As the second highest waterfall in Ontario (second only to a famous waterfall near a little town called Niagara Falls), this thunderous attraction is a worthwhile destination and is only a short drive from Thunder Bay. This is quite a popular place, as you can tell from the gigantic parking lots on your way toward the falls. There are several developed campgrounds if you desire to spend a night sleeping near nature's white noise machine.
While walking around boardwalks to take touristy pictures of the falls might not be your idea of a fun hike, there are a couple trails in the park. The Mountain Portage Trail provides some education about early life here and the formation of the falls. Little Falls Trail is a more rugged journey to a smaller waterfall. Poplar Point Trail is a loop through the surrounding forest.