St. Joseph Island Attractions & Historical Sites
Adcock's Woodland Gardens
Walk about the paths of our 3.5 acre garden of floral beds, borders and ponds at Tenby Bay.
4757 5th Side Rd. (Hwy. 548)
Show it to your friends. Free tour bus parking.
Hilton Union Public Library
House of History and Restored Mountain School
Sundays in July and August
Family and Group Tours Available
Tours Available by Request
Hwy 548 & P Line
Richards Landing Old Town Jail
Open during summer months.
Gore Street, Richards Landing
Fort St. Joseph National Historic Site of Canada
From 1796 to 1812 this British outpost was a thriving community of soldiers, Aboriginal people and fur traders. Today, Parks Canada operates this archaeological site featuring the ruins of the old fort, a visitor centre, museum, theatre, gift shop, and several kilometres of nature trails. Open Wednesday through Sunday 10 - 5 in June. Seven days a week 10 - 5 from July 1st to Labour Day and Wednesday through Sunday 10 - 5 from the day after Labour Day until September 30th. Fees are applicable.
St. Joseph Island Museum
Six Historic Buildings.
Over 6000 Artifacts!
Open Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Corner of 20th Sideroad and I Line
For more information, call 705-246-2672
Island Springs Golf Resort
John and Marlene Gibbs
Island Springs Golf Course is a 9-hole championship course. Located on St. Joseph Island, approximately 45 kilometres east of Sault Ste Marie, the course is quickly becoming a favourite for golfers of all skill levels.