Stokely Creek has a 40+-year history of land conservation, designing, constructing and maintaining a trail system throughout the 8000 acre preserve, and is partnered with the Algoma Highlands Conservancy to manage this exceptional piece of Canadian Shield geography. Agoma’s Water tower Inn & Suites holds stewardship of 600 acres of protected land on the city’s northside, and we are proud to call our Algoma Highland’s neighbours friends.
Stokely/Algoma Highlands is one of the four largest Nordic ski areas in North America. Also very snowy…annually, 200 inches of lake-effect snowfall. 130 km are groomed for classic and skating ski styles, but there are many additional km of sometimes-groomed but well-signed trails. Ski to ice-covered lakes, enjoying the pristine silence and the snow-draped evergreens. Stay on the flats, or climb as high as King Mountain’s 1880-foot vertical.
Stokely Creek offers an extensive trail system with over 30km of pristine showshoeing trails and access to the cross-Ontario Voyageur Trail System. Every January, Stokely holds their annual Snowshoe Fest which attracts over 200 participants.
Driving distance from Algoma’s Water Tower Inn & Suites in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario: 24.9 km/15.5 miles.
Enjoy 2-3 day vacations, exploring the Great Lakes Heritage Coast with the Inn as your Trailhead.
I have NEVER seen REAL CREAM in an in room fridge until our stay at Your Inn. I was SO THRILLED!!! Also the pictures that flash behind the front desk that brought me back to ALL the Beauty of the Soo and surounding area! Thank You again for the Great Memories and Hats OFF to You and ALL Your Staff!!- Kim Bate, Lethbridge, AB