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Thunder Bay's Secret Lookout Is Perched On The Edge Of A Cliff

If you would love to marvel at a panoramic lookout but hate hiking, we have the activity for you.

You can enjoy jaw-dropping views from the edge of a cliff at the Thunder Bay Lookout.

The bucket-list-worthy attraction is inside Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, and it is so easy to reach.

Instead of walking for hours, you can drive along the dirt road and park near the lookout.

Only steps away, you'll reach the flat boardwalk that goes right over the cliff.

There you'll be able to marvel at the spectacular views of the glistening blue water of Lake Superior and the city of Thunder Bay.

When you are ready to return to your car, all you need to do is turn around and return the way you came. It couldn't be easier.

Thunder Bay Lookout

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Thunder Bay, Unorganized, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is a great pit stop on your next road trip. But make sure you head here in a car that can handle the uneven dirt road.

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