727 Bay St.
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 6Y3
Phone: (705) 253-7533
Fax: (705) 253-7667
The magic of this museum is that it is on the Camp Valley, an actual 11,500-ton ship that has been converted into a gallery of Lake Superior maritime history. Penciled in on the register of National Historic Places, it allows visitors to explore an actual lake freighter and see the pilothouse, eating quarters, and where its ore shipments were stored. A memorial and exhibit to the doomed Edmund Fitzgerald, which was made famous in song, is a must stop. And, in a bit or irony, the ship also houses five aquariums full of fish indigenous to Lake Superior. September and October times may vary, please call ahead.Admission: USD8 adults; USD4 kids (6-16).
Ice skating, a pro shop, ice rentals, ice hockey, figure skating, Parks & Recreation Department offices, and more can be found at the Pullar Community Building & Stadium, home to the Hiawatha Skating Club, Sault High Blue Devils, Sault Michigan Hockey Association and other local youth and adult hockey leagues. The building is also available for non-ice events and advertisements.
One of two city-owned and operated hockey rinks, Kaine's Rink features rollerblading, roller hockey, ice hockey and a heated viewing room.
A part of the St. Mary's River, the Whitefish Island is a beautiful fishing station that was used by Anishenabek tribes. In 1981, this historical island was awarded the status of a National Historic Site of Canada.
The Sault Ste. Marie Municipal Golf Course and Country Club is over 100 years old. The Country Club offers its members use of the clubhouse, dining area and banquet room, bar and pool.
Dondee Lanes is a 24-lane bowling center on the Chippewa County snowmobile trail in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan that offers junior, adult and mixed leagues, weekend cosmic bowling and professional ball fitting, drilling and pro-shop services. The sports bar has dart machines, pool tables, on-line golf, shuffle board, air hockey and big screen TVs.
Tanglewood Marsh features an 18-hole golf course, a pro shop, and a restaurant.
Runway Park is a Sault Ste. Marie Airport Development Corporation initiative which looks at offering recreation facilities and entertainment to one and all. Spread over a massive green land, the park provides for numerous entertainment options like motor sports, gaming and live public events.
This popular ski resort welcomes everyone to enjoy skiing in a safe and fun environment. For complete details about the facilities and services on offer, please check website.