This beautiful multi-award-winning campground, Sault Ste Marie KOA Holiday! Reserve Your Campsite Today!

If you're looking for a peaceful night's sleep in the beauty of Northern Ontario, you'll want to stay at this 74-acre fully landscaped resort, located just 1/4 mile from the Trans-Canada Highway. Set amongst tall trees, this campground offers spacious deluxe patio RV sites with pull-throughs and back-ins, separate tenting areas, as well as rustic Camping Cabins and beautiful new Deluxe Cabins with kitchenettes, washrooms and full patios.
Relax around the campfire and plan the next day's activities, which could include the famous Agawa Canyon Tour Train, Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, Soo Locks Tour, Casino Sault Ste. Marie or golfing at one of the many area golf courses, all minutes away.
There are plenty of activities at the campground, such as mini-golf, fun bikes, New Mining sluice, relaxing by the pool or hiking the nature trails, as well as the Brand New children's play area. The laundry room is clean and spacious. There is an outdoor pavilion with big-screen TV located right beside the Camping Kitchen. Be sure to visit the fully stocked gift and con venience store with something for everyone. Campers have access to free Wi-Fi throughout the park.
This campground is very pet friendly! For your fur kids, there is the ever-popular KampK9® dog park, Rover's Run and a state-of-the-art self-serve dog grooming salon. And to keep your rig sparkling, take advantage of the do-it-yourself high-pressure RV wash station on-site.
GPS Coordinates: 46.34N 84.19W

Where Is Sault Ste. Marie KOA located?
Camping near Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario is conveniently located near these landmarks, highways and regions:

  • Landmarks: About 15 minutes away from our campground, the St. Mary's river flows between Canada and the United States at the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge.
  • Highways: Our campground is located less than a 1/4 mile from the Trans-Canada Highway 17, which links the eastern and western regions of the country. 
  • Regions: South-Central Ontario is north of the United States border at the heart of the Great Lakes near Lake Huron and our Lake Superior circle tour lodging. 

What to Do While Camping at Sault Ste. Marie KOA Holiday?
Tour the beauty of Ontario with these local things to do near our Sault Ste. Marie campground: 
  • Attractions: Ride a horse and buggy through the Victorian-style Mackinac Island, visit the oldest house Northwest of Toronto, The Ermatinger Old Stone House, and go to the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre. You can also learn about the city's history at the Salt Museum and Vision Art Gallery.
  • Activities: Go deep water fishing and fly fishing on the St. Mary's river. You can fish along rapids at the bridge or in the area's lakes — it is all only 15 minutes to one hour away from our campground. If you love golf, there are plenty of hot spots, like Root River Golf Club and Crimson Ridge Golf Course. You can also go shopping at the Station Mall or Algoma Farmers Market. 
  • Adventures: Head to Laird Raceway for an exciting day watching car races; there is even a children's play area. You can also attend a summer concert at the Roberta Bondar Park Pavilion, where local orchestras, church choirs and bands play for fun events with dancing and food. 

What Amenities Does Sault Ste. Marie KOA Holiday Offer?
Our pet-friendly campground in Ontario offers unique amenities and services like the dog agility field, Rover's Run dog park and KampK9, where dogs run and play. Our campground hiking trails also provide a great place to enjoy a nature walk with your dog. Feel free to clean your furry friends later at the on-site, self-serve dog grooming salon. Need to freshen up, too? Our facility offers laundry services as well.
Find everything you need, like food, ice cream, gifts, souvenirs and firewood, at our Camp Store. Our Kamping Kitchen offers an area for cooking your meals. Campground-wide Wi-Fi and cable TV with over 20 channels provide internet and entertainment for your convenience.
Kids can stay busy with fun recreational activities, like mini golf, a life-sized checkers game, gaga ball, cornhole, ladder toss, horseshoes and more. The KOA Kid's Koral playground offers swings, slides and other exciting play equipment. Bike rentals provide exciting transportation around the campground, too. The pool opens on June 1 and closes in September, after Labor Day weekend.

What Site Types Are Available?
Experience the wilderness with these camping options:

  • RVPull-Thru and Back-In Sites provide options for a maximum length of 132 feet and up to 50 amps, with varying site hookups and slideout options. With each RV Site, we offer on-site parking with gravel and water. Along with our campground RV wash which allows you to clean your RV after traveling.
  • RV with Patios: These sites are an upgrade to normal RV sites including hard surface patios, shade, trees, patio furniture, propane BBQ, an umbrella and additional seating near a fire ring. Along with our campground RV wash which allows you to clean your RV after traveling.
  • CabinOur Camping Cabins offer a rustic lodging experience without a restroom or kitchen. Registered pets are allowed in our Camping Cabins, and linens are available to rent at the store. The site comes with a charcoal grill, fire pit, picnic table, mini-fridge, a ceiling fan and more.
  • Glamping: Do you want to camp with more of the creature comforts that feel like home? Our Deluxe Cabins provide a partial kitchen and a full bath with a tub and shower. They also include many other modern amenities, such as air conditioning, heat, a coffee maker, a sink, cookware and utensils, linens and a mini-fridge. 
  • Tent: Restrooms, pool, playground, pavilion and Kamping Kitchens are located near our Tent Sites for your convenience. Other Tent Site benefits include water and electric options, on-site parking, trees, a picnic table, additional seating and a fire ring. Our Tent Sites are also pet friendly. 

Booking Your Stay and Other Important Information
We look forward to providing you with a safe and comfortable stay at our campground near Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. Prepare for your trip by reading our general campground information and guidelines: 
  • Limited hours: Restrooms are closed for cleaning from noon to 1 p.m. daily. The Camp Store opens at 9 a.m. daily with flexible closing hours. Please respect quiet hours beginning at 10 p.m. each night.
  • Check-in and check-out: Check-in for all site types is 1 p.m.
  • Pet registration: Pets are welcome in our Camping Cabins and must be registered at check-in with a one-time cleaning fee of $10 per stay. Guests are responsible for any damage their pet causes, and all pets must be crated if left unattended for an extended period.
  • Making or changing reservations: Call 800-532-0847 or book your reservation online today. Please call or email us to make edits on a reservation rather than creating a new reservation and asking us to cancel. We look forward to having you stay with us! 

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 132' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (6/1 - 9/8)
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Mini Golf ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
  • Bike Rentals ($)
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Ways to Stay

KOA Holiday

KOA Holiday Campgrounds

Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patio® and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.

KOA Holidays Feature:

  • RV Sites with a KOA Patio®
  • Deluxe Cabins with full baths
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Group meeting facilities

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Agawa Canyon Tour Train

Welcome aboard one of the most popular train tours in North America. This one-day wilderness excursion will transport you 114 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, over towering trestles, alongside pristine northern lakes and rivers and through the awesome granite rock formations and vast mixed forests of the Canadian Shield.Through the large windows of our newly refurbished coaches the beauty of the region will unfold and you will experience the same rugged landscapes that inspired the Group of Seven to create some of Canada's most notable landscape art.As the train winds its way through this immense land a GPS triggered commentary, available in five languages, will tell you about upcoming points of interest and share some of the rich history of the region with stories of the Ojibway, fur traders, explorers and entrepreneurs that opened up this vast wilderness and called it home. As well, locomotive mounted digital cameras will provide an engineers ‘eye view' on the flat screen monitors installed throughout the coaches.Just when you thought you'd experienced it all, the train will begin its descent into the canyon at Mile 102 and as the rail line hugs the top of the canyon wall you will travel down 500 feet over the next 10 miles to the floor of the Agawa Canyon, created over 1.2 billion years ago by faulting and widened and reshaped by the last ice-age that retreated 10,000 years ago.As the train pulls to a stop at Mile 114, you will have an hour and a half to experience the pristine beauty of Canyon Park up close. The whole family can enjoy scenic walks on gravelled trails leading to several waterfalls or experience an invigorating climb up over 300 stairs to the breathtaking Lookout, perched 250 feet above the canyon floor. For those who are looking for something a little more relaxing, you can visit the Souvenir Car for that special memento of your trip, enjoy a peaceful lunch in the many picnic areas located throughout the park or just pull up a bench and watch the Agawa River slowly flow peacefully by.Though well maintained, this is a wilderness park setting and we recommend seasonal recreational clothing and footwear. There is also plenty to photograph during your excursion so be sure to pack your camera.
Fall Colour Season:
Algoma Country is ablaze with colour during autumn and for decades the Canyon Tour has been a favourite way for fall ‘leaf peepers' to experience some of the most spectacular fall colour in North America. Though peak colour varies each season, typically the last two weeks of September and the first week of October can offer the best colour and should be considered when planning your excursion. Please note that due to popularity, the Railway
recommends making your ‘fall colour' booking early.
Upgrades Include:
Bigger windows with all new tinted glass

  • New carpeting/wall coverings
  • GPS triggered tour narration in 5 languages (English, French, German, Japanese & Mandarin)
  • Locomotive mounted digital cameras
  • Flat screen monitors

Please Note : Tour Train is a smoke-free environment.

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Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre

Where Adventure Takes Off!

Welcome to the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre!

What better way to explore the history and adventure of flight than with a visit to the Bushplane Centre? Located in beautiful downtown Sault Ste. Marie, this waterfront hangar offers more than 25,000 square feet of interactive, hands-on aviation and forest fire displays.

Why should you visit?  Every member of your family will find something to enjoy!  With a flight simulator, a completely hands-on Children's Flight Centre, two theatres and special plane-specific supplement displays, we offer more than the average museum! 
We are one of only a few aviation museums that allow visitors to actually climb aboard the aircraft, take the pilot's seat in a passenger plane's cockpit, and climb into the cargo holds of a real waterbomber.  There's no better way to learn -- and have fun - than through these hands-on experiences!!
There is ample parking available for even the biggest RVs.  Have a picnic outside, enjoy the view of the historic St. Mary's River, and make a day here at the CBHC.
The Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre:  it's just PLANE fun!

http://www.bushplane.com

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Lock Tours Sault Ste Marie Michigan

The Soo Locks have been referred to as one of the great wonders of the world and it is still the largest waterway traffic system on earth. On the Soo Locks Tour you'll be in for a two-hour live narrated excursion that will actually take you through the Locks, right alongside the big freighters. Your tour boat will ride the water as it is raised twenty-one feet, straight up, to the level of Lake Superior. You will then cruise under the International Bridge and railroad bridge before crossing into Canadian waters where you'll see one of Canada's largest steel plants in operation. You will return to the lower harbor through the historic "newly restored" Canadian Lock and cruise past the St. Mary's Rapids. Your boat will continue along the international shoreline of the lower harbor letting you experience all the sights, sounds, and excitement of Michigan's oldest city, Sault Ste Marie. Soo Locks Boat Tours is one of Michigan's top attractions and is recognized by AAA as a GEM® attraction. Many departure times are available.Our fleet of five tour boats are U.S. Coast Guard inspected and operate with a US Coast Guard certified Captain, Senior Deckhand, and Deckhand. All vessels have enclosed climate controlled lower decks with restrooms, snack bars, and covered open upper decks. Box lunches are available with two hours advance notice.

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Fishing

Deep water and fly fishing are readily available. Fish in the St Mary's river right downtown or along the rapids near the bridge or in one of the many lakes in the area. All within 15 min to 1 hour from KOA.

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