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Guest suite in North Bay
Enjoy Private Apartment - Food/Stores [1 min walk]
This private basement apartment is perfect for responsible guests on a budget who are traveling by themselves! It's clean, quiet, and safe in a friendly neighborhood! This private suite has: 1 Spacious Bed Room 1 Full-size Kitchen 1 3 Piece Bathroom 1 Dedicated Parking Driveway 1-minute walk to: - Shell Gas Station (Retail) - Tim Hortons & Wendys - Metro Grocery Store - Beach, 2 minutes walk to: - North Bay Mall (No Frills, Shoppers etc) 5 min drive to Downtown 20 min to the Airport
$62 per night
Home in North Bay
THE DALTON - Bright Mid-century Home Down Town
Enjoy a comfy retreat in the heart of the city. Located on a quiet street just minutes from the downtown core, enjoy the convenience of city living without compromising peace and quiet. This charming 2-bedroom home boasts a crisp, contemporary feel while still remaining comfortable and inviting. Spend an evening cozying up with some board games, or choose to explore the neighboring parks and restaurants. Thoughtfully designed, and equipped with everything you need for your trip to North Bay.
$140 per night
Cottage in North Bay
Beautiful Beachfront in the Heart of North Bay
Welcome to the Finch Beach Resort, where our goal is to inspire good times by the lake! Meet Corky, a clean, pet friendly 3-bedroom cottage is directly on the beach and features beautiful views of Lake Nipissing as part of a small 4-cottage resort. The soft sand beach is perfect for swimming and boasts the best sunset views Ontario has to offer. Located right in the city and a short 2-minute walk to some of the best restaurants and patios in the city.
$186 per night

Stay near North Bay's top sights

Northgate Shopping Centre21 locals recommend
The Cedar Tree Lebanese Restaurant16 locals recommend
Mike & Lori's No Frills4 locals recommend
Canadore College9 locals recommend
Walmart North Bay Supercentre4 locals recommend
Burger World18 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in North Bay

Guest suite in Corbeil
The Burrow
$90 per night
Apartment in North Bay
Sherbrooke Suite - Private indoor pool & hot tub
$196 per night
Home in North Bay
Lakeside Guesthouse
$115 per night
Place to stay in Powassan
Secluded and romantic cabin in the woods.
$74 per night
Cottage in North Bay
Cozy Beachfront Cottage - Lake Nippissing
$175 per night
Apartment in North Bay
Lakeside Apartment
$66 per night
Apartment in North Bay
Cozy 2 bedroom Main Street suite
$95 per night
Home in North Bay
Great location for your every need in North Bay!
$146 per night
Apartment in North Bay
Namaste ~ Queen Suite plus Double Bedroom Apt
$68 per night
Home in North Bay
Private, Spacious, Licensed Downtown Century Home
$130 per night
Home in North Bay
Beautiful 2 Bedroom Home in the Heart of North Bay
$118 per night
Home in North Bay
Stylish 3 BR suite
$101 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in North Bay

Total rentals

180 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

110 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

60 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

100 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

5.2K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$30 before taxes and fees

Your guide to North Bay

All About North Bay

North Bay is a scenic city in Northeastern Ontario on the shores of Lake Nipissing, some 200 miles north of Toronto. The town houses a vibrant local community, as well as opportunities to spot gorgeous sunsets over the waterfront and endless outdoor excursions. The northern landscape is rich in pristine lakes and wildlife-filled boreal forests offering multi-use trails, canoeing routes, great fishing spots, and sandy beaches at the waterfront and off Lakeside Drive. In winter, you can enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing, ice fishing, and outdoor skating at the skating trail and oval at Lee Park.

North Bay offers plenty of opportunities to dine and unwind, with numerous restaurants and great local microbreweries. You’ll also find a fantastic, year-round farmers market, a number of local galleries, and a waterfront miniature railway and carousel.

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

The only warm months in North Bay are June through August. Temperatures are comfortable, and rainfall is moderate. It's an excellent time to enjoy North Bay's 43 sandy beach access points or to angle for Lake Nipissing's 44 varieties of fish, including northern pike and walleye. Autumn in North Bay turns chilly, with a chance of rain or early snow. It's still a good time to enjoy the outdoors, perhaps at the nearby Laurier Woods Conservation Area for some birding.

In winter, the North Bay area offers numerous outdoor winter activities. The temperatures drop below zero, with reliable snow for cross-country skiing. Consider the Campus Trails, with more than 12 miles of paths. Spring starts cold, growing gradually milder, making it a great time to take in local culture. You can check out the North Bay Museum, housed in a historic railway station, or the Canadian Forces Museum of Aerospace Defence. Spring is also a good time to visit North Bay's art galleries or wander along the Kate Pace Way, a 7.5-mile series of leisurely paths along the waterfront.

Top things to do in North Bay

Duchesnay Falls Trail

One of the area's most popular attractions, the Duchesnay Falls Trail rewards hikers with spectacular views of falls that cascade in stages from the top of the Laurentian escarpment. The trail is a two-mile loop that generally runs parallel to the river and takes you to the top. The effort is rewarding any time of year but is particularly beautiful in autumn when the colors are at their peak. In summer, hikers can scramble along the riverbed, while during spring runoff, the falls are fast-flowing and the river high. The trail is four miles northeast of North Bay and remains accessible in winter.

North Bay Farmers Market

A trip to North Bay isn't complete without a visit to the year-round farmers market. In addition to an abundance of locally grown food, the market's more than 60 vendors offer flowers, fresh preserves, baked goods, and the handiwork of various area artisans.

Laurier Woods Conservation Area

The Laurier Woods Conservation Area lies in the heart of North Bay. The 240-acre site features more than six miles of trails through wetland, rocky outcrops, and upland forest, offering opportunities to spot area wildlife, including aquatic birds and beavers, and more than 30 species of forest birds. Most of the trails are level, and there is signage along the way explaining the various habitats.

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