The US Sault Locks upstream (with International Bridge) This section gives you all of the travel information for Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario (the "Sault") and Sault Ste Marie, Michigan (the "Soo"), including city and area tourist attractions (on both sides of the border), hotels and accommodations, city maps, as well as getaway travel from Sault Ste. Marie.

The Sault Locks are a big part of the attraction in Sault Ste Marie, with the American Locks used for the large Great Lakes ships, and the Canadian Locks used for recreational boats, as well as a National Historical Site.

Visit our sister site, TransCanadaHighway.com, for coast-to-coast travel info.

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Sault Ste Marie Accommodation

Here are some featured hotels, motels, long-term rentals, lodges/cottages, and campgrounds in the Sault Ste Marie area:

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view listing for Knight Home B&BAccommodationKnight Home B&B

This turn of the century home was built by Robert H.Knight for his eldest son Cecil and his wife Kristin. The present owner is the grandson of Cecil and Kristin. large multi-level deck, small sitting room with TC

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view listing for Busy Beaver CampgroundAccommodationBusy Beaver Campground

We are a small 37-site seasonal campground offering excellent camping experiences for all age groups. A family-friendly atmosphere. Located on a gorgeous spring-fed and unpolluted inland lake, perfect for swimming and fishing

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view listing for Lake Lauzon ResortAccommodationLake Lauzon Resort

Lodge and winterized lake front Cabins, Open year round. 15 RV sites, boat launch, private beach. Fantastic fishing!

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view listing for Bell's Point BeachAccommodationBell's Point Beach

Camp under 'majestic white pines' along the St. Mary's River system. Natural sand beach, beautiful open or treed lots. Fresh spring drinking water. Great fishing!!!!

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view listing for Wild Rose RV ParkAccommodationWild Rose RV Park

If you’re a nature lover you can go for a bike, hike or by ATV on the trail out back miles into the wilderness. Do bird watching, wild life sightings, hike to a far off mountain top.

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Sault Ste Marie Attractions

Here are some featured local attractions, museums, historical sites, and festivals:

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view listing for Root River Golf ClubAttractionRoot River Golf Club

This executive course, built in 1940, offers challenging golf play for intermediate to the most experienced of golfers. The course is well-treed and relatively flat, making it easy-walking. The mature trees come into play on five of the nine holes.

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view listing for Maplewood Golf CourseAttractionMaplewood Golf Course

This small nine hole par 3 course features two water hazard. This is a great course to practice your short game, small but fast greens.

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view listing for Tanglewood Marsh Golf ClubAttractionTanglewood Marsh Golf Club

A new and very scenic course is carved out of the forest, known for its wildlife and natural settings. The water hazards (marshy ponds) come into play on seven holes.
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view listing for Canadian Bushplane Heritage CentreAttractionCanadian Bushplane Heritage Centre

Visit our 64,000 square foot hangar with over 30 interactive and hands-on aircraft exhibits, including two theatres, a Flight Simulator, and much more! Volunteer-driven, we are dedicated to preserving the history of bushflying & forestry in Canada.

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view listing for T and T ProductionsAttractionT and T Productions

Welcome to Sault Ste. Marie Michigan, home of the famous Soo Locks. We Offer Original Videos and Sound Tracks of the Eastern Upper Peninsula - featuring the "Bottom of the Lock" DVD.

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Travel Services

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view listing for Lakeview Gas Bar & (Greyhound Bus Depot)Travel ServiceLakeview Gas Bar & (Greyhound Bus Depot)

Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 1,100 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 6.5 million passengers each year.

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view listing for Greyhound Canada (Greyhound Bus Depot)Travel ServiceGreyhound Canada (Greyhound Bus Depot)

Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 1,100 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 6.5 million passengers each year.

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view listing for National Car and Truck RentalTravel ServiceNational Car and Truck Rental

National Car Rental operates in over 3,000 locations, and operates over 275,000 quality vehicles that serve over 15 million business & leisure travelers annually.

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view listing for Budget Car And Truck RentalTravel ServiceBudget Car And Truck Rental

Budget has great deals on Compacts, Mid-sizes, Minivans, and Standard SUVs, even trucks for your move. With "Fastbreak" you have no lines, no paperwork, no signatures...and one-click online booking!

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view listing for R & J Variety (Greyhound Bus Depot)Travel ServiceR & J Variety (Greyhound Bus Depot)

Greyhound Canada is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in Canada, serving nearly 1,100 locations. It has become an icon of bus travel, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to 6.5 million passengers each year.

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Sault Ste Marie Intown Attractions

Sault Ste Marie Lock Tours on the waterfront

There is lots to see and do around Sault Ste Marie, both on the Ontario side and the Michigan side of the St Mary's River. Take a tour of the city's shoreline, either from land or by boat. You can visit a museums, lots of parks and waterfront greenspace, and activities and sports to keep anybody busy (and happy). We even have a page that has tips on hundreds of things to do with kids.


Nearby Towns & Attractions

Hilton Beach Marina with Sailboats, on St Josephs Island

There are a lot of attractions in the countryside around Sault Ste Marie. You can head north on the Transportation-Canada Highway (or take the train!) and visit the scenic Agawa Canyon in Lake Superior Provincial Park, a favourite of the Group of Seven artists. Or you can head south into Michigan; and explore its Upper Peninsula, nestled between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. Or you can head east to enjoy pretty St Joseph's Island (shown) or even futher east along the North Channel of Lake Huron to Manitoulin Island.


Sault Ste Marie Accommodation

Punta Cana beach in Domenican Republic

There are many accommodation options in the area, from first class hotels, to motels, beds & breakfast, long-term accommodation, wilderness lodges and camping.


Away: Travelling Out of Town

We even have lots of tips for getting away, including other countries' Online Travel Offices, links to travel guidebooks' web sites. We even have links to sites that can help you plan a honeymoon, eloped wedding, or romantic getaway. To round things out we have information about Canada & US Customs, a listing of Canadian embassies and consulates around the world, and an overview of our airport(s) and links to airports around the world (so you can check what to do during connections between flights)


Sustainable Travel & Eco-Tourism

Going Green: Eco-friendly content!

We recogize that travel inherently uses a lot of energy and a lot of resources, since it involves moving us (and our luggage) large distances around the world. Here are a number of suggestions for reducing our impact as well as our "carbon footprint".


Travel Feature

For those travelling between Canada & the US, those entering (or re-entering) the U.S.A. BY AIR are required to present a valid passport, Air NEXUS card, or U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document. As of January 31, 2008, these rules include those entering the USA BY LAND OR SEA.

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