Special senior's rate of $99.99 per night plus taxes. Package includes accommodations for up to four people, complimentary breakfast for each person, free use of indoor pool and hot tub and a 10% restaurant discount at Canadian Legends.
Accommodations for up to four people. Available on select room types only. Subject to availability. Some blackout periods may apply, at the discretion of the hotel. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Not available on group stays. Net non-commissionable. Rate must be requested at time of booking.
Offer valid through April 30th, 2013.
Call the property direct at 1-866-337-9195 to book the "Seniors Special".
Our location is Pet Friendly.
Located on Main street in North Bay's picturesque downtown, the Capitol Centre has seen such greats as Johnny Cash, Phyllis Diller, Brenda Lee, Roy Orbison, and Jack Klugman; performances by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Broadway shows and international productions. The WKP Kennedy Gallery provides a wonderful venue for local, as well as international, visual arts shows in a wide variety of media.
Chief Commanda II
The Chief Commanda II is a 320-passenger, all aluminum twin hull vessel that cruises at a speed up to 13 knots or 25 km/h. The ship is equipped with two bars, handicapped accessible washrooms, snack bar and open-air BBQ. On-board entertainment is featured every Sunday, in July and August.
North Bay Trails
Cradled between Lake Nipissing and a 70 -meter escarpment, North Bay has an excellent urban trail system for hikers, bikers, cross-country skiers, in-line skaters and joggers. The City's trails take many forms including paved pathways, level walkways and nature trails. The Education Center Trails give you a majestic view of the City.
North Bay Parkland Trails
The Kate Pace Way and the Kinsmen Trail combine to offer 17.5 km of multi-use paved trails from one end of the City to the other. They are part of the Discovery Routes Trail System
North Bay Trails Map
The Kate Pace Way (12.4 km) with new extension
This twelve km pathway, named in honour of Olympic skier and native daughter Kate Pace, is a multi-use trail for walking, jogging, cycling and in-line skating along the majority of its length. The other portion of the trail, which is along the North Bay Waterfront, is strictly for the use of in-line skaters and bicyclists (due to the heavy concentrations of pedestrians who make use of the waterfront). Those on foot can use the lockstone walkway that follows along North Bay's scenic waterfront. The recreational trails in North Bay are intended for the shared use of walkers, cyclists, in-line skaters and other non-motorized vehicle users.
The Kinsmen Trail (5.1 km)
This exciting greenbelt through the heart of North Bay links with the Kate Pace Way near the waterfront. The Kinsmen Trail, a parallel paved surface, follows Chippewa Creek as it meanders down the escarpment and
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Time to Unwind – Relax and enjoy!Take a dip in our swimming pool or relax in our hot tub