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Drive & RV Tours

The ultimate touring landscapes await you in Algoma. Awe-inspiring backdrops of breathtaking scenery follow you along our grip twisting roadways. Fun roadside and area attractions, crystal clear waters, clean fresh air and friendly people are just some of the reasons why our region is the ideal drive & RV tour destination.

Algoma is full of untold stories and wonders that are just waiting for you to discover. In spring, Algoma awakens from its winter slumber. Driving tours lead to maple syrup festivals and pancake breakfasts. Trees and flowers are beginning to bud and bloom. Spring is the best time to explore our waterfalls as the creeks and rivers that feed them are unthawing and the flow of water is strong and powerful! In summer, there are so many adventures! Secluded beaches, hiking trails and nature walks, day trips to paddle nearby lakes and rivers, and opportunities to photograph nature and wildlife. Many of our cities and towns have museums and attractions, shopping and farmers markets to learn local history and food.

Fall in Algoma is by far our most spectacular time to visit. Our touring routes are lined with magnificent, vibrant colours of red, orange and yellow. Many harvest fall fairs and artisan tours are held during this season.

No matter what time of year you plan a driving or RV tour, you’ll find excellent accommodations and campgrounds, places to eat and many wonderful things to do.

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Grand Algoma Drive

Distance: 682 km / 424 mi

Ride along side Lake Superior and one of the top 10 drives in Canada from Sault Ste. Marie to Wawa Ontario.

Algoma North Drive

Distance: 328 km / 203 mi

Starting in Wawa near beautiful Lake Superior ride north to White River and take Hwy 631 then east on Hwy 11 to Hearst.

Island North Drive

Distance: 218 km / 117 mi

Ride and experience great scenic stops including the Loon Dollar monument and Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site.

Deer Trail Drive

Distance: 120 km / 72 mi

Take the road less travelled and explore the Deer Trail Touring as you wind and pass through the city of Elliot Lake on this journey of breathtaking vistas.