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What to See & Do Between Wawa and Sault Ste Marie?

This was one of the most challenging sections of the Trans-Canada to build (see the “history” articles) through the Algoma Wilderness. The northern portion of this route has stunning high bridges (the most challenging part of the Trans-Canada construction), and the southern portion winds its way up and down hills overlooking Lake Superior’s eastern shoreline. Take an iconic “selfie” with the Wawa Canada Goose, and beside the Trans-Canada’s midpoint plaque at Batchwana Bay.

Ontario Itinerary - Wawa - Sault Ste Marie

Here is the itinerary for the 224 km along #17 between Wawa and Sault Ste Marie:

Wawa Goose, statue near TCH
The original Trans-Canada Route was highway 11 (designated “The King’s Highway”), which connecting North Bay and Nipigon through northern forests. That highway was started in 1923 and completed as a key war-time project to provide toad access to key mining towns of northern Ontario. When Highway 17 was completed between Marathon and Montreal River in September 1960, it became the new (and much shorter) Trans-Canada Highway.

The Rocks along Lake Superior were created about 2 billion years ago, and are part of the Precambrian Shield (“the Canadian Shield”). The rock was scoured by the last Ice Age, leaving thousands of lakes and ponds.

Highway 171 Mile Hill, near Heyden

While the highway was gradually extended east from Thunder Bay, the stretch from Schreiber to Wawa was built over the 1930s, hindered by the harsh rugged terrain of Lake Superior’s north shore. Similar difficulties were encountered highway 17 was extended northwards from Sault Ste Marie to Montreal River on Agawa Bay. All that remained was a gap of 165 miles between the Agawa River, appropriately called “The Big Gap”. This area was so rugged it was by-passed by the Algoma Central Railway (which connected Sault Ste Marie to northern mining towns), and was a popular dropping-off spot for the famed “Group of Seven” painters on the early 1900s. [Group of Seven: National Gallery | McMichael Collection]

Highway North of Superior around Wawa

The “Big Gap” area was rugged, inaccessible, and covered with virgin timber. Building the highway required clearing a 50 metre (150 ft) right of way before the road construction could begin. The Big Gap had several deep gorges and large rivers that necessitated building 25 bridges, including a 173 metre (685 ft) Big Pic River bridge rising 40 metres (130 ft) just east of Marathon. The five mile stretch north of the Agawa River, required 1 million cubic metres of rock to be moved before road construction could begin.

Mile 1 Hill, near Heyden, north of Sault Ste Marie on the #17

The first part of the Highway south of Wawa threads through beautiful Lake Superior Provincial Park, before settling in for a drive along the eastern coastline of Lake Superior. This stretch gives great views over Lake Superior’s waters (you cannot see the other side, due to curvature of the earth over the lake’s 563 kilometre3 length) to the west, and stunning highlands of Algoma Country (popularized by the Group of Seven artists a century ago) to the east.

The Montreal River is only 104 km long, but because it falls swiftly through granite steep-walled canyons was easily dammed and now has 4 hydro-electric generating plants along its short length, two of which are easily accessible from the Trans-Canada.
Batchwana Bay, the midpoint of the Trans-Canada
Beside Hibbard Bay, at Mamainse is an ancient First Nations copper mine, that may have been worked as far back as 6000 BC. Etienne Brule, the first European explorer to reach Lake Superior sent new of the copper mine to the King of France back in 1623, but mining did not commence in 1772. Another copper mine was discovered in 1889, but petered out in only 5 years. Chippewa Falls, near Batchwana Bay,

Batchwana Bay, about 65 km north of Sault Ste Marie, marks the halfway point of the Trans-Canada Highway, with as many miles to the east as to the west. A Hudson’s Bay fur trading post was opened up here in 1824, but was closed down in 1894. Nearby Chippewa Falls has a very scenic waterfalls/rapids right beside the Trans-Canada Highway.

Sault Ste Marie - Pancake Bay Provincial Park-sliver

Agawa Train unloading passengersFrom this point southwards, travelers enter the St Mary’s River lowlands which connect Lake Superior to Lake Huron. Because Lake Superior’s water level was originally much higher, beach deposits are found even on higher hilltops making for very good agricultural land, though today that land is used for residential and recreational purposes.

Soo Locks Tour Boat

Sault Ste Marie was long an important gathering place for Ojibwa Indians, and the Jesuits built a mission here and called it Sault de Ste Marie (or St Mary’s Rapids, in French). Later, the fur traders of the Northwest Company and the Hudson’s Bay Company built trading forts here.. The strategic location, at the junction of three Great Lakes, made it a key defensive position for both British and Americans during the War of 1812.

Both sides built fortifications and canals, though today, only the American locks are used by modern St Lawrence Seaway shipping. The canal on the Canadian side is older and for smaller recreational craft. On the American side, the decision was to upgrade the canal with two parallel channels and locks to be part of the St Lawrence Seaway. These deeper larger locks enable grain and ore ships form Lake Superior to connect to smelters, factories along the lower Great Lakes and , and to Atlantic shipping at Montreal  on the lower St Lawrence.

Sault Ste Marie - St.Mary's River & International Bridge-sliver (Zhaohui Zheng)

Elevation Chart: Wawa to Sault Ste Marie

Elevation Chart: Wawa to Sault Ste Marie

Trans-Canada Highway Itinerary Map

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-8 Western boundary of Garden River Indian Reserve 14 (Sault Ste Marie 184.4

 

Garden River First Nation, member of the North Shore Tribal Council.


Mamaweswen, North Shore Tribal Council web site.

-7 Trunk Rd & Fournier Rd, access S to Queen St, and S to access Rankin Location Indian Reserve 14 along St Mary River (Sault Ste Marie)  186.2

 

-2 Trunk Rd & Black Rd, WB traffic can head N to bypass Sault Ste Marie, west to downtown, and International Bridge (Sault Ste Marie)  191.1

 

-2 Trunk Rd & Market St, Wellington Square Mall on S side (Sault Ste Marie)  190.2

 

-2 Trunk Rd & Boundary Rd, south to SSM Golf & Country club, N to access Rankin Location Indian Reserve 15D (Sault Ste Marie)  189.3

 

Rankin Location Indian Reserve 15D, member of the Batchewana First Nation.


Sault Ste. Marie Country Club, 2 km S of highway.

-1 Wellington St & Pine St, S to Bellevue Park (Sault Ste Marie)  189.6

 

-1 Wellington St & Trunk Rd at Elizabeth St, Park on S side, Churchill Plaza on E site (Sault Ste Marie)  190.2

 

-1 Trunk Rd & Lake St (Sault Ste Marie)  192.9

 

0 Great Northern Rd & Wellington St. west to downtown Sault Ste Marie, International Bridge, east to Highway 17,North to Wawa (Sault Ste Marie)  190.2

 

Sault Ste Marie.


Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, 6 km SW of intersection..


Downtown Sault Ste Marie (Ontario) shopping, 1 km W of intersection..


Downtown Sault Ste Marie (ON) has 9 hotels… see listings..


International Bridge to Sault Ste Marie, MI (3 km to W of intersection).


Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada, 3 km W of intersection.


Algonquin Hotel (Soo), 3 blocks S of intersection.


Eastgate Hotel, 3 blocks S of intersection.


St Christopher’s Inn, 3 blocks S of intersection.


Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, 0.6 km SW of intersection, via Bay St.


Sault Ste Marie Museum, 07 km W of intersection, via East St..


Sault Area Hospital, 0.5 km S of intersection on Queen St.

2 McNabb St, Cambrian Mall on E side (Sault Ste Marie)  215.5

 

Cambrian Mall, on E side of highway.


Knight Home B&B, about 1 km to SE of intersection, via Bruce St.


Canadian Tire Store in Cambrian Mall.


Canadian Motel on Sw side of intersection.


Bel Air Motel, 0.4 km to SE of intersection.


Knights Inn 0.4 km to SE of intersection.

3 2nd Line E (hwy 550), EB travelers can head E for Sault Ste Marie bypass, W to Fort Creek Conservation Area (8 km) (Sault Ste Marie)  242.3

 

Fort Creek Conservation Area, hiking, picnic area, winter sports. 2 km W of highway.


Algomas Water Tower Inn, on Se corner of intersection.


Comfort Inn, on SW corner of intersection.


Best Western – Great Northern Resort and Conference Centre.


Sault College, 1 km to E of highway.


Sault Ste Marie Airport (YAM) about 18 km W of intersection. Served by Air Canada, Bearskin Airlines, Sunwing.


2nd Line East is the Highway 17 bypass around downtown Sault Ste Marie.

3 Northern Ave, shopping (Sault Ste Marie)  239

 

Super 8 – Sault Ste Marie, to SE of intersection.


Catalina Motel, to SE of intersection.


Skyline Motel, to SE of intersection.

4 Terrance Ave (E) (Sault Ste Marie)  242.6

 

Villa Inn, to NE of intersection.


Adams Inn, to SW of intersection.

5 3rd Line E (Sault Ste Marie)  232.6

 

6 4th Line E, NE to Maplewood Golf Course (Sault Ste Marie)  242.9

 

Maplewood Golf Course on W side of highway.


Root River Golf Course on E side of highway.

8 5th Line E, W to KOA campground, E to Hiawatha Park & Conservation Area, Hwy 17 S of this point is also Great Northern Road (Sault Ste Marie 274

 

KOA Camping Resort.


Hiawatha Park & Conservation Area.

8 Access to RV park, E of hwy, and Root River Golf Club (Sault Ste Marie 264.6

 

9 Large gravel pit to W of hwy (Sault Ste Marie)  287.7

 

11 Glenview Vacation Cottages & RV Park & Campground 309.1

 

Glenview Vacation Cottages & RV Park & Campground.

11 6th Line Rd (Sault Ste Marie)  307.8

 

15 Trout Lake Rd, E, with RV dealer E of hwy 317.9

 

16 Junction 556, NE to Searchmont ski resort, services at junction 330.1

 

Searchmont, and ski resort.

19 Truck Weigh Station, W side of hwy 346.9

 

26 Pine Shores Rd, W access to town of Goulais River (2 km) 197.8

 

Goulais River, 2 km E of highway.


Goulais Bay Reserve , Member of the Batchewana First Nation.

27 Bridge over Goulais River (Goulais River)  194.8

 

28 Services, fuel (Goulais River)  193.9

 

29 Junction Hwy 552 E & W 225.6

 

38 Road W along Batchwana Bay 183.2

 

43 Harmony Beach Rd N along coast 189

 

44 Irwin Island Rd, W 185.9

 

44 Harmony Beach Rd S along coast 191.1

 

49 Whiskey Bay Rd, W 189.6

 

55 Mile 38 Rd E 235.3

 

55 Chippewa River crossing, Chippewa Falls to E of hwy, viewpoint on S side of river 198.1

 

Chippewa Falls photos.

63 River crossing, rest area to N & S of hwy 182.9

 

63 Sand Point Rd 183.8

 

67 Hwy 563 junction, W to Batchwana PP, plaque marking midpoint of the TCH 186.2

 

Batchwana Provincial Park, with sandy beach. Day use, water sports.


plaque marking midpoint of the TCH.


Batchewana First Nation

78 Rd to Pancake Bay PP 192.3

 

Pancake Bay Provincial Park. camping, watersports, hiking.

81 Weston Rd, W 201.2

 

96.4 Southern Boundary of Lake Superior Provincial Park 358.1

 

Lake Superior Provincial Park, camping, day-use, hiking, water sports, winter sports.


Niijkiwenhwag – Friends of Lake Superior Park blog.

103 Alona Bay roadside turnout, W side of hwy 256.3

 

110 Road E & W, services on W side 246

 

115 Road E, hwy services E &W 278.9

 

116 Montreal River Nature Reserve 232.3

 

Montreal River Nature Reserve, significant for its lichen barrens.

118 Trail End Rd, W access to camping (Montreal River)  195.7

 

Twilight Resort campground.

119 Crossing Montreal River, electrical generating facility to E (Montreal River)  242.3

 

124 Rd E to Gartshore Generating Station, Montreal Falls, camping 340.2

 

Gartshore Generating Station.

140 crossing Agawa River 187.5

 

144 Agawa Rock Information Centre, camping, W side of hwy 263.3

 

Agawa Rock Indian Pictographs Trail.


Agawa Rock Visitor Centre.

149 Turnoff, E side of hwy 225.2

 

Agawa Bay Campground, Lake Superior Provincial Park.

153 Crossing Sand River, picnic area E of hwy, N of river 182.9

 

159 Katherine Cove, rest area and toilets W of hwy, hiking trails 182.9

 

160 EB view of Lake Superior’s Agawa Bay & islands. Bald Head (1050 ft) to W, E to mouth of Coldwater River 188.7

 

161 Services E side of hwy 260

 

168 Trapper’s Trail. E of hwy 284.1

 

173 Gargantua Rd 297.5

 

174 Roadside Turnout, Cross-country ski area, east side of highway 301.8

 

177 Baldhead River with rapids to W of highway 358.7

 

182 Road to E of hwy 369.1

 

184 Mijnemungshing Rd E 380.1

 

186 park road W 382.5

 

192 park roads E & W, Park office, Services 354.2

 

199 Rabbit Blanket Lake, camping, cross country skiing, canoeing, S side of hwy 351.4

 

Rabbit Blanket Lake.


Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground.

200 Highway Roadside Turnout, picnic area, scenic view of Old Women Bay 179.5

 

206 Highway Roadside Turnout on E side of hwy 291.4

 

210 north boundary of Lake Superior Provincial Park 281.3

 

Lake Superior Provincial Park, camping, day-use, hiking, water sports, winter sports.


Niijkiwenhwag – Friends of Lake Superior Park blog.

218 Crossing Michipicoten River 185.3

 

219 Historical Plaque, W side of highway, Michipicoten River Village Rd, W to Michipicoten Provincial Park (Michipicoten River )  207.3

 

Parkway Motel, just N of Michipicoten River Village Rd. (in W side of Hwy).

222 Scenic Magpie Hills Falls Rd, access to Michipicoten Provincial Park, Gros Cap Indian Reserve 281.9

 

Michipicoten Post Provincial Park., ruins of old trading posts, hiking, no facilities.


Michipicoten First Nation.


Gros Cap Indian Reserve m part of Michipicoten Fist Nation.

223 Pinewood Dr. S access (Wawa)  278.6

 

224 Junction Hwy 101, Wawa Info Centre, N to Wawa airport, town of Wawa, all services (Wawa)  282.5

 

Visitor Information Centre, with the famous statue of the Wawa Canada Goose. public washrooms..


Municipality of Wawa, 3 km to the N of the highway.


Highway 101, as Mission Rd in to Wawa, continues E to Chapleau.


Chapleau, pop. 2300, 130 km E of highway.


Algoma Motel.


Beaver Motel.


Best Northern Resort & Restaurant.


Bristol Motel.


Camp Michi Wawa.


High Falls Motel and Cabins.


Lakeview Hotel.


Lakewood Motel..


Mystic Isle Motel.


Northern Lights Motel & Breakfast.


Miss Ellie’s Bed & Breakfast.


Wawa Motor Inn.


Michipicoten’s 9 Hole Golf Course.


Wawa photos.


Lady Dunn Health Centre, 3.7 km N of highway, via Hwy 101 & Broadway Ave.

224 Pinewood Dr. N access (Wawa 282.5

 

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0 Junction Hwy 101, Wawa Info Centre, N to Wawa airport, town of Wawa, all services (Wawa)  282.5

 

Visitor Information Centre, with the famous statue of the Wawa Canada Goose. public washrooms..


Municipality of Wawa, 3 km to the N of the highway.


Highway 101, as Mission Rd in to Wawa, continues E to Chapleau.


Chapleau, pop. 2300, 130 km E of highway.


Algoma Motel.


Beaver Motel.


Best Northern Resort & Restaurant.


Bristol Motel.


Camp Michi Wawa.


High Falls Motel and Cabins.


Lakeview Hotel.


Lakewood Motel.


Mystic Isle Motel.


Northern Lights Motel & Breakfast.


Miss Ellie’s Bed & Breakfast.


Wawa Motor Inn.


Michipicoten’s 9 Hole Golf Course.


Wawa photos.


Lady Dunn Health Centre, 3.7 km N of highway, via Hwy 101 & Broadway Ave.

0 Pinewood Dr. N access (Wawa)  282.5

 

1 Pinewood Dr. S access (Wawa)  278.6

 

2 Scenic Magpie Hills Falls Rd, access to Michipicoten Provincial Park, Gros Cap Indian Reserve 281.9

 

Michipicoten Post Provincial Park., ruins of old trading posts, hiking, no facilities.


Michipicoten First Nation.


Gros Cap Indian Reserve m part of Michipicoten Fist Nation.

5 Historical Plaque, W side of highway, Michipicoten River Village Rd, W to Michipicoten Provincial Park (Michipicoten River )  207.3

 

Parkway Motel, just N of Michipicoten River Village Rd. (in W side of Hwy).

6 Crossing Michipicoten River 185.3

 

14 north boundary of Lake Superior Provincial Park 281.3

 

Lake Superior Provincial Park, camping, day-use, hiking, water sports, winter sports.


Niijkiwenhwag – Friends of Lake Superior Park blog.

18 Highway Roadside Turnout on E side of hwy 291.4

 

24 Highway Roadside Turnout, picnic area, scenic view of Old Women Bay 179.5

 

25 Rabbit Blanket Lake, camping, cross country skiing, canoeing, S side of hwy 351.4

 

Rabbit Blanket Lake.


Rabbit Blanket Lake Campground.

32 park roads E & W, Park office, Services 354.2

 

38 park road W 382.5

 

40 Mijnemungshing Rd E 380.1

 

42 Road to E of hwy 369.1

 

47 Baldhead River with rapids to W of highway 358.7

 

50 Roadside Turnout, Cross-country ski area, east side of highway 301.8

 

51 Gargantua Rd 297.5

 

56 Trapper’s Trail. E of hwy 284.1

 

63 Services E side of hwy 260

 

64 EB view of Lake Superior’s Agawa Bay & islands. Bald Head (1050 ft) to W, E to mouth of Coldwater River 188.7

 

65 Katherine Cove, rest area and toilets W of hwy, hiking trails 182.9

 

71 Crossing Sand River, picnic area E of hwy, N of river 182.9

 

75 Turnoff, E side of hwy 225.2

 

Agawa Bay Campground, Lake Superior Provincial Park.

80 Agawa Rock Information Centre, camping, W side of hwy 263.3

 

Agawa Rock Indian Pictographs Trail.


Agawa Rock Visitor Centre.

84 crossing Agawa River 187.5

 

100 Rd E to Gartshore Generating Station, Montreal Falls, camping 340.2

 

Gartshore Generating Station.

105 Crossing Montreal River, electrical generating facility to E (Montreal River)  242.3

 

106 Trail End Rd, W access to camping (Montreal River)  195.7

 

Twilight Resort campground.

108 Montreal River Nature Reserve 232.3

 

Montreal River Nature Reserve, significant for its lichen barrens.

109 Road E, hwy services E &W 278.9

 

114 Road E & W, services on W side 246

 

121 Alona Bay roadside turnout, W side of hwy 256.3

 

127.6 Southern Boundary of Lake Superior Provincial Park 358.1

 

Lake Superior Provincial Park, camping, day-use, hiking, water sports, winter sports.


Niijkiwenhwag – Friends of Lake Superior Park blog.

143 Weston Rd, W 201.2

 

146 Rd to Pancake Bay PP 192.3

 

Pancake Bay Provincial Park. camping, watersports, hiking.

157 Hwy 563 junction, W to Batchwana PP, plaque marking midpoint of the TCH 186.2

 

Batchwana Provincial Park, with sandy beach. Day use, water sports.


plaque marking midpoint of the TCH.


Batchewana First Nation.

161 River crossing, rest area to N & S of hwy 182.9

 

161 Sand Point Rd 183.8

 

169 Mile 38 Rd E 235.3

 

169 Chippewa River crossing, Chippewa Falls to E of hwy, viewpoint on S side of river 198.1

 

Chippewa Falls photos.

175 Whiskey Bay Rd, W 189.6

 

180 Irwin Island Rd, W 185.9

 

180 Harmony Beach Rd S along coast 191.1

 

181 Harmony Beach Rd N along coast 189

 

186 Road W along Batchwana Bay 183.2

 

195 Junction Hwy 552 E & W 225.6

 

196 Services, fuel (Goulais River)  193.9

 

197 Bridge over Goulais River (Goulais River)  194.8

 

198 Pine Shores Rd, W access to town of Goulais River (2 km) 197.8

 

Goulais River, 2 km E of highway.


Goulais Bay Reserve , Member of the Batchewana First Nation.

205 Truck Weigh Station, W side of hwy 346.9

 

208 Junction 556, NE to Searchmont ski resort, services at junction 330.1

 

Searchmont, and ski resort.

209 Trout Lake Rd, E, with RV dealer E of hwy 317.9

 

213 Glenview Vacation Cottages & RV Park & Campground 309.1

 

Glenview Vacation Cottages & RV Park & Campground.

213 6th Line Rd (Sault Ste Marie)  307.8

 

215 Large gravel pit to W of hwy (Sault Ste Marie)  287.7

 

216 5th Line E, W to KOA campground, E to Hiawatha Park & Conservation Area, Hwy 17 S of this point is also Great Northern Road (Sault Ste Marie)  274

 

KOA Camping Resort.


Hiawatha Park & Conservation Area.

216 Access to RV park, E of hwy, and Root River Golf Club (Sault Ste Marie)  264.6

 

218 4th Line E, NE to Maplewood Golf Course (Sault Ste Marie)  242.9

 

Maplewood Golf Course on W side of highway..


Root River Golf Course on E side of highway..

219 3rd Line E (Sault Ste Marie)  232.6

 

220 Terrance Ave (E) (Sault Ste Marie)  242.6

 

Villa Inn, to NE of intersection.


Adams Inn, to SW of intersection.

221 2nd Line E (hwy 550), EB travelers can head E for Sault Ste Marie bypass, W to Fort Creek Conservation Area (8 km) (Sault Ste Marie)  242.3

 

Fort Creek Conservation Area, hiking, picnic area, winter sports. 2 km W of highway.


Algoma Water Tower Inn, on Se corner of intersection.


Comfort Inn, on SW corner of intersection.


Best Western – Great Northern Resort and Conference Centre..


Sault College, 1 km to E of highway.


Sault Ste Marie Airport (YAM) about 18 km W of intersection. Served by Air Canada, Bearskin Airlines, Sunwing.


2nd Line East is the Highway 17 bypass around downtown Sault Ste Marie.

221 Northern Ave, shopping (Sault Ste Marie)  239

 

Super 8 – Sault Ste Marie, to SE of intersection.


Catalina Motel, to SE of intersection.


Skyline Motel, to SE of intersection.

222 McNabb St, Cambrian Mall on E side (Sault Ste Marie 215.5

 

Cambrian Mall, on E side of highway.


Knight Home B&B, about 1 km to SE of intersection, via Bruce St.


Canadian Tire Store in Cambrian Mall.


Canadian Motel on Sw side of intersection.


Bel Air Motel, 0.4 km to SE of intersection.


Knights Inn 0.4 km to SE of intersection.

224 Great Northern Rd & Wellington St. west to downtown Sault Ste Marie, International Bridge, east to Highway 17,North to Wawa (Sault Ste Marie)  190.2

 

Sault Ste Marie.


Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, 6 km SW of intersection..


Downtown Sault Ste Marie Ontario shopping, 1 km W of intersection.


Downtown Sault Ste Marie (ON) has 9 hotels… see listings..


International Bridge to Sault Ste Marie, MI (3 km to W of intersection)..


Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada, 3 km W of intersection


Algonquin Hotel (Soo), 3 blocks S of intersection.


Eastgate Hotel, 3 blocks S of intersection.


St Christopher’s Inn, 3 blocks S of intersection.


Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, 0.6 km SW of intersection, via Bay St.


Sault Ste Marie Museum, 07 km W of intersection, via East St.


Sault Area Hospital, 0.5 km S of intersection on Queen St.

225 Wellington St & Pine St, S to Bellevue Park (Sault Ste Marie)  189.6

 

225 Wellington St & Trunk Rd at Elizabeth St, Park on S side, Churchill Plaza on E site (Sault Ste Marie)  190.2

 

225 Trunk Rd & Lake St (Sault Ste Marie)  192.9

 

226 Trunk Rd & Black Rd, WB traffic can head N to bypass Sault Ste Marie, west to downtown, and International Bridge (Sault Ste Marie)  191.1

 

226 Trunk Rd & Market St, Wellington Square Mall on S side (Sault Ste Marie)  190.2

 

226 Trunk Rd & Boundary Rd, south to SSM Golf & Country club, N to access Rankin Location Indian Reserve 15D (Sault Ste Marie)  189.3

 

Rankin Location Indian Reserve 15D, member of the Batchewana First Nation.


Sault Ste. Marie Country Club, 2 km S of highway.

231 Trunk Rd & Fournier Rd, access S to Queen St, and S to access Rankin Location Indian Reserve 14 along St Mary River (Sault Ste Marie)  186.2

 

232 Western boundary of Garden River Indian Reserve 14 (Sault Ste Marie 184.4

 

Garden River First Nation, member of the North Shore Tribal Council.


Mamaweswen, North Shore Tribal Council web site.

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