We invite you to discover for yourself why Greater Sudbury continues to surprise and impress. Discover family fun outdoors OR indoors. There are so many great attractions and things to do in Sudbury that you'll just have to stay for one more day!
Explore one of Sudbury’s 330 lakes! Enjoy a day of paddling with outdoor equipment rentals from LU Outdoor Centre *** OR *** at Kivi Park’s Crowley Lake situated in the southern side of the park, provides access to canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, and hiking provided by Ramakko’s Source for Adventure.
Challenge yourself to new heights! Try to make it to the top of the 50 ft. high x 100 ft. long Tango Tower composed of 7 ft. high rope elements or try 13 lower rope elements at LU Outdoor Centre. If you are searching for an indoor climbing facility and a variety of rock walls to scale, visit ARC Climbing + Yoga offering daily classes and activities for all ages.
Walk amongst dinosaurs and dragons as you play through seven unique mini-golf courses at Dinosaur Valley Mini-Golf.
Visit Sudbury Kartways to enjoy the one-third-mile go-kart track with single and double seat karts, 18 hole miniature golf course and batting cages.
Saddle up and go for a guided horseback trail ride or wagon ride with Wagon Wheel Ranch through scenic boreal forest. *** No experience required *** You may even get to see a few barn-yard friends! Reservations required. Call 705-969-8601 for more information and to book your next outdoor trail riding adventure.
Take a hike! Head to Bell Park and take a stroll on the boardwalk on the shores of beautiful Lake Ramsey. Take in the scenic views at Lake Laurentian Conservation Area, Kivi Park, Windy Lake Provincial Park or enjoy many amazing Rainbow Routes Association trails throughout Greater Sudbury.
Pack a picnic and head to Onaping Falls to see High Falls, the inspiration for Group of Seven Painter A.Y. Jackson. Enjoy the scenic view from the lookout(s) or hike to the top, across the bridge and beyond or as part of the geological walking tour.
Waterplay! Sudbury offers plenty of family-friendly ways to cool off, splash around and have a ton of fun. City of Greater Sudbury municipal beaches are open with lifeguard supervision from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, visit a municipal pool or beat the heat at one of 14 Slash Pads located throughout Greater Sudbury from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Dynamic Earth is a MUST STOP in Sudbury! Take a family photo next to Sudbury’s most iconic landmark, the Big Nickel, enjoy the outdoor Science Park and check out their latest exhibit and GO DEEPER - Seven stories underground!
Check out Sudbury’s ultimate indoor adventure playgrounds. Visit the KUPP Centre + Laser Tag - Slide, climb, or challenge your family to a game of laser tag!
Head to Urban Air Adventure Park and enjoy their MASSIVE indoor park housing trampolines, Warrior Course, climbing walls playground and some of the BEST house-made pizza!
Learn about exotic creatures big and small at Northern Exotics’ indoor exhibit housing rescued exotic animals with the goal to educate people about these animals, their needs, and why they may or may not make good pets.
Tap into your inner artist and get crafty at DIY Craftery and Lounge offering classes and activities for all ages.
The family will LOVE Yes Theatre’s latest production James and the Giant Peach running August 15th – 25th on select dates. Experience the incredibly moving and heart-pounding rendition of one of Roald Dahl’s fantastic tale of a boy, his insect friends and their amazing journey across the ocean on a giant piece of fruit! Get your tickets today.
Discover what railroading is all about at the Northern Ontario Railroad Museum and Heritage Centre. Climb aboard historic steam locomotives, cabooses, massive model layout and more.
Visit more Sudbury museums! STOP in the name of the law and visit the Sudbury Region Police Museum.
See how the first Suburban’s used to live in some of the other Greater Sudbury Museums.
For more family-friendly activities and Events
in Sudbury visit our Events Calendar.