Prince Township is connected to the Lake Superior Waterfront Trail. The 1,000-km Lake Superior Waterfront Trail is an accessible water trail from Gros Cap Marina Park to Fisherman’s Park in Thunder Bay. Explore the Map Here
With a landscape of farmland, rugged Canadian Shield rock, the breathtaking views of the Gros Cap Bluffs and the stunning coastline of Lake Superior, Prince Township should be your must-visit list. Especially if you love the outdoors.
If you’re staying in Sault Ste. Marie, bring your bicycle and pedal out to Prince Township. Ride this area’s section of the Lake Huron North Channel Bike Trail, which is a 380-km cycling extension of the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail from Sudbury to Gros Cap Marina Park. Cycling along the signed route makes for a great day trip and an excellent way to get some exercise and enjoy the outdoors.
Gros Cap Marina Park
Beautiful landscaping, wheelchair-accessible paths, a universal dock that allows water tourists with mobility issues to easily transfer to and out of their watercraft, two picnic tables, a compost washroom facility, bear-proof waste disposal containers, and a signage kiosk.
Follow the fur traders through old growth forests and the rugged Canadian Shield. Run with the deer in their traditional feeding grounds. Smell the Maple Syrup in some of Canada's most productive maple forests. Revel in the Mining and Logging heritage with views of mine shafts, quarries and historical logging facilities still used today. Something for everyone. From seasoned riders to first timers, long-range sledders to stay and play enjoyers, Algoma has something for everyone. You can view the Algoma Trail Map here.
Algoma loves snowmobilers And we can't wait to show you. With urban centres and laid back small towns, Algoma's peaceful trails always lead to unparalleled comfort, safety and hospitality. You can view the most recent updates on OFSC Interactive Trail Guide at the link provided: https://ofsc.evtrails.com/#
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