You moved to Timmins for school and can’t decide if you should stay for the summer or head back home. If you enjoyed Timmins in the winter you are going to love the summer!
Are you interested in fishing, canoeing, kayaking, boating or camping? Timmins has kilometres of river systems to access, freshwater lakes for swimming, and creeks with an assortment of fish including pickerel, northern pike, whitefish, and the legendary sturgeon. Timmins is surrounded by four private camp grounds and three Provincial Parks.
Looking for great places to bike and hike? Timmins and area has 18 parks that you can visit ranging in difficulty and distance; from leisurely strolls to 80 km rides. No matter what your skill level, Timmins has a path to serve your needs.
If the outdoors isn’t your thing, Timmins is home to La Galeruche Art Gallery, Mid Town Blow, Mountjoy Independent Farmer’s Market, NEO Laser Tag, Sk8te Hollinger, Cedar Meadows Wilderness Park and Spa, Dream Acres Alpaca Farm and Hollinger Park Mini-Putt to name a few.
No matter what your interests are, summer in Timmins has something for you!