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Tourism Sault Ste. Marie

Sault Ste. Marie wants to host you.

Think Sault Ste. Marie!

Sault Ste. Marie is the Natural Choice; centrally located in Ontario, poised in the middle of the magnificent Great Lakes and strategically placed in the centre of North America.

As an International Border City, Sault Ste. Marie provides all the first class facilities and amenities you would expect in a larger urban setting.

To compliment your busy schedule, Sault Ste. Marie is the perfect place for your delegates or fellow team members to experience a true Northern adventure. The city offers the very best in culinary delights, entertainment, arts and muti-cultural events all set amidst the incredible pristine shoreline of Lake Superior and the grandeur of Northern Ontario.

Tourism Sault Ste. Marie: Your Host

Tourism Sault Ste. Marie will help to customize and deliver your next convention, meeting or sporting event by providing services such as:

- Professional bid preparation and submission
- Familiarization Tours
- Venue and Site Selection
- Group Tour Itinerary Planning and Attraction Tours
- Media Kit
- Adventure Tours
- Assistance with Spousal/Family programming
- Complimentary Welcome Packages

The team is committed to assisting you in hosting a successful event and creating a memorable experience for your guests and delegates.

Think Meeting & Conventions

From Gala Events to outdoor luncheons, multi-purpose meeting rooms to unique venues, and an impressive multi-use facility, Sault Ste. Marie makes for a holistic destination for your meetings, business events or workshops. Sault Ste. Marie's strong reputation as diverse, courteous, unique and professional makes it very appealing to the business event planner. The Tourism Sault Ste. Marie team is eager to assist in making your plans a reality, and while visiting, delegates will experience the best of both worlds. there is the opportunity to experience all the excitement of an urban centre while being surrounded by spectacular natural beauty. Add to that the new and recently renovated accommodations, and Sault Ste. Marie's culinary options, and the stay will be unforgettable.

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Mill Square

Unique Meeting & Event Venues

T. 705-759-5251
F. 705-759-6990
W. www.essarcentre.ca

Enter the Essar Centre and you will find an ultra-modern sports, convention and entertainment facility that is the only venue of its kind in Northern Ontario. The facility features a state-of-the-art $250,000 sound system, a multimillion-dollar scoreboard, wireless Internet access, and replay and TV capability. It also includes 13 private suites, a VIP rooms, multi-purpose and break-out rooms, as well as kitchen facilities.

Capacity: 5,000 for sporting events, 6,100 for entertainment and 1,000 for banquets.

Popular use: National sporting events, concerts, large conventions, trade shows and meetings.


T. 705-287-4752
F. 705-945-8947
W. www.bushplane.com

Located in teh downtown waterfront area, this former aviation hanger and heritage building has been voted the top indoor attraction in Canada by Attractions Canada. Educational displays and pioneer flying machines provide a unique setting and brings to life Canada's aviation heritage. 25,000 square feet of exhibit space can be adjusted to accommodate catered banquets for up to 300 people and reception for up to 500. Ranger Theatre is a lecture hall style room with seating for 60.

Popular use: Launch or special events, banquets, and receptions.


T. 705-759-5310
F. 705-759-6605
W. www.cityssm.ca

Located in the heart of the city in the downtown area on the waterfront, this three acre park is named after Canada's first women in space and Saultite Dr. Roberta Bondar. Under the 90' high tent there is a stage 64 feet wide and 32.5 fee deep for a total of 1,405 square feet. the park features a sound system, office and storage facilities, as well as round tables and chairs. The maximum suggested seating for banquets is 1,000 people, while a chairs-only audience has a capacity of 1,800.

Popular use: Concerts, special events, opening receptions, and outdoor banquets.


The Heritage Discovery Centre put the 'special' in your special event. For conferences, this unique, historical facility offers a 50-seat theatre, which can easily be converted to a meeting room. The Heritage Centre's food venue provides a heritage hearth and historic culinary experience, seating30 guests at round tables or if you prefer, a stand-up reception. Other features include a recently updated catering kitchen and your choice of on-site catering or bringing in your menu items from another source.

Popular use: Special events, receptions, and group tours.

T. 705-949-9067
F. 705-949-6261
W. www.artgalleryofalgoma.ca

Located in the downtown waterfront area-the Art Gallery of Algoma is a public gallery dedicated to cultivating and advancing the awareness of visual arts in Sault Ste. Marie and district. With 5,000 square feet of space in two adjoining galleries, it has the capacity to host a reception for approximately 200 people and a catered dinner for 100 guests.

Approximately 24 exhibits are mounted annually featuring local, national and international artists. There is an ever growing permanent collection of 4,000 works of art, all of which provides a unique backdrop for special event functions.

Popular use: Banquets, receptions, and special events.

T. 705-949-2301 ext 4215 (Conference Coordinator)
E. meet@algomau.ca
W. www.algomau.ca

The campus provide the ideal location for workshops, training, guest speakers, social gatherings and conferences.

State of the art technology is available in all rooms, with flexibility in the way you wish to deliver your information. From the Great West Life Amphitheater seating 200, to the auditorium and other various classrooms, as well as a downtown addition, they have the ideal setting for any event. On site catering is also available.

Popular use: Meetings, video conferencing, conferences, special events.

T. 705-759-2554 ext 2303 (Conference Coordinator)
E. lisa.bagnall@saultcollege.ca
W. www.saultcollege.ca

Located in a dynamic and engaging post-secondary learning environment, the attractive 192 seat Sault College Multimedia Centre, one of the newest convention centres in city, hosts highly sophisticated videoconferencing technologies complete with one of the most advanced cameras in Canada - it can follow speakers around the room remotely. Microphones hang from the ceiling to capture audience comments and questions for broadcasting purposes. Four built-in large projection screens, a smart board, podium and chalk-boards, along with comfortable swivel seating, table-desks with lap-top plug-ins all set the stage for up-scale announcements and events.

Popular use: Meetings, videoconferencing, conferences, special events.

T. 705-251-6776 ext. 222
W. www.millsquare.ca
E. info@millsquare.ca

Visible from the International Bridge between Canada and the United States, Mill Square is set to become an urban landmark that celebrates the Northern Experience. this mufti-purpose urban village development is centred around the restoration and re-purposing of the largest collection of historical Richardsonian Romanesque structures in Canada. Buildings include the General, the Machine Shop, the Pulp Tower, the Yard Locker and the Board Mill. Mill Square will combine spaces that will evolve as the development progresses.

Popular uses: Banquets, large receptions, concerts and special events.

Think Sports!

In Sault Ste. Marie, your event becomes the highlight of the community. As in the past, the entire city will embrace the event as they are proud to boast the unparalleled success of many high profile events: the Labatt Brier, 2000 Ontario Winter Games, Canadian Hockey League Memorial Cup, Canadian National Gymnastics Championship and Olympic Qualifier, 2001 Ontario Special Olympics Summer Games, 2003 North American Eco-Challenge, 2005 Canadian Club Championship Golf, 2006 National Cadet Biathlon, 2008 National Aboriginal Hockey Championships, 2008 IRF World Ringette Championships, 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, 2012 CARHA Hockey World Cup, and many more.

Sault Ste. Marie is the Natural Choice for your next sporting event. One that will always be remembered by your fellow teammates. One that will always have Sault Ste. Marie's unwavering support.

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Our sports facilities meet and surpass national and provincial standards and are in close proximity to first class lodging all within the city limits. The Sault has superior weather conditions for year round sporting events featuring warm dry summers and reliable snow conditions for incredible winter activities. Whether your choice is soccer, baseball, basketball, football, swimming, hockey, skiing, snowboarding, car racing or snowmobile racing, we have the right venue for you. We know what it takes to host the best event ever and ensure a memorable experience for all.

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85' x 200' NHL size standard rink
Spectator capacity of 4,200 to 5,000
13 Private Suites
Facility also includes: 5 Multi-Purpose dressing rooms, Fully Air Conditioned Facility

arena a:
Ice surface is 85'x185' (regulation size)
Seating capacity for 300
Facility Also Includes: 5 change rooms
arena b:
Ice surface is 85'x 200' (NHL size)
Seating capacity for 300
210 seat licensed sports bar and grill.
700 sq. foot pro shop
Facility also includes: 4 change rooms, Public washrooms, First aid room, 3 multi purpose rooms, Food/beverage concessions

Ice surface is 85'x185' (regulation size)
Spectator capacity of 700
Facility also includes: 4 change rooms, Food/beverage concession

Ice surface is 85'x185' (regulation size)
Seating capacity for 200
Facility also includes: 4 change rooms (1 for women only), Food/beverage concession, 210 seat licensed sports bar and grill

Ice surface is 85'x185' (regulation size)
Seating capacity for 400
Facility also includes: 4 change rooms, Food/beverage concession

Other Indoor Facilities!

26,000 sq. foot space
Polyurethane multi purpose surface
3 regulation size athletic courts
1/9 mile indoor track
NBA approved portable basketball hardwood floor with nets
Facility also includes: Change rooms, Workout room, Meeting rooms available

8,800 sq. foot gymnasium floor space
Facility also includes: Change rooms, Workout facility, Meeting rooms available

Gymnasiums, Change rooms, Outdoor sporting fields

2 100' x 200' indoor turf fields (46,000 sq. ft. of total open space)
Retractable dividing curtain between fields
On field, 3 row bleachers for each playing area
Pedestrian access strip around perimeter
Extensive viewing area from lobby
Facility also includes: 4 change rooms c/w showers & washrooms (built to FAD design standards),
Full service concession

Swimming Pools

25 meter, 8 lane pool
22 meter, 2 lane "warm down" pool
Spacious deck area
Spectator capacity for 400
Facility also includes: 3 change rooms (male/female/family)


25 yard pool
4 change rooms

Churchill Plaza Bowling Lane (32 lanes)
North Crest Lanes (24 lanes)

Outdoor Sport Venues

Tom Tipton Soccer Field (premier soccer field; gallery seating for 500)
Elliot Soccer Field (senior soccer field)
Tom Tipton "B" Field ( junior soccer field)
5 youth slowpitch fields
Facility also includes: Washrooms, Change rooms, Kitchen facilities available

Jo Forman Track and Field Complex (400 meter track)*
Rocky DiPietro Field (senior football field)*
Queen Elizabeth "B" Field ( junior football field)*
2 standard slowpitch fields
4 mini soccer fields
Art Jennings Speed Skating Oval (seasonal)*
Bleacher seating for 500
Broadcast booth
Facility also includes: Washrooms
*indicates lights for night time use

Major Outdoor Sports Complex
Senior slowpitch fields
Senior soccer fields (2 lit for night time use)
Junior soccer fields
Field house equipped with concession
Facility also includes: Office area, Washrooms, Change rooms


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Scenic 18-hole championship golf course with a net yardage of 6,449 yards
Full service licensed restaurant Golf club valet/club cleaning
Banquet facilities
On course hospitality
Full service pro shop
Facility also includes: Locker room and shower facilities

"40 Years of Cross-Country Skiing Excellence"
Over 25 miles (35km) of groomed and track set
cross-country ski trails
Includes 1.2 mile (2km) lighted trail for night skiing
Beginner and advanced skier trails
Specially marked snowshoe trails
Equipment rentals available

700' vertical
6 miles (10km) of cross country trails
18 alpine and snowboarding trails up to a mile long
Eatery & Bernard's Bar
Facility also includes: Locker and bag storage available, Children's centre, Lodging Services, Equipment rentals, Village shop

Beautiful 18 hole championship golf course and driving range
Full Service pro shop
Restaurant & patio lounge

7 baseball diamonds
1 lighted field
All diamonds are totally enclosed, with dugout areas
Facility also includes: Washrooms, Concessions

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Sault Ste. Marie has plenty of things to see and do for all conference delegates, sporting participants and visitors. For a complete listing of all attractions, please visit www.saulttourism.com.

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For the experience of a lifetime, book passage for your family on a one-day, 183 kilometre excursion through some of the most spectacular terrain in Northern Ontario, beginning and ending in Sault Ste. Marie. Experience upgrades including GPS triggered tour narration in five languages, locomotive mounted digital cameras and flat screen monitors throughout the train. While on board, you will be rewarded with powerful landscape images created by a breathtaking blend of mixed forest and natural granite rock formations. In winter, take our Snow Train to view the majestic power and beauty of a Canadian winter, clad in a mantle of snow and adorned with sparkling diamonds of ice. This is the Canadian Shield in its entire splendour, a memorable trip at any time of year.
Ph. 1 (800) 242-9287 Website: www.agawacanyontourtrain.com

Located on the city's waterfront, the gallery offers a wide variety of exhibitions in two galleries. Over 25 exhibits annually and an extensive permanent collection have earned the praise of distinguished art critics from all over the world. Traveling exhibits have come from the Royal Ontario Museum, the National Gallery and the Canadian Museum of Nature to name just a few. Open year round.
Ph. (705) 949-9067 Website: www.artgalleryofalgoma.ca

Shopping & so much MORE!
Ph. (705) 759-4900

This centre is the only facility in North America that is dedicated to the history of both the Bushplane and Forest Fire Management. Visit the original 25,000 sq.ft hangar where in 1948, water bombing was invented. Open year round.
Ph. 1 (877) 287-4752 Website: www.bushplane.com

The Crimson Ridge Golf Course is a dynamic contrast of tranquil landscape and challenging terrain. Home to magnificent vistas and enviable beauty, this 18 hole championship golf course provides guests with a breathtaking setting for memorable round of golf May through October.
Ph. 1 (866) 667-4343 Website: www.golfcrimsonridge.com

Eagle Feather Aviation Inc. is a helicopter charter, sight seeing, aerial work and maintenance company located in Sault Ste. Marie and currently operates a Bell 206B Jet Ranger located at the Sault Ste. Marie Airport. Book your tour in the sky today!
Ph. (705) 989-5352 Website: www.eaglefeatherav.com


Costumed Interpreters take visitors back in time to the oldest stone house North West of Toronto, built in 1812-1814. The Clergue Block House once housed the North West Fur Company's powder magazine (built 1819). The upper log structure was the residence of industrialist Francis H. Clergue.

Whether you plan to test your skiing ability on a competition trail or just take a slow "wildering" tour, you'll find a trail here that suits your needs. 40 kilometres of Nordic trails traverse the 3,000 acre wilderness preserve.
Ph: (705) 256-7258 Website: www.hiawathahighlands.com

The Museum Ship Norgoma was built at the Collingwood Shipyard in 1950 and was the last passenger boat to be built and travel on the Great Lakes. She was retired in 1974 and converted to a museum ship in 1980. The Norgoma retains much of her original equipment and is presently being restored to the condition in which she sailed.
Ph. (705) 759-7278 Website: www.norgoma.org

The excitement never stops! Visit 35,000 sq. ft of gaming including an impressive array of 450 slots and a selection of 16 table games. Firebirds Restaurant offers daily lunch and dinner menus. Open year round.
Ph. 1 (800) 826-8946 Website: www.olg.ca

Named in honor of Canada's first woman in space and Sault native Dr. Roberta Bondar. The 90' high, 360' diameter twin peaked tent is a unique gathering place for special community events and celebrations. Also located in the park is the Museum Ship Norgoma, a historic vessel originally used to transport cargo and passengers and open for tours.
Ph. 1 (800) 361-1522 Website: www.cityssm.on.ca

One of Canada's heritage canals, Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada is maintained to protect and present the sites' cultural and natural features. The site provides a safe navigable channel between Lake Huron and Lake Superior. Located on the St. Marys River in the downtown core of the city, the canal operates between May 15 and October 15. Ph. (705) 941-6262 Website: www.pc.gc.ca/sault

Built in 1902, the construction work was done by local craftsmen using red stone excavated from the Sault Canal. The highly visible Tower Clock was designed in England, installed in 1912 and still works today. The history of Sault Ste. Marie is told through the exploration of five exhibit galleries. Open year round.
Ph. (705) 759-7278 Website: www.saultmuseum.com

Built in 1902, the construction work was done by local craftsmen using red stone excavated from the Sault Canal. The highly visible Tower Clock was designed in England, installed in 1912 and still works today. The history of Sault Ste. Marie is told through the exploration of five exhibit galleries. Open year round.
Ph. (705) 759-7278 Website: www.saultmuseum.com

Silver Creek Golf Course is an 18-hole championship golf course and driving range nestled in the foothills of some of the most beautiful countryside in Northern Ontario. It features a restaurant dining room and licensed patio overlooking the 9th hole, pro Shop, and chipping & putting practice greens.
Ph. (705) 942-2080 Website: www.golfsilvercreek.com

With more than 100 residents with origins from around the world, this family attraction features a picturesque wildlife setting with animals uncommon to our area. Enjoy the Wilderness Guided Hike or hayrides for large groups.
Ph. (705) 779-2423 Website: www.sprucehaven.info

Discover the Great Canadian Shopping Experience at Station Mall - the largest shopping mall in Northeastern Ontario with over 120 stores and services including Galaxy Cinemas.
Ph. 1 (888) 277-6880 Website: www.thestationmall.com

Along the rolling hills of the Canadian Shield, Stokely Creek offers cross-country skiers and snowshoers the opportunity to explore a winter paradise. Over 130 kilometres of well-marked trails expand through 11,400 acres, making Stokely Creek one of the four largest cross-country ski resorts in North America.
Ph: (705) 649-3421 or (866) 786-5359 Website www.stokelycreek.com

Experience Sault Ste. Marie's Northern Explorer Packages and get ready for the vacation of a lifetime! Breathe deeply and forget about whatever you were just doing. Now imagine buildings and roads giving way to lakes and trees. Then think about the great adventure waiting for you in the heart of Canada's untouched wilderness; Northern Ontario. There are many things to do, many places to go and many ways to explore. From a simple driving tour to some deep woods camping, the only real choice before you is how far you want to go.
Ph. 1 (800) 461-6020 Website: www.northernontario.com

Easy To Get Here

By Air

Air Canada Jazz
tF. 1-888-247-2262 (for reservations)
Ph. (705) 779-2011 (local)
Website: www.aircanada.ca

Sault Ste. Marie is serviced with multiple direct daily flights aboard Dash 8 aircraft from Toronto, with connecting flights worldwide. Call Air Canada or a travel agent for detailed schedules and fares Special group rates and charters can be arranged.

BearSkin Airlines
tF. 1-800-465-2327 (for reservations)
Ph. (705) 779-2552 (local)
Website: www.bearskinairlines.com

No other airline offers more service in Northern Ontario!

Northwest Airlines
tF. 1-800 225-2525
Ph. (906) 495-5631
Website: www.nwa.com
Contact the airline or a travel agent for detailed schedules and fares.

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario is located on the border with Michigan and visitors can choose to arrive on the U.S. side aboard Northwest Airlines. Sault Ste. Marie's Chippewa County Airport (CIU) is located approximately 20 miles from the International Border with a one stop serviced flight from Detroit, Michigan board a Saab 340 aircraft, holding up to 34 passengers.

Porter Airlines
tF. 1-888-619-8622 (for reservations/inquiries)
Website: www.flyporter.com
Porter Airlines offers up to four daily round trips between

Sault Ste. Marie and Toronto from urban downtown Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. Connections exist through Toronto for Ottawa, Montreal, Thunder Bay, Halifax, Boston, Chicago and New York. Connect with Porter through the Call Centre, online or through a travel agent. Group discounts and charters are available.


Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario is centrally located at the heart of the Great Lakes connected with an excellent highway system.

From South Western Ontario or the U.S.: Take the Interstate 75, enter via Sarnia/Port Huron or Windsor/ Detroit. Approximate drive time is five to six hours.

From Southern Ontario via Toronto: Take Hwy. 400 to Hwy. 69 to TransCanada Hwy. 17. Approximate drive time is seven to eight hours.

From Eastern Ontario via Ottawa: Take TransCanada Hwy. 17. Approximate drive time is nine hours.

From Northern Ontario and Western Canada: Take TransCanada Hwy. 17. Approximate drive time from Thunder Bay to Sault Ste. Marie is eight hours.

Sault Ste. Marie is serviced by most major car rental companies. For more information contact a CAA office and request a triptik®.


Delta Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront Hotel and Conference Centre

Algoma's Water Tower Inn & Suites
360 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z7
Tel: (705) 949-8111 Resv: (800) 461-0800
Website: www.watertowerinn.com
Email: resort@watertowerinn.com

Canadian Motor Hotel
410 Pim St., SSM, ON P6B 2V1
Tel: (705) 253-3257 Resv: (800) 843-5644
Email: knightdesk@shawbiz.ca

City Centre Travelodge
332 Bay St., SSM, ON P6A 1X1
Tel: (705) 759-1400 Resv: (866) 759-1400
Website: www.tlodgessm.com
Email: info@tlodgessm.com

Comfort Inn
333 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z8
Tel: (705) 759-8000 Resv: (800) 4-CHOICE
Toll Free: (866) 529-1019

Comfort Suites & Conference Centre
229 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z2
Tel: (705) 942-2500 Resv: (800) 563-7262
Website: www.choicehotels.ca/cn912
Email: hotel.frontdesk@comfortsuitesssm.com

Delta Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront Hotel and Conference Centre
208 St. Marys River Dr., SSM, ON P6A 5V4
Tel: (705) 949-0611 Toll Free: (888) 713-8482
Website: www.deltasaultstemarie.com
Email: ssm.reservations.sm@deltahotels.com

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott
633 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON, P6B 5A1
Tel: (705) 253-7378 Resv: (877) 444-0094
Website: www.marriott.com/yamfi
Email: ffi.yamfi.gm@marriott.com

Holiday Inn Express Sault Ste. Marie
320 Bay St., SSM, ON P6A 1X1
Tel: (705) 759-8200 Resv: (888) 329-7776
Website: www.hiexpresssault.ca
Email: info@hiexpresssault.ca

Microtel Inn and Suites By Wyndham
724 Great Northern Rd.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario P6B 5A3
Tel: 705-759-8608
Website: www.microtelinn.com

Quality Inn & Suites Bay Front
180 Bay St., SSM, ON P6A 6S2
Tel: (705) 945-9264 Resv: (800) 567-4421
Website: www.qualityinnssm.com
Email: info@qualityinnssm.com

Sleep Inn
727 Bay St., SSM, ON P6A 6Y3
Tel: (705) 253-7533 Resv: (877) 953-7533
Website: www.sleepinnssmarie.ca
Email: joe@sleepinn.on.ca

Super 8
184 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z3
Tel: (705) 254-6441 Toll Free: (866) 551-5904
Website: www.Super8.com
Email: super8ssm@live.com


Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott

Ambassador Motel
1275 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6A 5K7
Tel: (705) 759-6199 Resv: (888) 274-2183
Website: www.ambassadormotel.com
Email: stay@ambassadormotel.com

Bel-Air Motel
398 Pim St., SSM, ON P6B 2V1
Tel: (705) 256-2285 Resv: (877) 841-1627 Fax: (705) 942-9919
Website: www.bel-airmotel.com
Email: info@bel-airmotel.com

Catalina Motel
259 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z2
Tel: (705) 945-9260 Fax: (705) 254-5422 Toll Free: (800) 561-9810
Website: www.catalinamotel.com
Email: info@catalinamotel.com

Diplomat Motel
844 Queen St. E., SSM, ON P6A 2B2
Tel: (705) 254-4371 Resv: (800) 823-4923
Website: www.diplomatmotelssm.com

Holiday Motel
435 Trunk Rd., SSM, ON P6A 3T1
Tel: (705) 759-8608
Website: www.saultmotels.com
Email: information@saultmotels.com

Northlander Motel
243 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z2
Tel: (705) 254-6452
Website: www.saultmotels.com

Satelite Motel
248 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z6
Tel: (705) 759-2897 Resv: (800) 267-5935
Website: www.satelitemotel.com
Email: sleep@satelitemotel.com

Skyline Motel
232 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6B 4Z5
Tel: (705) 942-1240 Resv: (800) 461-2624
Website: www.skylinemotel.ca
Email: sleep@skylinemotel.ca

Villa Inn Motel
724 Great Northern Rd, SSM, ON P6B 5A3
Tel: (705) 942-2424
Website: www.saultmotels.com

Cottages, Cabins & Campgrounds

Glenview Cottages & Campground
2611 Great Northern Rd., SSM, ON P6A 5K7
Tel: (705) 759-3436 Resv: (800) 668-3100
Website: www.glenviewcottages.com
Email: info@glenviewcottages.com

KOA Campground
501 Fifth Line East, Sault Ste Marie, ON P6A 5K8
Tel: (705) 759-2344 Resv: 1-800-562-0847
Website: www.koa.com/campgrounds/sault-ste-marie
Email: koassm@gmail.com

The Green Key

The Green Key Eco-Rating Program from the Hotel Association of Canada (HAC) rates hotels on their environmental sustainability and recognizes them as destinations of choice for eco-conscious travellers. For more information visit www.hacgreenhotels.com.

Contact your Sault Ste. Marie Tourism experts and hosts to plan your visit!

Tourism Sault Ste. Marie (a division of SSMEDC)

99 Foster Drive
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Canada P6A 5X6
Toll Free: (800) 461-6020
Telephone: (705) 759-5442
Fax: (705) 541-7371
Website: www.saulttourism.com



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