Updated: Oct 4, 2019
Located on the northeastern end of Michigan's upper peninsula.
Sault Ste. Marie Michigan has a twin city across the Canada-US Boarder.
Sault Ste. Marie, Canada.
We arrived around 3:30 & Checked into our hotel. We stayed at Hampton inn.
The room we stayed in had one king bed with a couch (Perfect for 2 people)
After an easy check in process we decided to ride our bikes down to the Soo locks. We made our way though town. Stopping at a cute little park along the way.
My favorite Part of our short trip was canal park. They have a platform you can watch the boats Go through the Soo locks.
It’s very interesting seeing how the Soo locks operate.
They have a number you can call to see when boats will be coming through.
Tower of History was up next. 210 Feet over Sault Ste. Marie. This Tower was built in 1968.
I loved visiting this spot. They have beautiful views of Soo Locks, Canada & The Bridge to Canada. It was defiantly one of my favorite stops in Sault Ste. Marie.
When we went to the Tower of history we also bought tickets for the Museum ship valley camp. The museum is inside of a ship!
20,000 square foot of museum!
My favorite part about the museum was the Edmund Fitzgerald memorial!
We didn't end up having time to do the boat tour through the Soo locks. We will be going back! I had a great time on this trip.
I will be adding a Vlog soon with more pictures from the trip.
Shopping- After all this time (Sault Ste. Marie, MI)
I stopped at a couple different gift shops to get stuff for my nieces and nephews.
Meals- Applebee's (Sault Ste. Marie, MI)
Jose's Cantina ( St. Ignace, MI)