The invasive species Emerald Ash Borer has recently been discovered within the City of Thunder Bay. Due to Kakabeka Falls’ close proximity to Thunder Bay please leave firewood at home to prevent the spread of these pests. Help us stop the spread of invasive species.
Wildlife monitoring cameras are in use; however any photos containing images of members of the public are deleted. Please contact the park if you would like more information on this topic.
Mailing Address: PO Box 252, Kakabeka Falls, ON P0T 1W0
Personal information is collected under the authority of Section 29 of the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act.
In order to assist the province with its efforts to keep Ontarians safe during this time, all provincial parks will be closed to the public from March 19, 2020 until April 30, 2020.
- car camping
- backcountry camping
- roofed accommodations
- day use opportunities
- all public buildings
As #COVID19ON continues to quickly evolve, we want to ensure public safety and the well-being of our visitors and staff in Ontario's provincial parks.
Visitors with reservations for arrivals up to April 30, 2020 are eligible for full refunds, with no penalty. Penalty-free refunds will automatically be issued. Please do not cancel reservations online, as this may trigger an automatic penalty.
Current visitors to provincial parks will be required to vacate by March 19, 2020.
More details are available here: https://bit.ly/2x7fJHM