Chippewa Park is located on the shore of Lake Superior, south of Thunder Bay, Ontario. From May Long Weekend to Labour Day Weekend (Canadian dates) the park operates a children's amusement park which features a C.W. Parker Carousel that was built between 1918 and 1920. There is also a Wildlife Park which is home to a number of animals native to North Western Ontario. There is a public beach and views of the 'Sleeping Giant'. Chippewa Park also has cabin accommodation, RV sites and tenting sites. The park also has sandy beaches, views, and a public zoo which features birds and animals native to the area.Work out when and for how long to visit Chippewa Park and other Thunder Bay attractions using our handy Thunder Bay visit site .
The Friends of Chippewa Park is a Not-For-Profit organization, founded in 2002, whose aim is to "restore Chippewa Park to its full potential". TFOCP raised and invested over $6 million to preserve the Park's "rich history, renovate and improve the physical grounds & structures, and enhance its natural beauty for all to enjoy". With a membership of neighbours, friends, and citizens, TFOCP work to re-establish Chippewa Park as a destination of choice. Their mission statement is " To provide public amenities and to preserve, protect and promote the public park known as Chippewa Park located in and owned by the City of Thunder Bay with the intention that the park reaches its full potential as a public recreation area to the full benefit of the community."
Chippewa Park Reviews
I love going to chippawa park so much to see and do.lots of walking trails and a very sandy beach just down the road. lots of camping room and a store. music on Sunday afternoons,(weather permitting). more »
Gorgeous scenery, lovely place to go for a walk, there's some really neat rock peninsulas to go out on. Sandy Beach is a lovely place for a dip on a warm day. There's a nice play ground and soccer fie... more »
An amazing park and a great experience. Not very many people go here so it's kind of like one of those hidden gems to go to if you just want to relax or have a fun family outing. The only reason I didn't give the park 5 stars is because it's not very well maintained but thats the city's fault. In conclusion I would 100% recommend you go here as it was quite an amazing experience!
Only reason for 2 star is the scenery. Otherwise only come here with lots of people. And keep a close eye on your car and children.
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