Wikwemikong Tourism

Wikwemikong, Ontario

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Located on the eastern peninsula, Wiikwemkoong is home to the people of Three Fires Confederacy: an alliance of the Ojibwa, Odawa and Pottawatomi nations. Wiikwemkoong celebrates its community spirit through several cultural events that draw visitors from all walks of life. Wiikwemkoong is host to the annual cultural festival, fall fair, ice fishing derby, traditional pow-wow, and authentic Indigenous theatre as presented by De-ba-jeh-mu-jig theatre group. 
Indulge in the vast picturesque wilderness that surrounds Manitoulin’s largest community through one of our many private and community-operated tourism services. Our large land base offers plenty of opportunities for wilderness exploration at your own pace while enjoying the culture and traditions of the Anishinabek people.

Bebamikawe "Making Footprints"

Reconnect with the land while you embark on a guided hike through the Bebamikawe Memorial Hiking Trail. Our guides will share teachings of the medicinal and practical uses for plants, and sample teas from foraged ingredients as you learn about why Manitoulin Island is one of the most plant diverse ecosystems in North America. Feel the energy of our ancestors as you are captivated by the interpretive story telling about historical encounters with the voyageurs, battles with the Iroquois people, and clan teachings that have been gifted by the creator. Whether you have little-to-no hiking experience, or are an advanced hiker, this adaptive hiking experience can be accommodated to suit your preferences, and is also available to both small and large groups.

Starting Price: $75 per Adult, or $225 Family Rate

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Bay of the Beaver Canoe Tour

Engage your senses and discover what lies beneath the surface of the pristine waters of Georgian Bay as you paddle through the ancient canoe routes of the Anishnaabe people. This tour will enhance your perspective on the indigenous ways of life through sensory demonstrations of aquatic plants and how they were used for medicinal and practical purposes. While stopping to take in the breathtaking views of Lake Huron and the historic Wiikwemkoong fishing islands, you can sample some traditional foods that have been harvested locally by our guides. This calming experience will leave you with a deepened sense of appreciation for the land and water that sustains us all. Whether you are a group of first-time canoers or experienced paddlers, this tour is accommodating for all skill levels and group sizes.

Starting Price: $150 per Adult, $350 Family Rate

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Wikwemikong Tourism

2098G Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario, P0P 2J0
705-859-3477 Visit Website

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Learn more about Wikwemikong Tourism by visiting them online:

Visit Website

Wikwemikong Tourism

2098G Wikwemikong Way
Wikwemikong, Ontario, P0P 2J0
705-859-3477 Visit Website

Business Hours

Learn about diverse and living Indigenous cultures

Indigenous culture and heritage are as rich and diverse as the Canadian landscape. Despite years of oppression, Indigenous Peoples are proud to show visitors our vibrant, living history.

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