It's not a Business to us... It's is our Home

We grew up in the City, and then spent 20 years working in Edmonton. When we were 40 years old, and bought a Business for ourselves, it HAD to be surrounded by nature.

Wawa Northern Lights Motel & Chalets

1014 Highway 17 (Google calls it 1014 Ontario 17) 

PO Box 1150

Wawa, ON P0S 1K0

info@nlmotel.com

Everything is a short drive away

July 1, 2020 - My first swim of the year at Sandy Beach! The water was beautiful! 😃

Wawa's Sandy Beach

Our property is FILLED with wonderful pet Squirrels, Chipmunks, Birds, Woodpeckers, Rabbits. We even have a pet Groundhog this year. Her name is Daisy. 😃

We have a huge pile of core samples from Diamond exploration. People love them. Help yourself!

Northern Lights Motel and Chalet Core Samples
Might need to bring peanuts!

A video from Jan 2017 - Picky Pricilla 😆❤️

The Northern Lights Motel is only 12 minutes away from the famous Magpie Reservoir

The drive from Sault Ste Marie to Wawa, through Lake Superior Provincial Park, has such spectacular views, this drive is rated as one of Canada's Top 10 Drives.

A map of our favourite “quick” stops while driving through Lake Superior Park

January 6, 2020 – Great News for the Canadian Carver/Agawa Indian Crafts!

Always gas up before you venture into Lake Superior Park, stop in at the Voyageur Cookhouse located in Batchawana Bay. Approximately 45 minutes north of Sault Ste Marie. They are famous for their Apple Fritters! Be sure to treat yourself! 💕 And go for a swim. The beach is incredible. 😃🏊‍♀️

Autumn 2010 – Overlooking Sinclair Cove, Lake Superior Park (Agawa Pictographs Boat Launch)

Mo in Sinclair Cove Sept 24, 2017

Sinclair Cove (Agawa Pictographs Boat Launch) Here I am, September swimming. It takes a long time to warm up, and it takes all of September to cool down.

Lake Superior Park is a piece of Heaven. Check out all the information on hiking Lake Superior Park, Wawa and Potholes Park on my Hiking Page.

 

Northern Lights Motel Inukshuk

Inukshuks on the Rock Cuts

You will notice Inukshuks on the Rock Cuts as you drive through Northern Ontario. It’s fun to stop and build your own. 

(Pronounced In-ook-shook) They are stone monuments erected in the image of humans. One of their purposes was to communicate direction in the harsh and desolate Arctic. They were a tool for survival, and symbolic of the unselfish acts of a nomadic people – the Inuit – who built them as signposts to make the way easier and safer for those who followed. ❤️

Hotel Motel Cartoon

LOL! We do not know when you can see the Northern Lights. But here’s a link to the Aurora Forecast for Canada. 😃