Nature & Outdoors
Imagine yourself surrounded by a landscape that seems too perfect to be real. The Canadian Shield, boreal forests and two of the largest fresh water lakes in the world await you in the beautiful Algoma Region. Breathe in the clean fresh air and allow yourself to experience the breathtaking wilderness that Northern Ontario has to offer.
Picture yourself hiking or mountain biking on one of our many wilderness trails right in Algoma's vast 22,000 square miles untouched backyard. The beautiful beaches with water so clear you can see the ripples in the sand below as you swim in the one of the region's refreshing lakes. For kayak and canoe enthusiasts our lakes provide world class paddling renowned for their pristine waters and rugged coastline. Our provincial parks in Algoma offer a variety of both backcountry and full service camping sites.
Experience hiking through a groomed nature trail, or rough it alone in the magnificent untouched areas of Algoma.
Canoe on water as smooth and quiet as the wilderness, or you can take on challenging white water.
Experience the rugged shoreline of Lake Superior or kayak one of the many inland lakes or rivers in the region.
Play a round of 9 or 18 at one of the many lush and green scenic courses in the region.
Rocky elevations and stunning scenery await adventurers and convenient places to stay compliment the experience.
Nature lovers and recreation enthusiasts will discover a true wilderness treasure in the Chapleau Crown Game Preserve.
Some of the finest Nordic skiing terrain, track, facilities and meticulously groomed trails in the world.
Our region offers ski opportunities from family style ski lodges to one of Ontario's premier ski resort.
For the explorer, Algoma provides the most captivating backdrop for trekking the wilderness on snowshoes.
Excursions to Agawa Canyon have views of the famous landscape cut into the Canadian Shield.