Phone: (807) 473-2344
Address: 1350 King Road

Surrounded by nature, inspired by history

Come to Fort William Historical Park for your next meeting, conference, or retreat. Situated on the banks of the beautiful Kaministiquia River in Thunder Bay, Ontario, our heritage site provides the perfect setting for your meeting or event in any season. Unique custom-designed packages and outstanding venues will ensure that your stay is unforgettable.

Fort William Historical Park is a majestic reconstruction of the original Fort William that served as the headquarters for the North West Company's vast fur trading empire from 1803 to 1821. The Fort offers a picturesque natural setting within Thunder Bay's city limits - a friendly community just a short drive from the Minnesota border on Lake Superior.

Our award-winning site is equipped with first class meeting and banquet facilities available year round for conferences, weddings and other private and corporate functions. Choose from a variety of meeting spaces and services including four distinctive air-conditioned and fully-licensed banquet rooms, a multitude of heritage buildings, and limitless outdoor locations.

Take part in exciting recreational and team-building activities as well as guided tours. Enjoy canoeing and kayaking on the Kam River, aboriginal culture sessions in the Learning Wigwam, and many other team-building experiences. Our diverse programs let you create a package that best suits your group's needs.

Fort William Historical Park has it all - a pristine natural setting, a wide-range of facilities components, and quality catering. Make your reservation today!

Fort William Historical Park Offers:

  • Guided Tours
  • Beaver Club Dinners and Voyageur Feasts
  • Meeting Rooms to accommodate 30-500 people
  • Period Costume Rentals
  • Business and multi-media service
  • Amphitheatre and Large Outdoor Space
  • World class catering service
  • Custom-Designed Team-Building Activities
  • Large Outdoor Fireplace and Catering Services at our Astronomy Centre