Northern Ontario, Canada

The Best Places to Commune With Nature This Fall: All Within City Limits
The Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority owns 1865 hectares (4600 acres) of diverse ecosystems including forest, wetlands and shorelines. All are yours to explore and enjoy. Conservation areas offer a wide range of natural experiences. If you're looking for a place where you can appreciate nature, get some exercise and learn about our environment, there is an adventure waiting for you at a nearby conservation area! Here are 5 locations that will take you…
Algoma Fall Festival
President of the Algoma Fall Festival, Donna Hilsigner welcomes you to the 42nd Algoma Fall Festival in Sault Ste. Marie! "This October you'll have a fantastic seat as music, arts and creative expression take over streets, our theatres and our gallery. An outstanding line-up of Canadian and international talent and unique events include The Group of Seven in Algoma, Northern Ontario's first Nuit Blanche and Celtic Colours in Algoma. Celebrate the season and blaze the night…
Story by Bryan Soroka (Facts supplied by Algoma Central Railway)
"The seemingly unending mixed forests of the Canadian Shield open up as you skirt the shores of northern lakes and rivers, cross towering trestles, and set eyes on the same rugged landscapes and majestic views that inspired the Group of Seven." Northern Ontario's rugged beauty often surprises visitors. There are many opportunities to experience and explore these incredible landscapes, and one of the more unique ways is aboard the one-day Agawa Canyon Tour Train. Departing…
September Is About Mud and Music: Your Guide Where To Find It In Sault Ste. Marie
September in Sault Ste. Marie is a time to witness vibrantly coloured leaves in crimson reds, golden yellows and fiery oranges as you drive north of the city toward Searchmont, and a time to enjoy festivals and venues alive with music! Here are some highlights just for you! September 5th Texas King is performing live at Sault College of Arts and Applied TechnologyWebsite: www.saultcollege.caLocation: 443 Northern Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, P6B4J3Tickets Presale - $5.00…
All Aboard! A 3 Day Itinerary For A Fun Filled Getaway To SSM
Your 3 Day Itinerary! Day 1 Mid DayArrive in Sault Ste. Marie, check into your hotel to rest and refresh. 12:30 p.m.Enjoy a delicious lunch at one of Sault Ste. Marie's restaurants. 2:00 p.m.Ermantinger. Clergue National Historic Site, the oldest stone building northwest of Toronto dating back to the war of 1812. 3:15 p.m.Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre The city's 25,000 square foot interactive museum was voted the "Best Indoor Attraction" in Canada by Attractions Canada…
Looking For Something Different To Do This August? Here Are Your Marching Orders!
August an exciting month at historic fort on beautiful St. Joseph Island! Looking for something different to do this August? Come explore Fort St. Joseph, the national historic site located at the southern-most point of picturesque St. Joseph Island. There are several ways for visitors of all ages and interests to explore this isolated outpost that was once a thriving community of soldiers, Aboriginal people, and fur traders. Feel the breeze off the St. Mary's…
Fly Fishing: An Angler's Paradise Downtown Sault Ste. Marie
One day, I stood beside a wild river in Northern Ontario and watched an Ojibwa guide put on a fishing clinic. The young man set up near a small pool that was the only area of calm amidst a boisterous cascade. Each of his casts yielded chunky walleyes that were played with great efficiency and wordless nonchalance before being promptly released back into the river's depths. This was a man in his element, truly at…
Sandra Rapping
Rock climbing is a spring, summer and fall sport which has become popular with outdoor enthusiasts. It can be enjoyed by all ages - young and old. It started in the Sault Ste. Marie area in the mid 80's. It has become a rock climbing destination for beginners and experienced climbers locally, as well as from Southern Ontario and the Midwest States. Rock climbing first began in this area at a place known as Robertson…
The Real-World Treasure Hunt: Happening Right Now, All Around You!
 Whether you're brand new to geocaching or an experienced cacher, Sault Ste Marie and the surrounding area is the place to be for geocaching!!  Geocaching is the real-world treasure hunt that's happening right now, all around you!  We like to joke that we use multi million dollar satellites to find Tupperware hidden in the woods. A couple of friends from southern Ontario often mentioned geocaching on Facebook and I was curious what it was all…
Heritage North: The New Heritage Discovery Centre and Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site Bring You Back In Time
Your discovery of Sault Ste. Marie would not be complete without a tour of the Ermatinger•Clergue National Historic Site, and now, your exploration will be more exciting than ever with the addition of the new Heritage Discovery Centre. With its many exhibits, extra space and technological features, this new attraction in the Sault promises to make history an engaging, interactive experience. The Ermatinger•Clergue National Historic Site includes the homes of two of our most famous…
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