Wawa Travel Guide
Welcome to Wawa, ON!
Wawa is a community in the township of Michipicoten that is located in Northern Ontario between Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay. A distinguishing feature of the community is the 28 foot (9 m) steel statue of the Wawa Goose that is near the Township of Michipictoten Tourist Information Centre. The name Wawa comes from the Ojibwe word wewe meaning wild goose. Numerous lakes and forests in the region provide the perfect setting for outdoor sports such as hunting and fishing. Lake Superior and Lake Superior Provincial Park are popular destinations for hiking and wildlife observation. Discover a glimpse of aboriginal culture by visiting the Agawa Rock Pictographs and visit the many beaches and waterfalls including Sandy Beach and Scenic High Falls. Accommodations are plentiful and can be found in the vicinity of attractions and activities. Naturally Superior Adventures and Superior Snow Challenge Loop are examples of the tour and trip guides available in the region. Survey and experience the beauty and natural wonders of Wawa, Ontario.
At the junction of Highway 17 and 101, next to Wawa's Tourist Information Centre, visitors will be welcomed by a 28 foot (9 m), steel Canada goose statue.
Hotels & Motels
This fully-renovated, 'Travellers' Choice Award' Winner Motel features guest rooms equipped with complimentary high-speed Internet access, refrigerators, microwaves, hairdryers, coffee makers and more.
Naturally Superior offers unique adventures by kayak, canoe and foot.