Enjoy the walking trails of the Algoma Region of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada! Investigate the St. Marys waterfront using Sault Ste. Marie's boardwalk. Use the walking trails at the nearby National Parks and Conservation Authority Areas. Discover why we call Sault Ste. Marie "Naturally Gifted".
Towering pines, rugged rocks, and sparkling creeks and waterfalls punctuate this incredible trail system. Cross Country ski trails are open for walking and hiking during the Summer Months. It's an escape from the city within the limits of town. More...
|Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront|
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario lies along the historical St. Marys River and is one of Canada’s oldest European settlements. The 6-mile river links the 2 largest of the 5 Great Lakes, Superior and Huron. The waterfront is a scenic complement to the naturally gifted city, with its boardwalk, fishing jetties, and paved cycling trail, and has been incorporated into the city’s John Rowswell Hub trail system.
The John Rowswell Hub Trail, a 25-kilometre, non-motorized recreational system, circles the core of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The Hub Trail’s core system was started in 2000, and completed in 2012. The next phase in its construction will include “spokes” to connect it to major shopping, educational, residential and workplace destinations. The Hub is easily accessed from Algoma’s Water Tower Inn & Suites. More...
|St. Joseph Island|
At Fort St. Joseph, visitors can walk the "ruins" of the Fort that played a crucial role in the War of 1812. Motorized carts are available for those with walking difficulties. View lake and ocean boat traffic on the St. Marys River. Both Richard's Landing and Hilton Beach waterfronts are fun and easy to explore.
When I arrive I have usually been on the road over 12 hours. I love being able to workout, use the spa and eat at one location. And the accommodations are excellent. I’d recommend this hotel to anyone. The place is TOP-NOTCH.- Aug 2010