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Centennial Park

Something for everyone! - a replica 1910 Logging Camp and Logging History Museum, the Muskeg Express an operating narrow gauge railway once used by a local timber company; a childrens' playground and hobby farm; and a chalet with concessions and an indoor picnic area.  Hiking and mountatin biking trails along the Current River conntect the park downstream to Boulevard Lake and the new Hydro One scenic lookout and upstream to Trowbridge Falls Park & Campground where you can walk to the Cascades Conservation Area or ride to the Cascades Consesrvation Area or ride to the Shuniah Mines mountain bike area.  In winter, ski on over 10km of groomed trails, book a sleigh ride or try the toboggan slides.

Access at Arundel Street from Highway 11/17 via Hodder Avenue


Park: Open Year Round
Logging Camp: Mid June to September long weekend: 8 am - 8 pm
Muskeg Express Train Ride:
(Weather Permitting)
Weekends in June: Noon to 4 pm
July to first Monday in September: 
Wednesday to Sunday noon to 4 pm
Sleigh Rides: Call (807) 625-2941 to arrange

Address: c/o City Parks Division
111 Syndicate Ave S,
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 6S4
Tel:: (807) 683-5762 (Centennial Park)
Tel: (807) 625-2313 (Admin)

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