I have no horns, but you'll have plenty of tales after your ride.
I am the gateway to the north.
Small in name, yet big in adventure.
Ontario's North Channel is known for its fabulous boating. Just west, between Lake Huron and Lake Superior, is possibly the most boat-friendly city in Ontario. You owe it to yourself to visit Sault Ste. Marie!
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400 years ago Samuel de Champlain explored the waterways in the province we now call Ontario. The voyageurs tirelessly pushed themselves to see every corner of the land, using the waterways as paths through the dense wilderness. On the anniversary of their first visit here, we offer a challenge to boaters who want to go further, see more, and who always need to know what's around that next bend. Are you sitting on shore, watching the boats go by? Or are you ready to discover Ontario?
Experience the pure adrenaline rush that comes with jet skiing at full speed or the tranquility of boating across a clear blue lake as the sun sets. Discover Ontario’s 250,000 sparkling lakes and 100,000 kilometres of freshwater rivers.
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