Bay of the Beaver Canoe Tour

Paddle the canoe route of our ancestors and experience the history of the Wikwemikong Fishing Islands.

$85.00/person on the Wikwemikong Tourism website!
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Cost: $85.00 Adults/$75.00 Elders & Students

Paddle the canoe route of our ancestors and experience the history of the Wiikwemkoong fishing islands. This tour departs from Meeshkodewaang (Prairie Point), located on the northern shores of Wiikwemkoong, and leads you to the islands along beautiful Lake Huron.

This tour will follow the shoreline of Prairie Point overlooking the La Cloche Mountain range. Your guide will captivate you with local legends and historical facts while you take in the picturesque scenery. Explore our historic islands and learn about the diverse plants that we harvest for usefulness, edibility, and medicinal purposes. This adventure will follow the canoe route of our ancestors to the 17th century Iroquois battle site at Skulls Point and end at Meeshkodewaang (Prairie Point).

(Cancellations will be made in the event of inclement weather).

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About Wikwemikong Tourism

Wikwemikong Tourism offers tours hosted by the Anishnaabek people who carefully plan itineraries that reflect the lifestyles of the Three Fires Confederacy; an alliance of the Ojibwe, Odawa & Pottawatomi.

As Manitoulin’s largest First Nation community and Canada’s only officially recognized Unceded Indian Reserve, Wikwemikong is rich in culture and…

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