For the ultimate getaway, plan to stay overnight at the Fort. We offer accommodation for groups in two heritage buildings with contemporary interiors for the modern traveller. Through our catering provider guests also have the option of ordering snacks, lunches, and dinners as part of their Fort William experience.
Retire to the Bell House or East House at the end of a rewarding day. In 1815 the Bell House was the summer residence for North West Company senior clerks while the East House provided lodgings for apprentice clerks and senior interpreters. Today, these buildings have been renovated for comfortable sleepovers by groups of all ages. These flexible spaces are also ideal locations for hosting retreats and meetings.
Each building features bunk beds with two sections to accommodate groups requiring a male and female split. Both facilities have separate male/female showers, washrooms, and a common room. The Bell House also has a communal kitchen, tables, and benches to provide full meal preparation and dining facilities. In addition, the main floors of the Bell House and East House have barrier free accessibility including one sleeping room.
Fort William Historical Park's pristine wilderness setting on a 225 acre site and our historic atmosphere makes it a great place for RVers and campers. Visitors can wander along our peaceful waterfront and visit our heritage site.
The Fort's unique setting and amenities also make us a popular location for scout jamborees, rallies, family reunions, and sightseeing vacations.
In addition, guests can choose to stay at a number of comfortable and well-appointed accommodations available in Thunder Bay. Please click on the link below for more information and to make your reservation.
Fort William Historical Park
1350 King Road
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Emergency After Hours: 807-473-9750
Event Hotline: 807-473-2333
Administration Fax: (807) 473-2327
General Manager Fax: (807) 473-2336
Admissions Fax: (807) 473-2312