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Seemingly remote yet easily accessible, visitors to the peaceful township of Wawa are greeted by the sculpture of a 28-foot tall Canadian goose. Whilst that’s bizarrely memorable, it’s the region’s recreation-ready landscape that forms the main attraction. From fishing and boating on Lake Wawa and Lake Superior, to hunting and hiking through the wilderness, every outdoorsy type will discover their adventure. For those just looking to unwind however, beach based R&R, blueberry picking, and wildlife watching, can all be enjoyed too.

Things to see

The township’s quirkiest and most famous attraction is undoubtedly the Wawa Goose Monument – and a photo with the oversized metal bird is a must-do for any visitor to Wawa. It was originally placed there to commemorate the last portion of the Trans-Canada Highway along Lake Superior, more than 50 years ago. Just a couple of minutes away overlooking the blissful blue waters of Wawa Lake, Lion’s Waterfront Park is an idyllic spot to kick back and forget about the world. Along with chairs and a boardwalk, there’s even free WiFi should you begin to feel a little too disconnected. Just 10 minutes from the Goose, Sandy Beach Eco-Interpretive Park is another must-visit for those downtime days. Boasting shimmering views of Lake Superior, the park’s main features are a boardwalk and a white sandy beach, as well as a story pavilion telling the tales of the First Nations settlers.

Hotels in Wawa

There’s no shortage of hotels in Wawa, many of which come affordably priced. Motels make up a lot of the choice, and generally come equipped with all the necessary in-room creature comforts such as WiFi, cable television, refrigerators and microwaves. Most places provide complimentary parking too, making it that bit more convenient if you’re hiring or coming by car. If the hotels in Wawa aren’t quite ‘roughing it’ enough for your style however, then you’ll find many more rustic options in and around the township. You can take your pick from secluded lodges and cabins, as well as fully kitted out campgrounds and RV parks.

Where to stay

A hotel in Wawa puts you just minutes away from two sprawling lakes, and moments away from an all season’s recreational landscape. Whilst the main townsite sits along Highway 101, and keeps you beside the bulk of the township’s commercial and cultural attractions, a car means you can stay anywhere. If you intend to camp during your stay you can choose from a number of peaceful areas, including Lake Superior Provincial Park. A few kilometers south of Wawa beside the lake itself, the park covers over 1,500 square kilometers of natural idyll, and offers lots of scope for outdoor activities – whether you’re a boater or a land lubber.

How to get to Wawa

Wawa’s nearest airport is Wawa Municipal Airport, situated around 3 kilometers away. It’s an ideal gateway for those with private aircraft, but since it doesn’t offer any commercial flights those flying in are better off landing at either Sault Ste. Marie Airport, or Chippewa County International Airport. Situated 243 and 263 kilometers away respectively, Sault Ste. Marie provides domestic services including flights to Toronto, whilst Chippewa County offers flights to Detroit. If you’re coming by ground there are services to the township operated by the Greyhound bus, whilst those driving in can reach Wawa via the Trans-Canada Highway 17, which passes straight through.