Discover a colourful mosaic of cosmos, marigolds, delphiniums and more at Sault Ste. Marie Canal’s English garden! The plants here were carefully selected to accurately reflect what was grown in the early 20th century. Dating back to 1911, Superintendent J.W. LeBreton Ross was able to secure funds through the “Beautify Canada” campaign to plant tree seedlings and flower beds.
Take part in the Gardening Adventure Lab, a geocaching experience taking you on a walk along the canal grounds, leading you past wetlands and even 100-year-old trees with fun history highlights along the way.
Want to get your hands a little dirty? Volunteer to help out with the gardens and get planting, weeding, and watering!