Mystic Isle Motel is a "Gem in the Woods" located right off Hwy 17 and minutes from downtown Wawa.
Situated on a hill above the highway creating a nice and quiet place to stay. We have a beautiful view of Canada's largest lake. The view offers an opportunity to take breathtaking pictures of Lake Superior to document your trip. Wawa's nicest and largest rooms are close to beautiful beaches, waterfalls and the snowmobile trails. One trail runs straight through our parking lot!
Our rooms are smoke-free.
Table lamps are equipped with electric outlets for Your convenience. We have rooms with 2 queen beds and rooms with single king or single queen bed. Our rooms are by far the largest in Wawa and nearby area.
For you comfortable sleep we have micro-fiber duvets and highest quality mattresses. Each room has a flat screen TV with cable programming, mini fridge , coffee/tea maker and hairdryer. Free WiFi available on property.
One Queen Size Bed with shower and tub ,mini fridge, LCD TV , hairdryer and coffee/tea maker for your convenience. Perfect for travelers looking for spacious rooms.
Two Queen Size Beds with shower and tub , LCD TV , mini fridge , hairdryer and coffee/tea maker for your convenience. These rooms are ideal for a family vacation or for friends traveling together.
One King Size Bed with shower and tub , mini fridge , LCD TV , hairdryer and coffee/tea maker for your convenience, Very spacious room and perfect for travelers looking for extra comfort.
The Highway 17 North live webcam is pointed towards the Magpie River from the Tourist Information Centre. Read more...
Quiet area for you to make your own food at your convenience and a place to enjoy yourself looking at the view!
Beautiful hiking trails , points of interest like Agawa Rock Pictographs , Magpie High Falls , Old Woman Bay and Sandy Beach.
WAWA, a small friendly Northern Ontario community situated conveniently on the Trans Canada Highway between Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay in Ontario Canada. We’re often remembered for our famous Wawa Goose Monument…a giant 4 ton statue of the Canadian Goose which proudly stands at the entrance to our community. In fact, it’s reported to be the most photographed landmark in North America.
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