Welcome to Algoma

We welcome you to Algoma, Northern Ontario! It is place that has to be experienced.  We border on two of the greatest of the Great Lakes, Superior and Huron, shorelines are our most southerly borders.  They are playgrounds for everything outdoors.Our inland geography with its old growth forests and countless rivers, lakes and streams means Algoma is home to astounding wildlife and fishing and hunting opportunities that will simply knock your socks off.  Its landscapes will make you gasp. Its people will make you feel welcome. Our summer is a playground of fresh water, warm weather, clean air and tons of  things to see and do.  From a relaxing hike to a challenging expedition into the far reaches of our many provincial parks, you can truly relax or test your skills during an Algoma summer. Blue skies, clear water and clean, fresh air make for the best summer vacations.

Fall brings massive changes to Algoma. All of our green turns into vibrant colours, as far as your eye can see. Fiery reds, brilliant oranges and yellows make the very best backdrop for touring whether by car or motorcycle.  The hair on the back of your neck is sure to rise while on our coastline tours. Goose bumps are guaranteed.

Once the leaves fall from the trees, winter brings a playground of ice and snow!  You can ride on uncrowded trails, downhill or cross country ski or simply snuggle up and enjoy the warmth of your accommodations. White is the colour of our winter and its deep, clean and plentiful!

After the snow melts, our landscapes wake up with new growth. Our fish are ready to take on any angler, cottages and lodges are prepared for your arrival. We are so ready for your arrival! Our cities and towns polish winter away. Algoma is THAT spectacular. But you truly have to experience us first hand. So, pull up a chair at mother nature’s table in Algoma, don’t settle for less than a real experience.


Featured Packages

Upcoming Events

October 1, 2016

Algoma Fall Festival

October 28, 2016

Murder Mystery Weekends

October 28, 2016

Haunted Corn Maze

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