Things To Explore Around Our Drive-In Lodge.
Wawa Area Attractions
Lake Superior Provincial Park - 60 km from the lodge
Lake Superior Provincial Park is one of the largest provincial parks in Ontario, covering about 1,550 square kilometres along the northeastern shores of Lake Superior between Sault Ste. Marie and Wawa in Algoma District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada.
Scenic High Falls - 30 km from the lodge
Magpie Scenic High Falls is located in Wawa in Ontario’s Algoma Country. This waterfall will never disappoint. Standing 75 feet (22.8 m) and 124 feet (38 m) wide its magnificence is definitely worth the visit. Just a few steps from the parking area you’ll find the main lookout with picnic area. There is also a short trail to the right of the falls that allows for different vantage points.
Sandy Beach - 35 km from the lodge
Sandy Beach is a beautiful white sandy beach on Lake Superior, about 1 km long framed by bedrock cliffs. The beach faces west, is about 25 metres wide and is excellent for sunbathing and swimming. The beach is backed by sand dunes with fragile plant communities.
Agawa Rock Pictographs - 105 km from the lodge
Agawa Rock, is one of the most famous pictograph sites in Canada, found within Lake Superior Provincial Park. The area is also one of the most visited indigenous archaeological sites in Canada. The majority of paintings from the Agawa site are said to date from the 17th and 18th centuries. Pictographs are survived messages from the past. This is a sacred site where generations of Ojibwe have come to record dreams, visions and events.
Katherine Cove Beach - 95 km from the lodge
Katherine Cove is located in Lake Superior Provincial Park in Ontario’s Algoma Country. This is a sandy beach on the shore of Lake Superior. Picnic tables, benches and a restroom are available for visitors to utilize. The Cove and adjacent Lizard Islands offer swimmers warmer shallow waters to enjoy. A short yet demanding Coastal Trail from the beach will lead you to the natural wonder, Bathtub Island.
Potholes - 20 km from the lodge
A short walking trail with boardwalks and interpretive signs takes you through distinctive bedrock scenery including “potholes” formed by glacial erosion, miniature waterfalls and boreal forest along the Kinniwabi River. A nice convenient picnic stop along Highway 101 in an ancient glacial valley.
The Michipicoten Golf Course- 28 km from the lodge
The Michipicoten Golf Course is a not-for-profit public golf course located in Wawa, Ontario just down the hill from town. It is a picturesque full length 9 hole course with a creek flowing in front of the second green and the Magpie River running alongside Hole #9.