The Algoma Blog

A Road Trip Around the Grand Algoma Tour – Part 3

Read A Road Trip Around the Grand Algoma Part 1 and Part 2. Although the Grand Algoma Tour can be completed in 1 day, we recommend 2 days, or even extending to a third day as there are lots of things to see and do on the route. Find out why in the Final Part […]

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Mouthwatering Maple Magic

Can you smell that??? That is the smell of spring and do you know what comes with the spring season? I’ll give you one guess with a few helpful hints. It’s sticky, it’s sweet and just plain delicious! If you guessed maple syrup then give yourself a pat on the back or better yet reward […]

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The Gold Rush in Algoma: Maple Syrup Time

So sweet, delicious and considered northern gold is the sap run in Algoma. It is that time of year once again to enjoy maple syrup on pancakes and French toast throughout the region’s pancake houses. Maple Syrup is made from the sap from the abundant maple trees which are abundant in Algoma. For generations, the […]

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A Guide to Cycling on St. Joseph Island

Touring Algoma Country isn’t just for cars and motorcycles, it’s for cyclists too. If you’re looking for new spots in Ontario to explore on a bicycle, you should put St. Joseph Island at the top of the list. We’ve shared many great stories with you about the Island like its’ amazing maple syrup and family […]

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St. Joseph Island Fauna: The Best Place to Be Close to Nature

St. Joseph Island is a wildlife paradise for the outdoor enthusiast, bird watcher, hunter and photographer. St. Joseph Island is located on the North part of Lake Huron and boasts a rich history. St. Joseph Island is teaming with wildlife, birds, reptiles and amphibians that inhabit the island along the coast or inland in smaller […]

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