5 More Places to Visit as you travel along Lake Superior (Pt.2 of 2)

Your Mar Mac wilderness adventure typically begins with a drive along the shore of Lake Superior to White River, ON.

Last week we showed you our 5 favourite places to stop to explore the natural world along the beautiful, north shore of Lake Superior.  This week our stops center on our favourite man-made attractions that we feel are worthy of your attention.  Again we have listed them from east to west, or Sault Ste. Marie to White River.

photo credit: The Trading Post

1 – As you leave Sault Ste. Marie, we suggest you gas up, grab an ice-cream and check out the shops at the Trading Post and Frontier Village.

photo credit: The Voyageurs’ Lodge and Cookhouse

2 – Next up is Batchewana Bay and The Voyageurs’ Lodge and Cookhouse where you can visit the beach and grab a traditional voyageur meal.  Make sure you get one of their famous apple fritters to go!

photo credit: northernontario.travel

3 – A trip along this segment of highway is not complete without a stop at the Wawa Goose! Park at the visitor center, check out the displays and make sure to get your photo with the famous Wawa Goose!

photo credit: Young’s General Store

4 – Just past the Wawa Goose, take a step back in history at Youngs General Store.  This is one of the most talked about tourist spots on the Trans-Canada Highway, with Henrietta the moose always standing on the front porch waiting to greet you.

photo credit: White River, ON

5 – White River is your gateway to Mar Mac Lodge however make sure to spend some time here learning about the black bear that inspired the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh stories!

As we mentioned last week, there are countless places to stop along this route.  We would be pleased to help you design a personalized itinerary for you and your travel mates.

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