Vacation rentals in North Bay

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Popular amenities for North Bay vacation rentals

Stay near North Bay's top sights

Northgate Shopping Centre21 locals recommend
Walmart North Bay Supercentre4 locals recommend
Mike & Lori's No Frills4 locals recommend
Canadore College9 locals recommend
Burger World18 locals recommend
Sobeys Algonquin5 locals recommend

Quick stats about vacation rentals in North Bay

  • Total rentals

    170 properties

  • Rentals with a pool

    10 properties have a pool

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    60 properties allow pets

  • Family-friendly rentals

    100 properties are a good fit for families

  • Total number of reviews

    5.5K reviews

  • Nightly prices starting at

    $28 CAD before taxes and fees

Your guide to North Bay

All About North Bay

Often referred to as the gateway to northern Canada, Ontario’s North Bay is a vibrant city with a wide variety of outdoor activities at its doorstep, from hiking, cycling, swimming, and fishing in the summer months, to sledding, ice fishing, skating, and skiing in the winter. As well as being a center for outdoor adventure, there’s also a rich cultural and artistic side to North Bay, with galleries, museums, and countless festivals and live entertainment events. This city has seen years of early railroad development and was even a pivotal location for the military during the Cold War — learn about its history at the North Bay Museum. North Bay is also a foodie’s delight, with countless dining options, both upscale and casual, a popular farmers’ market, and two microbreweries. When it comes to cottages for rent in North Bay, there’s also plenty to choose from.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in North Bay

North Bay offers a range of activities for all seasons, and is a popular destination both in summer and winter. During the warmer months, it’s an idyllic place for hiking, canoeing, or kayaking. There are several lakes nearby that are suitable for swimming, and North Bay is also a popular spot for keen anglers. With its sunny skies, milder weather, and copper-toned leaves which provide spectacular scenery, fall is a great time to go hiking or cycling. Rainfall is typically at its highest in spring, though this can be an ideal time for exploring the city’s shops, galleries, and restaurants. In the winter months, North Bay transforms into a snowy playground, with an extensive network of cross-country ski trails, sledding, skating and much more.

Top things to do in North Bay

Capitol Centre

If you’re keen to catch a show, marvel at contemporary art, or see some live entertainment, be sure to check out the Capitol Centre, a not-for-profit organization that provides arts and entertainment in North Bay and the northeastern Ontario region. The Capitol Theatre is home to the North Bay Symphony Orchestra and the WKP Kennedy Gallery.

North Bay Farmers Market

Sample fresh produce from local farmers, pick up some tasty treats for a picnic lunch, or browse through the wide array of arts, crafts and collectibles on offer at the North Bay Farmers’ Markets. This award-winning, undercover market is open year-round and offers over 100 stalls from a great variety of vendors.

Scenic trails and hikes

Hiking is undoubtedly one of North Bay’s key attractions, with countless scenic trails through pristine forests, marshes, and shorelines. Discover the Black Forest Trails, the North Bay-Mattawa Conservation areas or the Otter Lake Trail. The Duchesnay Falls is also a popular hike, offering striking views of Lake Nippsing through the trees. It also becomes a cross-country ski trail in the winter.

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