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About the City

Sault Ste. Marie Ontario

Sault Ste. Marie, also known as "The Soo" is the third largest city in Northern Ontario and is set along the beautiful St. Mary's River, which is found in the heart of the Great Lakes. It's home to a number of nationally famous venues, multicultural events and concerts, where the local residents enjoy the unique culture the Sault Ste. Marie has to offer.

With a region that boasts picturesque waterfront views and natural habitats, Sault Ste. Marie is a place where you can find something for everyone. From boat tours to art galleries, this city is full of enjoyable activities for everyone to take part in.

Sault Ste. Marie is well-known for its heritage and culture, being one of the oldest settlements in North America. It's history dates back to 500 BC. Discovered pictographs created by the early settlers of the Ojibew people, who painted a series of figures on rocks, are estimated to be between 150-400 years old. Soak up the history of Sault Ste. Marie with a trip to the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site or the Ermatinger – Clergue National Historic Site.

If you enjoy a night of performing arts and fine dining, look no further.  Sault Ste. Marie is well-known for its high-end Italian cuisine and entertaining theatre events. Start your evening off with an exquisite dinner at the famous Arturo Ristorante where you can choose from an array of succulent menu options. Complete your night with a world-renowned show at the Sault Ste. Marie Community Theatre Centre. Feel like entertaining at home? Visit the Mill Market, a Farmer's market paradise settled right off the famous multi-use Hub Trail. Here you will enjoy fresh produce, seafood, and cultural artwork from unique vendors from all over Northern Ontario.

Love every season in Sault Ste. Marie, with fun activities and tours to experience throughout the year. Take an outing to the city's winter festivities at their annual Bon Soo Winter Carnival, or savour the return of Spring with a hike through the Hiawatha Highlands Conservation Area or the Orphan Lake Trail. Plan an excursion with the Agawa Canyon Tour Train and see all the beauty Sault Ste. Marie from coast to coast on their 114-mile tour along the towering canyon and the instinctive Great Lakes.

Let your curiosity take over, and your imagination run free in a Northern community that boasts all that your heart desires, with natural wonders, historical attractions, and entertaining cabarets to bring you a full-circle community fit for any lifestyle.

Visit our Sault Ste. Marie listings for an extended view on the welcoming communities this city has to offer, in the desirable residential neighbourhoods of Williams & McDaniel Property Management. 

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