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The Best Snowmobiling Paths in Sudbury

The Best Snowmobiling Paths in Sudbury

It’s time for an adventure! A snowmobiling adventure! 

For over 30 years, the Greater Sudbury region has been home to some amazing snowmobiling trails. In fact, the organized trail system in Sudbury has expanded over the years to include more than 1,000 kms of trails.

Here are 3 of the best trails in Sudbury for you to try out this winter:

Chiniguchi Wolf Loop (223 km)

This loop is one of the most exciting in Sudbury. It travels along the Wolf Lake Forest Reserve, one of Ontario’s largest old growth forests with colossal red pines that are over 200 years old. You should check out this route if you love fast paced snowmobiling and scenic lookouts! Don’t forget to stop for something to eat at Rocky’s, which is on the shores of Lake Wanapitei.

Cartier Moose Loop (253 km)

This loop is a bit more rugged than other snowmobiling loops in Sudbury. If you visit this loop, you’ll see the round rocks of the Laurentian Highlands and Boreal Forest and will definitely see plenty of wildlife. If you choose this path, definitely stop by the Windy lake Motel & Restaurant for a quick bite!

Rainbow Elk Loop (225 km)

There are so many things to see on this incredible snowmobiling loop. If you take this loop, you’ll see old rail lines, old logging roads, winding bush trails, fields and lakes! There’s always something to look at. If you’re looking for a place to stop after overlooking Killarney park and Lake Huron, stop by Killarney Bay Inn!

Sudbury is the best place to hit up for a wonderful snowmobiling adventure. If you’re ready to hit the open loop, check out these paths today! For more information about things to do in Sudbury, check out Quality Inn Sudbury’s blog!

At Quality Inn Sudbury, snowmobilers get a special nightly rate at just $89.95 per night! Get your advance bookings in, call 705.675.1273 to make a reservation.

Step By Step Guide To Ice Fishing in Sudbury

Ice Fishing in Sudbury

Tired of doing the same winter activities every year? Ready to move on from snowman-building, ice-skating, and skiing to something more extreme? Well, ice fishing in Sudbury is just the thing for you!

Ice fishing is a very Canadian experience. Most people consider it an activity that should be experienced at least once in every Canadian’s lifetime. Thankfully, if you can handle the cold, it’s pretty easy to do. All you need is a rod, bait, an auger, and a shelter for the wind!

If you’re looking to do some quality ice fishing in Sudbury, here’s a step by step guide for you:

Where To Go

Windy Lake Provincial Park is considered the best place for ice fishing in Sudbury. It is located 40 minutes northwest of Sudbury! This is an ideal place for ice fishing because it is home to adorable rustic cabins and because you can rent all the equipment you need right on site (on a first come, first serve basis)!

Other Things You’ll Need

To make the most of your ice fishing experience, here’s what we recommend:

– Bring water and snacks. Nobody wants to be thirsty or hungry when ice fishing!

– Sure, you’ll be out during the day, but it might be easier to set up with some additional light!

– Never underestimate the cold!

– Hot water or tea! Again: never underestimate the cold!

– Your fishing licenses. You can be fined without it!

– Lots of patience! Ice fishing can take a lot of time!

The season is almost here! Get ready to go ice fishing!

Don’t delay your magnificent ice fishing trip. Plan your ice fishing weekend in Sudbury with a stay at Quality Inn Sudbury. There’s nothing better than a warm and comfortable accommodation after a long day of ice fishing. Book a room by calling us at Quality Inn Sudbury today: 705-675-1273.

The Best Family Parks in Sudbury

The Best Family Parks in Sudbury

Whether you live in Sudbury or you’re traveling up here with your family, you’re going to want to experience the beautiful parks and playgrounds our city has to offer. Though it is important to remember COVID-19 safety precautions during this time, here are some of the best parks in Sudbury to physically distance at and enjoy with your family.

Bell Park

Bell Park is affectionately known as one of the most beautiful places in Sudbury. It is infamous for its gorgeous and extremely large park space, which is perfect for families (and physical distancing). You can spend the entire day at Bell park and enjoy every hour as they come.

Memorial Park

Memorial Park may not be as grand as Bell park, but it definitely has its charm. Locals in Sudbury consider the best part of Memorial Park to be the well-built playground and park. It is greatly appreciated by families with kids as children love to enjoy the playground equipment on a beautiful summer day. Memorial Park is one of the best places to enjoy picnics and family events.

Twin Forks Playground

Twin Forks may look like an ordinary park but is actually one of Sudbury’s most beloved. It is a great place to visit if you want to go out for a jog, to walk around in nature or to simply entertain your children with a fully loaded playground. At Twin Forks, there’s an activity for everyone!

Enjoy the last bit of summer with a beautiful trip to Sudbury and a beautiful trip to Sudbury’s finest parks and playgrounds. You deserve it! If you’re traveling up to Sudbury, make Quality Inn Sudbury your place of accommodation. Book a comfortable and clean room with us today by calling (705) 675-1273.

The 5 Best Cycling Routes in Sudbury

The 5 Best Cycling Routes in Sudbury

The sport of cycling has been growing in popularity in recent years. Whether you enjoy it for the health benefits, the adventure, or the love of the race, you should always be looking for the best routes for you. Thankfully, Sudbury is home to plenty of gorgeous cycling routes that range in difficulty levels. Here are some of the best cycling routes that all cycling aficionados should check out. 

Rotary Park Trail (2.9 km): mild in difficulty, this trail connects New Sudbury to Downtown Sudbury. 

Vermillion River to Hillfield Trail TCT (10 km): moderately difficult, long path. This is a much-loved paved trail that parallels Municipal Road 55. 

Kelly Lake Trail TCT (4.5 km): this trail is mild in difficulty. It follows Kelly Lake and the Fielding Park bird sanctuary via boardwalks and hard packed trails. This trail is sure to promise amazing views.

Martindale Road to Tom Davis Square (3.2 km): mild in difficulty. This trail ends right in the heart of Downtown Sudbury. If you’re looking to get to the downtown core, this is the trail for you.

Lake Laurentian Conservation Area to Moonlight Beach TCT (3.5 km): moderate difficulty. This trail connects Moonlight Beach to Laurentian University. If you’re looking to get to the beach, try this beautiful trail!

Get your exercise in while also enjoying all of the beauty that Sudbury has to offer! Try out some of these cycling trails for yourself the next time you’re in Sudbury.

Are you planning a trip to Sudbury but don’t have any accommodations yet? Contact Quality Inn Sudbury to book a comfortable and clean room for your trip! Contact us today at (705) 675-1273.

The 4 Best Lakes to Visit This Summer in Sudbury

fishing in lake

Summer is the season for exploring and there’s no better place to explore than Sudbury! Sudbury is home to over 300 lakes for people to enjoy throughout the various seasons, and they’re all ready for you! Here are 4 lakes that we recommend you enjoy this summer in Sudbury. 

Lake Wanapitei

Lake Wanapitei is the largest lake in the world. It was classified as such in 2001 when Greater Sudbury became an official city. If you visit this lake and the surrounding provincial park, you can enjoy swimming, fishing and views of incredible wildlife roaming the grounds! 

Ramsey Lake

Before Lake Wanapitei was classified as the largest lake, Ramsey Lake had the title. Regardless of the lack of this status now, this lake is still a Sudbury favourite. It is very easily accessible, and visitors can enjoy views of the Jim Gordon Boardwalk and Laurentian University.

Fairbank Lake

Fairbank Lake is a beautiful serene lake that makes a great setting for family activities. Here you will find campsites equipped with comfort zones such as hot showers, flushing toilets, laundromats and more! It is a great place to relax for the weekend and swim with your favourite floatie! 

Windy Lake Provincial Park

Like Fairbank Lake, Windy Lake is a great place to take the family! This lake features a sandy beach and great water for swimming and water sports! It is also a very clear lake, so you’ll be able to see your feet all the way through the water!

These are just a few of our favourite lakes to visit in Sudbury. What are some of your favourites?

If you’re visiting Sudbury to splash around at any of these lakes, make Quality Inn Sudbury your accommodation for the night. Our comfortable and clean hotel is ready to serve you. Call us today at 705-675-1273 to book a room today.

5 Hikes You Need to Take in Sudbury

hiking trip

Visiting Sudbury but don’t know what to do during your stay? Well, Sudbury is home to tons of beautiful hiking trails to take advantage of! Get in a workout and some beautiful views by heading out to these 5 fantastic hiking trails.

Mallard’s Landing Trail

This hiking trail is along the Southern parts of Sudbury, around where Regent meets Algonquin. It is a fairly short trail, but it features a beautiful boardwalk that overlooks a pond. If you’re bringing children, this trail even has a playground that they will love!

Robinson Trail

This particular trail is a local Sudbury favourite. It is a kilometer-long trail that runs along Robinson Lake (which is where the name is from). Along this trail you will also find a playground and beautiful, marshier scenery.

Spruce Street Trails

This trail is a little less well-known as it runs in the small area of wilderness around Big Nickel Mine Drive, Elm Street and Spruce Street. For locals of the area, this trail is an absolute favourite, though! Bring a dog with you to enjoy the pine-needle littered floors, well-cleared paths and apocalyptic rock pits!

Minnow Lake Trail

The east side of Sudbury is home to Minnow Lake trail, which is right next to Minnow Lake. This trail is unique as it is a great spot to pick blueberries as you hike and enjoy them in a beautiful gazebo that overlooks the small lake!

Percy Park Path

This trail is fun both because it is beautiful and because of the name (say “Percy Park Path 3x fast, we dare you). It is a fairly short trail that will offer you a quick getaway and another beautiful and colourful playground for any children travellers! 

The best thing to do after a long hike is to come back to a relaxing and extra-comfortable hotel room. Quality Inn Sudbury can be just that place for you! Call us today at 705-675-1273 to book a room today!

10 Fun Facts About Sudbury You Might Not Know


Even if you’ve lived in Sudbury for your entire life, there are probably some things about this great city that you may not know about. Care to discover more about this incredible city to live, breathe and be in? Here are some of the coolest fun facts you’ll ever hear about Sudbury:

1 – Sudbury has 330 freshwater lakes! That’s the largest number of lakes for one location in Canada!

2 – Sudbury is Canada’s largest bilingual city!

3 – Sudbury was built on the mining trade!

4 – Sudbury has a population of under 200,000 people! That means we’re a pretty small city!

5 – Sudbury is a great city to live in if you’re an artist! We have tons of painters, graffiti artists, and theatre actresses/actors living in Sudbury!

6 – You can find all the trendy restaurants and bars on St. Elgin Street!

7 – Sudbury gets the most amount of sunshine in Canada after Calgary!

8 – Bell Park is Sudbury’s version of Central Park!

9 – Sudbury is the Nickel Capital of the world, which is why we have a giant nickel marking our city!

10 – Sudbury has its very own anthem and it goes like this: “Oh, the girls are out to bingo, And the boys are gettin’ stinko, And we’ll think no more of Inco, On a Sudbury Saturday!”

Did you know all of that? If you did, you must really love Sudbury! Quality Inn Sudbury loves this amazing city too! Our hotel is built to help everyone enjoy everything that Sudbury has to offer. If you’re in Sudbury and you need a place to stay, book a room with us today by calling us on 705 675 1273!

3 Take Out Foods In Sudbury You Have To Try

3 Take Out Foods In Sudbury You Have To Try

Sudbury has tons of delicious food options scattered all over the city for when you have a craving for some munchies. Here are the 3 take-out foods you “HAVE” to try if you’re ever in the Sudbury area!

Herc’s Greek Eatery 

875 Notre Dame Ave

You can never go wrong with Greek food! While you can dine in on their amazing patio, you can also take out their delicious home-style Greek meals! Check out their menu here:

Fire Flame Jerk House

661 Notre Dame Ave

Craving for some mouth-watering delicious Caribbean cuisine? Visit Fire Flame Jerk House for the best Caribbean food selections! Check out their menu here:

P&M’s Kouzzina

1463 Lasalle Blvd

This Mediterranean-style restaurant includes steaks, pizzas, salads and more available at their incredible downtown location and everything is available for take-out! Try it out with the family! Check out their menu here:

Don’t let hunger get you down! If you need take-out foods for your family in the Sudbury area, order some decadent and satisfying take-out food from these 3 places!

If you need accommodations in the Sudbury area, stay at Quality Inn Sudbury! Our comfortable rooms, amazing amenities, and attentive staff are here for you! Book your reservation by calling us at 705 675 1273 now.