Step Away From Stress at Stepstone Bed and Breakfast

Imagine swimming, tubing, kayaking and fishing in the summer and skating, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and skiing on the Current River, just steps out your front door… this is reality at Stepstone Bed and Breakfast!


Located near Thunder Bay, Stepstone Bed and Breakfast is a unique B&B.The ‘Bride’s House’ is a private, fully functional self-contained and renovated hundred-year-old home that can occupy up to six guests. (There will soon be a second private house. Call ahead!)

Stepstone Loft

With privacy as its primary feature, the little house has a kitchen, hot tub, gas fireplace and bedroom loft from where the view is stunning – and the grounds are amazing! The house is ideal for couples. Call ahead to get your fridge stocked!

Stepstone Exterior View

From Stepstone you can find wonderful places to kayak, fish, golf, and enjoy three major conservation areas; the Cascades, Wishart, and Hazelwood Lake.

Stepstone Living Room

Only 12 minutes out from County Fair Mall in Thunder Bay, both privacy and easy access make for an added feature of Stepstone. From Stepstone you can walk or bike to Onion Lake to swim and climb the cliffs.

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In the winter snowmobiling is “crazy.” There are also areas for cross-country skiing and a skating rink!

Stepstone is a great place to get away from city life and is also an ideal setting for weddings! Visit The Stepstone website or Facebook page for more information.

About Duncan Weller

A writer and visual artist, Duncan Weller is a Governor General's Award winner who lives in Thunder Bay. You can visit his website at His latest two books are a novel, Flight of the Silk, and an expanded edition of the award-winning children's picture book, The Boy from the Sun.

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