The Municipality of Neebing incorporated in 1881, located in the District of Thunder Bay consisted of the Townships of Blake, Crooks, Pardee. January 1st, 1999 is when the annexation of Scoble and Pearson occurred forming the now larger Municipality. Neebing has a total area of 88,000 hectares (217,453 acres).
Situated between the City of Thunder Bay and the US border, The Municipality of Neebing is easily accessible by car, boat and plane. Highway 61, 608, 597, 595 and Highway 593 traverse the municipality. Sailing or boating on Lake Superior will easily bring you to Neebing. Thunder Bay International Airport is a short 20 minute drive north of Neebing.
Neebing is filled with amazing scenic vistas, wildlife and hiking trails. If your passion is outdoor activities Neebing is one place you don’t want to miss! If it’s wildlife, you will see the peregrine falcons, bear , moose, deer and many other species.
Pigeon River Provincial Park is a day use park where you can explore the hiking trails, the stunning scenic views, sculpted artwork benches and two breathtaking waterfalls, High Falls and Middle Falls. A perfect place to enjoy an afternoon picnic.
Little Trout Bay Conservation Area allows you to enjoy the sparkling waters of Lake Superior. A boat launch provides access for you to explore Lake Superior. A pavilion with picnic tables and barbecue area is available for use. Walk the trails, and discover a plethora of wildlife amongst the rugged landscape and tree-clad coasts.
Fish Bass and Rainbow Trout in a relaxing environment where everyone has a good chance of catching something! At Eagle Ridge Trout Ponds take some home for dinner or book the barbecue and have a picnic. There are also two cabins available for rent, a sauna, and an in ground solar heated pool!
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at around 10:30am Thunder Oak Cheese Farms is open to the public where you can watch them make traditional Dutch cheese
Go scuba diving, kayaking, or canoeing over the sunken ships in Lake Superior. These sites are only accessible by boat and are sure to give you an adventure you will never forget. The Howard sunk on June 13th 1921 just off the coast of Victoria Island a 115 feet long tug boat that weighs over 195 tons. Also search for the tug boat graveyard around the coast of Flatland Island where are many tug boats sank around the 1950’s.
Sail to the harbor of Thompson Island Provincial nature reserve for day use. Enjoy the experience of scenic lookouts to continuing on the journey for further exploration in Neebing.