We are a family resort, situated in a secluded natural setting right on the shore of Lake Superior in Algoma’s wonderland. Tennis, shuffleboard and other outdoor recreational facilities are all located on well-kept, spacious grounds just 65 km/43miles North of Sault Ste. Marie, in beautiful Batchawana Bay. Swim in pristine waters, sunbathe or rock hound on our cobblestone and sand beach while watching Bald Eagles fly overhead and ducks diving for minnows. Launch your kayak or canoe from the beach and explore the miles of shoreline at your doorstep.
Vacationing at the resort, camping or hiking in the nearby Provincial parks, or just out touring the scenic Hwy 17 route, finish your day with a delicious supper in the Salzburger Hof Dining Lounge. Besides featuring authentic German-Austrian cuisine, we offer a variety of menu options, including locally caught trout and whitefish. Make sure to join us on Fridays throughout the Summer for Batchawana Bay’s best “All You Can Eat Fish Fry and Buffet”. We have been listed in “Where To Eat in Canada” for over 25 years
Batchawana Bay is truly a paradise for photography, bird and wildlife viewing, hiking, swimming, canoeing/kayaking, fishing or just exploring the nearby Provincial Parks. We are only one and a half hours south of Wawa and 45 minutes north of Sault Ste. Marie and the Agawa Canyon Tour Train Station. Lake Shore Salzburger Hof Resort is a must stop while on your Lake Superior Circle Tour.
Spring brings with it pastel-hued flowers, flowing rivers and migrating birds, while summer’s warm breezes and splashing waves entice us all to the beach. The middle of September to the middle of October is one of the most beautiful times of the year, with autumn colouring being at its peak. Please join us for a most memorable vacation experience on the shores of Gitchee Gumee, Canada’s magnificent inland sea.
While vacationing with us at Lake Shore Salzburger Hof Resort or experiencing the beauty of the surrounding woodlands and pristine waters, you will have many opportunities to view the local wildlife. Moose, bear, wolves, eagles, loons and a wide variety of birds all either call this area home or are traveling through to summer breeding areas or returning to their winter feeding grounds. Bird enthusiasts, please ask for a complementary bird list from the front desk.