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5 Good Reads about Sault Ste. Marie

Posted on November 23rd, 2016

I’ve written almost a full year of blogs and it recently dawned on me that I have a treasure trove of stories written by others you might enjoy. Here are five good reads from others who have visited Sault Ste. Marie.

12 Facts about the Soo Locks for Trolls and other Novices” is a long title but Rebecca Calkins hits all the main points. If you want to learn about the Soo Locks, this is a perfect list.
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Sault Ste. Marie was a “MittenTrip” stop for History and adventure for Shalee Blackmer of Awesome Mitten. Shalee gives you a day-by-day what to do in the Soo from attractions to restaurants and then explores the Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
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Shalee had such a good time in the Soo that she wrote a second blog “An Unexpected Romantic Mitten Trip to Sault Ste. Marie“. You might not think of the Soo as a romantic getaway, but a couple can find amazing lodging and the perfect adventure for two in the Soo.
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Speaking of adventure “Kayaking through the Soo Locks” by Jennifer Simonson is a must! Read about paddling alongside freighters on the St. Marys River and navigating the Canadian Soo Locks. Looking to bring a motorized boat through the US Soo Locks? Read about that here.
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Not familiar with Sault Ste. Marie at all? Sophie Boudreau’s “The Oldest Town in Michigan that Everyone Should Visit at Least Once” blog will fill you in. She gives you a little bit of history, entertainment, and a general idea of what to do in the Soo.
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Looking for more? There is always our archive! In the three years of writing, we’ve written a lot about what to do in the Soo.