Just a stone's throw across St. Mary's River from Michigan is quaint Sault Ste. Marie, known to locals simply as "The Soo". This out of the way destination offers attractions year round, with ample downhill and cross-country skiing as well as the Bon Soo Winter Carnival during the snowy months and scenic canal and lock boat tours, kayak excursions, parks and a beautiful promenade to be enjoyed when the sun comes out. OLG Casino Sault Ste. Marie is popular with locals and visitors all year long.
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4.5 based on 451 reviews
A hands on museum featuring 29 planes including the 1st Beaver float plane produced. 2 award winning movies including Wildfires! A fire fighting adventure in 3-D. Take a ride in the flight simulator, climb an actual fire tower enjoy fun times in our Children's Centre. Open 10-4 mid October to mid May, 9 - 6 mid May to mid October 7 days a week. Closed Good Friday, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Boxing Day and New Years Day.
So wonderful we could go back again and again, but we live an hour’s plane ride away ourselves!! Huge variety of bush plane’s, all for specific different individual purposes. Simulation plane was great, taking us over the lands we had just travelled on the Agawa...MoreThank-you so much Claire for the wonderful review. We are so pleased your enjoyed out great Museum and look forward to seeing you again. Best regards, Edie Suriano, Marketing & Promotions
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Sail your boat through the lock at the Sault Ste. Marie Canal, or do your exploring of this fascinating site on foot. Learn how this Canal - once boasting the longest lock in the world and the first one powered by electricity - allowed ships, and now pleasure craft, to bypass the rapids caused by a change in elevation in the St. Marys River. Free entry to our Visitor Centre, gift shop, washrooms, parking, walking and biking trails. Fat Bikes available for hourly rental. Full guided site tours available for a small fee. The Lock, Visitor Centre and washrooms are closed from Mid October to Mid May, but the site still open to the public to enjoy the exterior exhibits, grounds and trails.
The Canadian Soo Lock gets a tiny fraction of the visitors to the larger American Locks. It is relaxed and unlike the US locks, you can walk up next to the locks where you can talk to the people on the boats and even cross over the gates to a natural area with trails.
4.5 based on 426 reviews
We hit a rather cool weekend here, but our spirits weren’t to be dampened! The boardwalk is an easy walk, clean, and well populated without being “busy”. We walked quite a ways on it and enjoyed every step!
4.5 based on 76 reviews
Limit your visit to the playgounds which are impressive, However do not walk the nicely paved extensive walkway as they are completely covered in goose poop. No efforts to cleanup for nearly a month now. Your dog will pick up fleas there.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
Mill Market Farmers Market is conveniently located right off the Hub Trail, just steps away from the Ontario locks and the scenic St. Mary’s River waterfront. Grown, raised or crafted by Northern Ontario’s farmers, ranchers, fishermen, artists and artisans; Mill Market brings the best of our lakes, fields and Forests to the heart of the historic Canal District in downtown Sault Ste. Marie. From farm to table, Mill Market connects Northern Ontario farmers to local consumers strengthening the local food economy and nurturing healthy communities.
Whether you just want to explore or rush in with a shopping list, you will surely stay a little longer than you expected. This is the market to find a perfect locally-made gift, fresh produce, cooked foods and baked goods. The venders are keen to show you their handiwork and let you taste their creations. You will enjoy the crowd in an almost festive atmosphere. In addition to the numerous booths and kiosks inside the main building (a retired fish hatchery) there are also vender sheds around the grounds, which also provides ample parking. You can enjoy prepared foods and snacks while sitting and listening to occasional entertainment as well. As a bonus, the Mill
Market is located near the entrance to the historic St. Mary's River Canal, now a National Park. You are always welcome.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Nice slice of nature close to downtown sault ste. marie. located on the root river it is a great swimming and picnic spot and has been for years.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
Congrats to the Government for actually preserving history. This is a government run facility and very well done with an excellent movie on the Ermatinger House, Battle of 1812 and the House occupants throughout the Century. Visit the House and the museum. Very good gift shop. Good volunteers who obviously enjoy their work.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
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OLG Casino Sault Ste. Marie with 430+ slot machines plus table games including Texas Hold'em Poker and more! Enjoy our full service Getaway restaurant. Mon to Wed 9am to 2 am and 24 hours Thurs to Sun
What can I say? It would've been great to win! So many slot machines to choose from. Twenty bucks vanished into thin air in less than five minutes.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Great walking trails through hardwoods during fall colours are always enjoyable. Main trail is paved and well maintained with scenic views and amazing Bridges, etc. and connects to the City's Hub trail system. There are some off shoot trails as well that are not paved and can be rugged at times but are also worth investigating. All in all a very nice place for a healthy and enjoyable walk.
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