Sells permits for camping, fishing and hunting in the surrounding backcountry, and offers seasonal reports on where to catch the best fall colors, spring blossoms and snow. Near the International Bridge, it has a cu…
Offers information about the area and has displays on the region’s history. Located at the rear of the library and municipal building, it opens on a variable and occasional schedule outside the summer season.
Drop in for info on Wawa, including an accommodation list and excellent tourist map, and the region's parks. Also here are a museum covering local history and a gallery exhibiting the town's arts and crafts.
This small office is next to the polar bear statue named Chimo (its name comes from the Cree word meaning 'be welcome'), at the the intersection of Hwy 11 S (to North Bay) and Hwy 11 W (to Thunder Bay).
Canada's oldest tourist information bureau, this distinctive building dating to 1909 remains the city's most central source of visitor information.
Helpful office (and website) providing information and inspiration for travels along Lake Superior and into the hinterland.
Information center at the park entrance. Guided hikes and activities depart here most summer evenings.
The city's largest tourist office is located 6km east of town at the Terry Fox Lookout & Memorial.
Stocks brochures and guides covering the Soo. In the Economic Development Corporation office.
They have brochures and the helpful Sue is a fount of information.