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Visit Sault Ste. Marie


99 Foster Drive
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5X6
Canada

(??.? miles from you)

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Call: 1-800-461-6020


Visit Sault Ste. Marie


(??.? miles from you)

99 Foster Drive
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5X6
Canada


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Why You Should Go...

Located in the heart of the Great Lakes, Sault Ste. Marie is one of the oldest settlements in North America. Also known as SSM or the Soo, this modern, bustling city rests on the shoreline of St. Mary's River

Connect with nature in SSM, the ideal starting point from which to depart on a wilderness adventure. Take a stroll along the waterfront boardwalk, connect with the John Rowswell HUB Trail that offers almost 26 km of hiking trails, or take a one-day excursion into the Northern Ontario Wilderness on the Agawa Canyon Tour Train.

Visit SSM's other attractions, such as the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre and the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site and Heritage Discovery Centre, which tell the story of Northern Ontario while providing fun for the whole family. 

Throughout the year, enjoy a variety of family-owned and operated restaurants, each of which reigns supreme with unique culinary delights.

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Why You Should Go...

Located in the heart of the Great Lakes, Sault Ste. Marie is one of the oldest settlements in North America. Also known as SSM or the Soo, this modern, bustling city rests on the shoreline of St. Mary's River, providing ready access to the great outdoors and spectacular scenery.

Connect with nature in SSM, the ideal starting point from which to depart on a wilderness adventure. Take a stroll along the waterfront boardwalk, connect with the John Rowswell HUB Trail that offers almost 26 km of hiking trails, or take a one-day excursion into the Northern Ontario Wilderness on the Agawa Canyon Tour Train.

Visit SSM's other attractions, such as the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre and the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site and Heritage Discovery Centre, which tell the story of Northern Ontario while providing fun for the whole family. 

Throughout the year, enjoy a variety of family-owned and operated restaurants, each of which reigns supreme with unique culinary delights.

What You Should Know...

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Fun Facts

Traditionally a gathering place for hundreds of years, Sault Ste. Marie is bordered by the Batchewana and Garden River First Nation reserves. For centuries, communities of First Nations lived close to the river as their livelihood was based on whitefish.

The SSM Canal was completed in 1895 and was the last link in an all-Canadian navigation system. Designed and built by Canadians, the canal was the world’s longest lock and the first to operate with electrical power. Today it is deemed a National Historic Site of Canada.

Members of famous Canadian painters, the Group of Seven, painted in Algoma in May and Sept. 1918. At times traveling along the railway at others along the coast of Lake Superior was a scenically esthetic experience that had a profound impact on their development as world class artists.

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Why You Should Go...

Located in the heart of the Great Lakes, Sault Ste. Marie is one of the oldest settlements in North America. Also known as SSM or the Soo, this modern, bustling city rests on the shoreline of St. Mary's River, providing ready access to the great outdoors and spectacular scenery.

Connect with nature in SSM, the ideal starting point from which to depart on a wilderness adventure. Take a stroll along the waterfront boardwalk, connect with the John Rowswell HUB Trail that offers almost 26 km of hiking trails, or take a one-day excursion into the Northern Ontario Wilderness on the Agawa Canyon Tour Train.

Visit SSM's other attractions, such as the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre and the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site and Heritage Discovery Centre, which tell the story of Northern Ontario while providing fun for the whole family. 

Throughout the year, enjoy a variety of family-owned and operated restaurants, each of which reigns supreme with unique culinary delights.

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What You Should Know...

Extra Fun

Fun Facts

Traditionally a gathering place for hundreds of years, Sault Ste. Marie is bordered by the Batchewana and Garden River First Nation reserves. For centuries, communities of First Nations lived close to the river as their livelihood was based on whitefish.

The SSM Canal was completed in 1895 and was the last link in an all-Canadian navigation system. Designed and built by Canadians, the canal was the world’s longest lock and the first to operate with electrical power. Today it is deemed a National Historic Site of Canada.

Members of famous Canadian painters, the Group of Seven, painted in Algoma in May and Sept. 1918. At times traveling along the railway at others along the coast of Lake Superior was a scenically esthetic experience that had a profound impact on their development as world class artists.

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