Batchawana Bay is located in Batchawana Bay Provincial Park approximately 31 miles (50kms) north of Sault Ste Marie in Ontario’s Algoma Country. This is a sandy beach on the shore of Lake Superior. This is a day use park and a perfect spot to stretch your legs and enjoy the expansive beach of this bay. The beach is close to shopping, dining, lodging and camping. The word Batchawana is from the Ojibwe “Badjiwanung” meaning water that bubbles up. This “bubbling” occurs between Sand Point and Batchawana Island where a strong current and undertow results at the east side of the bay.