The Municipality of Neebing welcomes you! Neebing is a large rural municipality (88,000 hectares/217,453 acres) filled with amazing scenic vistas, wildlife and hiking trails. If your passion is outdoor activities, Neebing is one place you won’t want to miss. Situated between the City of Thunder Bay and the US border, the Municipality of Neebing is easy to reach. Highways 61, 608, 597, 595 and 593 traverse the municipality, Lake Superior is right on our doorstep, and Thunder Bay Airport is 20 minutes north of Neebing.
Discover the sunken ships in Lake Superior. These water access only sites are sure to give you an adventure you will never forget. Search for the tug boat graveyard around the shoreline of Flatland Island where many tug boats sank around the 1950’s. Set sail for Thompson Island Provincial Nature Reserve or plan a canoe trip on the water portion of the Trans Canada Trail known as The Path of the Paddle.
Explore the hiking trails, the stunning scenic views, sculpted artwork benches and two breathtaking waterfalls: High Falls and Middle Falls. Visit our many community parks, Pigeon River Provincial Park, Little Trout Bay Conservation Area and the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s Big Trout Bay Nature Preserve. Discover a plethora of wildlife amongst the rugged Nor’Wester Mountain landscape and tree-clad shorelines. You might even catch a glimpse of peregrine falcons, bear, moose, deer, wolves and many other species.
Local boat launches provide direct access to explore Lake Superior, Cloud Lake and Oliver Lake and pavilions with picnic tables are available in many of these areas. Fishing opportunities abound on Lake Superior as well as on several small inland lakes. Fish for salmon and trout, walleye, smallmouth bass and northern pike. Launch your kayak for a paddle along some on the most beautiful shoreline in Ontario.
Neebing belongs to The Heart of the Continent Partnership. A Canadian/American coalition working together on cross-border projects promoting the economic, cultural and natural health of the lakes, forests and communities.
Visit our unique local businesses such as Eagle Ridge Trout Ponds, Thunder Oak Cheese Farm, Mink Mountain Resort, Slate River Dairy, Niibing Tribal Tours and the Thunder Bay Observatory. For more information on our local businesses visit our shop local page
Whether it’s hiking, biking, geocaching, boating, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, ATV riding, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, or a scenic ride on your motorcycle, a visit to Neebing is a must. Stay for a day, a week, or a lifetime! NEEBING – CHOOSE YOUR ADVENTURE.