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Fit Together logo thumbnailFit together: share your views on recreation!

Help shape the future of recreation in Thunder Bay! Fit Together, the City's Recreation & Facilities Master Plan, is being developed to guide future investment in recreational programs, services and facilities. more

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events

The City hosts a variety of performances, exhibitions, festivals and events year-round. From provincial and national sporting championships, to Canada Day, the Kite Festival and SnowDay, Thunder Bay loves to celebrate the best of music, culture and sport. more

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parks

Take advantage of the many parks and trails across the City, whether you're planning a picnic, biking, or taking a stroll with the family. more


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Recreational Activities

Make time to play! The City of Thunder Bay offers award-winning recreation activities, programs, services, events and facilities that enrich our community. more


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Accessible Activities

We value our high quality of life and promote a healthy community that is accessible to all. The City of Thunder Bay provides a variety of programs and services for people with disabilities. more


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Facilities

The City of Thunder Bay is proud to maintain a variety of recreation facilities including community centres, pools, fitness centres and older adult centres. more

 

community Programs & Services Guide

The Key is Thunder Bay's guide to programs and services and is published four times per year.

Contact Us

City of Thunder Bay
Community Services Department
Recreation & Culture
Address: Victoriaville Civic Centre
111 Syndicate Ave S
Thunder Bay ON P7E 6S4
Tel: (807) 625-2351
Fax: (807) 625-3395
Email: communityservicesdept@thunderbay.ca
 

Call 625-TIME to register for programs or for more information on recreational activities in Thunder Bay! People with a disability are encouraged to contact Inclusion Services for assistance in making time to play.