Cascades/Trowbridge/ Centenial Park
Thunder Bay, Canada
Cascades/Trowbridge/ Centenial Park Thunder Bay Reviews
A good Wilderness Camping Experience Dec 04, 2004
When in Thunder Bay one must come check out Centennial Park, Trowbridge and Cascades local parks.
Centennial Park is a recreation of a 1910 logging camp. It was created in 1967 as a centennial project.
There is a small animal area to see in the park and many old logging cabins. AS well you can ride an old mining train in the forest.
From there you can hike or bike or walk the trail system of Centennial which takes you over to trowbridge park and to Cascades where you can hang out in the water and enjoy the sun and rushing water.The Cascades Conservation Area is a 162 hectare conservation area is located north of Thunder Bay, Ontario and is accessible via Balsam Street. It is connected to Trowbridge Falls Park and Centennial Park by a series of hiking trails. The landscape features cascades in the river set against rock outcrops in a birch and poplar forest.
Trowbridge Falls is a 302 hectare conservation area located on an area of rapids on the Current River, across from Centennial Park. It is connected to Centennial Park by a small bridge, allowing access to trails in Centennial Park. It is also connected to the Cascades Conservation Area to the north. The park features 140 tent and trailer campsites , served by a small store, showers and restrooms, laundry facilities and a dump station. Cross country skiing is a popular winter activity in the park. According to local legend, the park is haunted.
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