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The Art Gallery of Algoma (AGA) is a public gallery dedicated to cultivating and advancing the awareness of visual arts in Sault Ste. Marie and Algoma district. The AGA’s commitment to excellence is reflected in all aspects of its programming. Approximately 20 exhibtions are mounted each year featuring local, national and international artists. The AGA also boasts an ever-growing permanent collection of 5000 works of art, including original paintings of the Group of Seven. The AGA offers art classes, workshops, films, exhibition tours, school visits and other programming for all age groups. For truly inspired gift ideas, the Gallery Shop is the best place to find a good selection of the Group of Seven items, and unique gifts made mostly by local artists and crafts people. Gallery Cafe offers visitors coffee, tea, soft drinks, ice cream and light snacks. It features a beautiful view of the St. Mary’s river, Sault Michigan and the International Bridge.
Escape to Nature on 2 private islands linked to the mainland by a bridge. Spend the night or several days in a unique cottage overlooking Lake Huron. Cottages range in size from 1 bedroom to 3 bedrooms. All cottages have a picnic table, Weber briquette BBQ and bonfire pit with muskoka chairs. Hike the trails, swim or explore the shoreline with complimentary canoes and one man kayaks. Fishing rods available if you wish to experience fishing. Air compressor and bike repair tools on site. Located 1.5 miles from downtown Bruce Mines. All amenities are offered in Town, laundromat, bank, Foster’s Freshmart, restaurants , ice cream shop and shopping. Pick up some supplies on your way to the resort. You will follow Bruce Bay Road to the end and then go over a bridge onto the islands. Stop and enjoy the view. To your right is the North Channel and to your left is Bruce Bay and the Town of Bruce Mines. What to do while in our community. Bruce Mines was the first Copper Mine in Canada . Explore the museum and the Simpson Mine Shaft Tour. Hike the historic Mine Trail only a short distance on your bike. Enjoy the waterfront located downtown Bruce Mines. Tom Thomson painted the harbour of Bruce Mines in 1912. Bruce Mines is located 72.98 km or 65.89 miles from Blind River and 70km or 43 miles from Sault Ste Marie. Sault Ste Marie offers the Kinsmen Trails at Hiawatha Park or Sault Ste Marie Canal Historic Site. Blind River offers the Boom Camp Trails. Bike our local country dirt roads that lead to the Voyageur Trail or just observe nature and the farmlands. St Joseph Island also has cycling trails. For more information visit the Bruce Mines & district Chamber of Commerce web site at www.brucemineschamber.com
Located on the waterfront in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, the Bushplane is a national museum that is geared for a whole family experience. The museum caters to both young and old age demographics with amazing exhibits geared to all ages. The CBHC attracts guests from around the region in Canada and the United States, and abroad. We welcome many tour buses through the year with school groups as well as touring buses from across Canada and the United States. We feature 2 award winning movies including Wildfires, a fire fighting adventure in 3-D, flight simulator and hands on exhibits. Trip Advisor Award of Excellence.
Enjoy over 20 km of thrilling, scenic and technical fat biking trails around Crimson Ridge Golf Course. Stop by our restaurant before or after your ride and enjoy a great meal or appetizers as well as hot or cold beverages.
Weekend Brunch Hours – Join us for brunch throughout the winter with our signature Crimson Ridge inspired Maple Syrup. Brunch will include an assortment of A La Carte options from 10 am to 2 pm on weekends.
As the city’s only waterfront full-service hotel, Delta Hotels Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront invites you to explore downtown while soaking up sweeping views of St. Mary’s River. You’ll have unbeatable, direct access to the waterfront bike trail to explore and connect to many local paths. When hunger strikes, head to View Restaurant for a variety of menu items in a stylish setting. At the end of the day, revel in relaxation in our modern rooms with plush bedding, complimentary Wi-Fi, oversized windows boasting city or water views. Enjoy our waterfront fitness center and large indoor pool. Discover a seamless travel experience at Delta Hotels Sault Ste. Marie.
Downtown Sault Ste. Marie is a vibrant, historic and certified bicycle friendly location. Spanning from The Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site to the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre and from Wellington Street to the St. Marys River waterfront. Visitors can ride along the beautiful waterfront boardwalk watching boats and ‘lakers’ locking through between Lake Huron and Lake Superior, as well, enjoy a trail system on Whitefish and St. Mary’s Island, Esposito Pump Track, patios, restaurants, attractions, art murals and local shops all in one business area!
The cabin can be rented as described or within a mountain biking package. This includes a 2 night stay at the cabin and a 1/2 day guided mountain biking tour with Red Pine Tours. Check out the dates for the package on our website.
Norm’s Cabin is a remote cabin that can only be accessed by biking or hiking the 8km trail. It is situated on Bone Lake with access to over 100km of trails. Gear, supplies and water will be transported in for guests. At the cabin there is a propane stove, fridge and lights as well as dishes, cutlery, pots and pans. Linens, and basic supplies such as dish soap and garbage bags are also supplied. Although there is no running water nor access to the internet, the lake has only one other cabin on it and it is rare to encounter anyone else in the area. The cabin is on the Stokely Creek Lodge cross country ski network and as such offers over 100kms of double track riding. There is also a single track trail maintained by the local cycling club. It is the perfect getaway to reconnect with nature.
Northern Superior Brewing Co. is located on the rear side of the Ontario Heritage Bush Plane Museum. We welcome all to come and join us for a selection of beer tasting while touring our facility. Northern Superior provides a touch of northern beer making history in a comfortable tap room waiting for you to stop in.
Your Ontario experience starts here! Visit our bicycle friendly Ontario Travel Information Centre and let us help you plan an Ontario itinerary as unique as you are. We are your one-stop travel source and we are proud to offer the following services to cyclists:
Some of the many services we offer are:
. Bicycle racks
. Rest Area
. Local and Provincial Cycling Information
. Free Cycling Maps
. Beverages Available for purchasing
. A vast array of free travel brochures of all of Ontario
. Free Ontario Road maps
. Discount coupons, special promotion packages
. Customized trip planning
. Accommodation reservations and attraction ticket sales
. Free Wi-Fi service
Discover why Ontario is a four-season vacation destination like no other.
Welcome to the Red Top Motor Inn! We are located in the village of Iron Bridge in the Municipality of Huron Shores, in Ontario, Canada. Our unique main building, designed in the Festival Style and opened in 1961 is a landmark on Highway 17. We are your home away from home on the Trans-Canada Highway and the perfect stopping place whether you are cycling across the continent, staying in Algoma to ride our great loops or fish in some of the most pristine lakes in Ontario.
The Red Top is your gourmet stop for food, accommodation and relaxation. We feature the best food you will find on the Highway as you glide across this magnificent wilderness of lakes, rocky outcrops and trees. Be sure and visit our First Nations and our local farms.
Cycle on beautiful St. Joseph Island. Visit the Richards Landing Marina. A public restaurant, marina, free parking, public washrooms, a permanent outdoor bike repair stand and pump with bike rack, and amazing views of the St. Joseph Channel await you. LCBO, Hospital, gift shops and historic sites can be found downtown as well.
Recreational cycling: The Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site invites cyclists to experience our newly paved road and pathways. In addition, the Attikamek trail system features 2.2 km of trails on South Ste. Marys Island passing through forest, wetlands and right under the International Bridge! Our packed gravel surface makes the trails ideal for all types of bikes. Primarily flat with minimal grade, our trails are great for all ages and levels of experience. Fat bikes: Fat bikes are also available for rent at the Sault Canal. Explore the trails with these fun, off-road- ready bikes. Want to try one out? Rentals start at $10/ hour per bike. Adult and youth sizes available. Rental includes a helmet and bike lock. Come to the Visitor Centre and try one today! Availability is on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are not available. Free admission to the Sault Canal site means you can come explore the trails and enjoy the beautiful views at your leisure.
Former long distance cyclist offering a place to camp for touring cyclists. Max group size is 4 please. Washroom and shower available . Quiet location with fantastic views. Walk to town for supplies and food.