40 metre high waterfalls. Kakabeka Falls is the second largest waterfalls in Ontario and travelers from all over make sure to stop and take in the wonderful views. Kakabeka Provincial Park is on the northern shores of Lake Superior along highway 17.
Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park features viewing platforms for the waterfalls and camping in nearby campgrounds. Some of the main things to do in Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park include biking, birding, discovery program, hiking, and winter activities. The park is open year round for day use but the campgrounds are open May to October. The campgrounds are for a more rustic experience and you can camp with a tent or car in the option of three campgrounds. Whispering Hills, Riverside, and Fern’s Edge are available to stay at.