This wonderful recreation park, located within the city limits and set amid hundreds of forested acres operated by the Sault Ste. Marie Conservation Authority, is one of the city’s greatest natural assets. The park itself is managed by the local Kinsmen Club, in collaboration with The Soo Finnish Ski club. The facility is open daily from December to March. Indoor facilities are open on a daily basis offering hot and cold beverages, snacks, washroom facilities, rentals, repair, and service.
Hiawatha is open daily from December to March for nordic skiing. Indoor facilities are open on a daily basis offering hot and cold beverages, snacks, washroom facilities, rentals, repair, and service. Click here for a description of trails.
Well-maintained nordic ski trails are open to all during the Summer Months. Enjoy beautiful white pines and waterfalls just minutes from the city. For a light walk, try the Kinsmen 2km trail or for a more challenging jaunt, the Crystal Creek trail system is beautiful. View trail descriptions.
In the Summer Months, ski trails and other forested trails are open for mountain biking. Whether you're looking for a few kilometres on beginner trails or a more challenging day trip, Hiawatha is well-equipped to meet your needs. Touring bike rentals are available at the Inn - just speak to Reception.
Dedicated snowshoeing trails are maintained during the Winter. Snowshoe rentals are available on site. Obtain a trail map at the Kinsmen Centre or click here.
Driving distance from Algoma’s Water Tower Inn & Suites in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario: 10 km/6.2 mi.
Hiawatha Highlands: www.hiawathahighlands.com
Main Trail map: View
Detailed description of Hiawatha Highlands X-country trail systems: View
For information about Sault Ste. Marie and area activities and attractions, visit www.saulttourism.com.
Thank you for facilitating our use of your wonderful C~nergy Room. Our goal was to discuss our current challenges followed by discussing our vision, mission and goals. I'm sure that in five hours we accomplished more than what a traditional format would have taken a couple of days to do. Lunch was good too!- Linda Watts, Sault Area Hospital