Where to Experience Sault Ste. Marie's True Colours!

Don't waste a minute!

It's finally the best time of the year! Head outside, feel the fresh air on your face, and get moving in nature!



Mockingbird Hill Farm


Photo Mockingbird Hill Farm

Mockingbird Hill Farm is the romantic dream of Farmer Bob, who delves deep into his Metis roots to recreate his heritage. The Farm depicts a typical horse-drawn homestead farm with the pioneer's menagerie of animals: a few pigs, sheep, goats, cows, chickens, ducks, turkeys, cats, and dogs.

Get Lost in the A-Maize-ing Corn Maze!
The Corn Maze is a highlight of the season, with a walking trail puzzle cut through the towering corn stalks. Walking through is a conquest. There are checkpoints throughout the Maze that will document your journey, and the design is different each year! It's so much fun for every age!

Located at 943 Landslide Rd, Sault Ste. Marie, ON
(705) 253-4712

Agawa Canyon Tour Train

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.

Hiawatha Highlands


Photo by Jocelyne Boutin

In total, 50 km of trails traverse the 3,000-acre Hiawatha Highlands wilderness preserve. Hiawatha contains marked trails and is open daily all year. This is truly one of the most spectacular highlights of the city.

Located at 780 Landslide Rd.
Call: 705-256-7258
Visit: www.hiawathahighlands.com

Stokely Creek

Just a 30-minute drive from downtown Sault Ste. Marie and lying along the rolling hills of the Canadian Shield, Stokely Creek offers hikers the opportunity to explore a fall paradise. Over 130 km of well-marked trails expand through 8,400 acres of privately-held land, including 3,000 acres of land owned by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.

Call: 705-649-3421 or 866-786-5359
Visit: www.stokelycreek.com

Fort Creek


Photo TripAdvisor

The Fort Creek extension of the HUB Trail, is a 5 km/3.1 mile (out and back) stretch of paved pathways and bridges winding through the peaceful wooded Fort Creek Conservation Area, including a bird’s eye view from two bridges of the wetlands below. The primary purpose of the Fort Creek Conservation Area is flood control, but it also provides a great benefit to animals as a habitat area, and to us for recreational enjoyment.

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