One passport, four cultural heritage attractions:
All aboard for a one-day rail excursion into the heart of the Canadian wilderness. Relax in our comfortable picture window coaches or full service dining cars as you experience an incredible journey over towering trestles, alongside northern lakes and rivers and through the awesome granite rock formations and mixed forests of the Canadian Shield. Your tour is highlighted with a two hour stay in the pristine beauty of Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park. Phone 705-946-7300 or 1-800-242-9287
An abundance of First Nation crafts and Canadian wood carvings in a historical trading post atmosphere where customer service is outstanding. Seasonal. Phone 705-882-2311
Bruce Peninsula National Park is a Biosphere Reserve. Here are massive rugged cliffs, ancient cedar trees, rare alvars, forests and lakes. Fathom Five Marine Park preserves shipwrecks, historic lighthouses, and deep freshwater ecosystems. Phone (519) 596-2233
Learn about Algoma adventure, and tourism and border crossing information in this cozy shop located in Mackinaw City. http://www.watertowerinn.com/admin/content/index.aspx
Exhibits and displays of the forest fire fighting and bush plane flying industry including interactive opportunities located in a waterfront aerodrome. Phone 877 BUSHPLANE
Coastal sea kayak excursions, with guiding and support using qualified and experienced guides. Phone 705-649-3540 or 800-970-6662
Crimson Ridge is a scenic and challenging 18 hole championship golf course located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. Crimson Ridge boasts many natural features of a spectacular Northern Ontario landscape. Waterfalls, creeks, numerous elevation changes, mature hardwoods and spectacular views and vistas await you on this scenic par 72 layout.
Lake Superior Park is internationally renowned for its awe-inspiring scenery and backcountry trails. Highlights include the Agawa Rock Pictographs, Sand River and Old Woman Bay. Natural and heritage attractions abound for artists (this is Group of Seven country) as well as hiking, kayaking and canoeing adventurers. Phone (705) 856-2284
A passenger / car ferry excursion traversing the Lake Huron Passage, linking the Bruce Peninsula and Manitoulin Island. Terminals at Tobermory (800.265.3163 or 519.596.2510) and South Baymouth (705.859.3161).
Photographic artwork displays that feature outdoor experiences and travels of acclaimed journalists and photographers, Joanie and Gary McGuffin: the Adventurers. Phone 800-461-0800
Superior Adventures by Sea Kayak and Canoe - Instruction, rentals, weekend getaways, day trips, extended journeys - Fall hikes in the Agawa Canyon.Phone: (800) 203-9092
Guided fishing adventures along the St. Mary's River or throughout the Algoma region. John Giuliani: (705) 942-5473.
The rock and ice climbing school offers climbing instruction and guiding at many sites along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Website: www.northofsuperiorclimbing.com. Phone: 705-946-6054
Official trail organization that builds, manages and grooms 450 kms of connected trail system providing access to Algoma and beyond for snowmobile adventures. Phone 705-759-0023
The Mountains of the Midwest. A year round resort featuring winter recreation activities on a 750 foot vertical. Phone 705-781-2340 or 800-663-ALGOMA
A cultural centre and trading post in a beautiful timber log structure which serves as a gallery for a wide variety of high quality Indian arts and crafts. Phone (705) 844-2864
Daily departures to historic Mackinac Island from St. Ignace and Mackinaw City, Michigan. An exciting and comfortable ride aboard Star Line's Hydro-Jet Ferries.
Guided fly fishing tours, including a half-day trip on the St.-Mary's River. Contact Brad at email@example.com. Website: http://soonorthflyshop.shawwebspace.ca
The Great Spirit Circle Trail encompasses eight First Nation communities on Manitoulin Island and the Sagamok region in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. Truly blessed by the Creator, it is one of the most beautiful and serene regions in Northeastern Ontario Canada. Manitoulin Island, the largest freshwater island in the world and Sagamok are home to the "Anishnawbek" – the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi people with a long and storied history, rich culture and abundant lands.
Picturesque, nautical village atop the Bruce Peninsula offering exceptional hiking, nature interpretation, diving and boat excursions. Phone (519) 596-2452.
Hike the Association’s true wilderness trails that traverse the Great Lakes Heritage Coast ...designated as part of the Trans Canada Trail. Phone 705-779-3409 or 877-393-4003
Cultural discovery and excursions authentically presented in this attractive unceded territorial home of the Three Fires Wikwemikong Nation. Phone (705) 859-2214
In my day job I work as a Systems Technologist for a major broadcaster and spend between 150 and 200 nights a year sleeping in hotels. I’ve stayed in all the major chains such as Delta, Fairmount, Hilton, Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Select, Journey’s End, Super 8, Ramada, and Day's, as well as the independent hotels such as yours. Never has a hotel or motel made me feel so welcome, and never has a particular staff member tried so hard to ruin one of my grumpy days.