Sault Ste. Marie Koa

46.57938,-84.328977, Canada

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Recipient of Camping in Ontario's 2015 Campground of the Year award, this 74-acre landscaped KOA is just 1/4 mile from the Trans-Canada Highway. Set among tall trees, it has spacious big-rig sites with pull thrus and back-ins, Patio RV Sites, Tent Sites, Premium Tent Sites, Camping Cabins and Deluxe Cabins. Nearby attractions include the Agawa Canyon Tour Train, Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre, Soo Locks Tour and Casino Sault Ste. Marie. At KOA, enjoy mini golf, fun-bikes, the pool, nature trails and a play area. Visit the outdoor pavilion with a big-screen TV and a gift/convenience store. Barrier-free restrooms on-site. This KOA offers Kamp K9, an agility field and a self-serve dog-grooming salon. Take advantage of the do-it-yourself high-pressure RV wash station and RV weighing services. Free Wi-Fi! Pool: June 1 - September 4. Max pull thru: 132 feet. Your hosts: Bill & Joan Richard.

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