While the first locks on the St Mary's River were built on the Canadian side in 1797, they were destroyed in the War of
1812. The American Sault Locks were completed in 1855 by the US Army Corp of Engineers, and are now designated a national Historic
Site. Exhibits inlcude a working model of the locks, a theatre with historical films, atrifacts, charts and maps. The vistiors
center is open mid-May to November.
This casino combines the Northern beauty and hospitality with the fast paced action of a Las Vegas Casino. The casino is
located where the St Mary's River meets Lake Superior. The area includes a world class hotel, with four different unique
theme suites and rooms with jacuzzis, the finest dining around and two casinos. These Casinos include slot machines, table
games, roulette, video horse racing and more.
Open every day of the year, 24 hours a day. There are over 2,300 slot machines here, table games offered are Blackjack,
and Roulette. A poker room is also available from 6:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m., Thursday to Sunday. Kewadin also offers award
winning entertainment, a Native Art Gallery, a 300 room hotel and the Dreamcatcher's Restaurant.
This course is deceptively short, and its greens are extremely small and undulating. There are water hazards that come into play on many holes. The club hosts the Lock State Invitational.
Travel through the famous "Soo Locks" with the large lake and ocean ships. During the tour you'll be raised and lowered
feet in the locks. Sunset tours (with dinner) go along the upper St Mary's River and Sugar Island's North Channel.. Tours
May 15 to October 15, with reservations for dinner cruises required.
This scenic course is located in a wooded area and provides many spectacular vistas of the surrounding terrain. The fairways are tree lined, and the greens are average in speed and size. Water hazards (ponds) come into play on seven holes. The yardage shown is an estimate provided by the course personnel.
Soaring 210 feet above Sault Ste. Marie and the Soo Locks, the tower has observation platforms for visitors to get
views and photos of the world's busiest inland shipping channel. The tower was originally built as a steeple for a church,
that project was abandoned mid-construction. Admission includes a ride up the express elevator and Native American exhibits
that show clothing items, tools and ornaments used by the Indians. Admission: Adult $3.25, Child (6-16) $1.75, 5-Under
Wild Bluff offers 18 holes of championship golf, a world class double teed driving range, two practice putting greens and one green for brushing up on your chipping and bunker play. Standing high on our "top" tee of Wild Bluff’s driving range is unique as you target greens in the shape of a heart, club, diamond and spade.Five sets of tees allow you to play the course length that fits your ability. Wide fairways and large greens make your visit to "Wild Bluff" a unique, playable and relaxing day on the course.