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Wawa - A travel report by Karl
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Wawa,  Canada - flag Canada -  Ontario
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Northern Ontario, the forgotten land

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Being a resident of Northern Ontario, I am surprised at the lack of people who visit an area lush with ecological diversity and filled with recreational opportunities. Boasting the largest body of fresh water in the world, Lake Superior, Northern Ontartio offers a paradise unrivalled by many others.

Favourite spots:
My favorite spots include Lake Superior provincial park, oba lake, the sand river and my home town, Dubreuiville.

What's really great:
One of the most special places to me is Michipicoten Island. A four hour boat ride from Michipicoten Harbour, the Island is a rare find that inhabits cariboo! This species is not found for miles and only inhabit other provinces.

Sights:
Among other, Old Woman Bay, Pankake Bay, the Sand River, and Kathering Cove are all great places. Quite a bit of local first nations history. The Ojibway tribe.

Accommodations:
Sunny Bobs at oba lake if you like seclusion and fishing or canoeing. The Wawa inn and other motels in Wawa Ontario.

Nightlife:
Not here! This in not what Northern Ontario is about

Hangouts:
A few, you'll probaly find the local drunk who'll offer you a beer and want to know about your travels. Quite harmless.

Restaurants:
I suggest Kiniwaby Pines and The Wawa inn lounge. Decent food.

Other recommendations:
So many I can't put them all in. The Northern part of the province is huge! But the coast of Lake Superior is the best. Oh, before I forget, Agawa Canyon is gorgeous in the fall!

Published on Tuesday March 11th, 2003


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Tue, Aug 17 2004 - 03:44 PM rating by jelloo

Everything you wrote is so true. The first time i went to Wawa was over 4 years ago, and i am stillin love with it. I recently decided to take a vacation and to go back to Wawa, but this time in May. It was beautiful, camping on Driftwood Lake. I am so glad to see someone write about Wawa, when I get the time write about my trip to Wawa, i hope someone will apreciate , and decides to go for a visit. Thank Cassandra

Wed, Dec 17 2003 - 05:42 PM rating by whereisliz

I like that you write about a great place that is not touristy... It would be nice to see some photos with this report. :-)

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