Travel Information in Algoma

Visit the friendly staff to find out where to stay, where to eat, things to do while in the area.

Northern Ontario is a big place. First-time visitors can find safe and friendly places to visit for travel information in Algoma Country at the travel information listed below. Stop for a stretch and speak to travel staff to learn about our area, what to do, where to stay or where to eat.

Sault Ste. Marie OTIC, 261 Queen Street West

Services: Local and regional travel information, free WiFi, gift shop, bicycle maintenance kits and secure lockup 
Restroom Facilities: available 
Hours of Operation: Summer Hours 7 days a week 9 am - 5 pm 
PH: (705) 945-6941

White River, 555 Elgin Street

Services: local travel information for festivals and events, where to stay, where to eat, activities, attractions, outdoor adventures, driving tours, staff on site 
Restroom Facilities: available 
Hours of Operation: July to September Monday - Friday 8 am to 4 pm, Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 8 pm 
PH: (807) 822-2794 
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Gilles Gagnon Welcome Centre, Hearst Hwy 11 East

Services: local travel information for festivals and events, where to stay, where to eat, activities, attractions, outdoor adventures, driving tours, staff on-site, children's playground, picnic tables, gift shop 
Restroom Facilities: available 
Hours of Operation: year-round 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, in Summer Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 6 pm, Saturdays 10 am - 4 pm 
PH Toll-Free: 1-800-655-5769

Blind River, 243 Causley Street

Blind River Travel Information Centre

Services: local travel information for festivals & events, restrooms, staff on-site, picnic tables, bicycle repair station, water
Restroom Facilities: Open 
Hours of Operation: 7 days a week 8 am to 6 pm 
PH: (705) 356-7343

Spanish Municipal Marina & Four Seasons Waterfront Complex, 40 Garnier Road

Services: For travellers visiting by boat, this travel information centre is located inside the complex, with dockside services, restroom facilities, amenities, free WiFi 
Hours of Operation: Summer: 7 days a week 8 am to 7 pm 
PH: (705) 844-1077

Chapleau Centennial Museum Tourist Information Centre, 94 Monk Street

Services: local travel information for events, accommodations, restaurants, Chapleau Game Preserve, and local arts and crafts. Local artisan products are available for purchase in the gift shop. 
Hours of Operation: July and August 11:30 am to 7 pm on weekdays and 8:30 am - 7 pm Saturdays and Sundays.Toll-Free

Wawa Visitor Centre, 26 Mission Road / Hwy 101

Services: local travel information for festivals and events, where to stay, where to eat, activities, attractions, outdoor adventures, driving tours, staff on site 
Restroom Facilities: 24-hour service 
Hours of Operation: currently Tuesday to Saturday 9 am - 4 pm, Sunday - Monday closed
PH Toll Free: 1-800-367-9292 x 260

Iron Bridge Historical Museum and Information Centre, 1 James Street

Services: travel information is located inside the museum, staff on-site, picnic tables, covered gazebo, Saturday Farmers Market 
Restroom Facilities: available 
Hours of Operation: June - Labour Day Weekend, September 9 am to 8 pm 
PH: (705) 843-2033

Elliot Lake Welcome Centre, 45 Hillside Drive

Services: travel information is located at the City Hall front desk 
Restroom Facilities: available 
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday from 8 am to 6 pm 
PH: (705) 848-2287

About Heather Bot

I'm a staff writer for Algoma Country and I hope my articles entice you to plan your next vacation in Algoma. Our beautiful area has everything you need for a true outdoor adventure: fishing and hunting, epic touring routes and breathtaking outdoors. We are home to many awesome places to eat, cool places to shop, museums and galleries, festivals and events. 

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