Midway between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury, nestled in the rugged beauty of the Precambrian Shield of Algoma Country, is Huron North. The area is home to Lake Huron's famous North Channel, one of the finest sailing boating areas anywhere in the world. Extending from historic St. Joseph Island in the west to the Spanish River in the east, our vast wilderness environment contains over 4,000 lakes and waterways. Huron North's rocky, heavily forested landscape is clean and unspoiled. Discover our rich history- from First Nations peoples and explorers to our logging and mining heritage. There's a broad range of urban amenities with easy access to pristine wildernes. And the outdoor posibilities are endless. You can do it all - in Huron North! Hours and hours of driving tours, wilderness touring for miles, wildlife observation and outdoor sports. Come for the fun....and stay for a lifetime!
Covers: St. Joseph Island, Thessalon & Bruce Mines, Mississagi Valley & Iron Bridge, Eastern Algoma, Ontario, Canada.