By 1880, Little Current, or “Petite Current” as it was known by the voyageurs, was well recognized as the “Gateway Port” to Manitoulin Island and a critical stop-over point for refueling and re-supplying water traffic on the Great Lakes. In 1998, the Town of Little Current was amalgamated with the Township of Howland and the McGregor Bay area to form the municipality that we now know as the Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands or NEMI.
Whether you are staying for the day or a week, there are lots of things to see and do in our community. Enjoy a walk along the waterfront trail and take a selfie with the historic Swing Bridge as your backdrop. Climb the Cup and Saucer or Lewis Hiking trails and enjoy breathtaking views like no other. Visit the Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah and learn about our areas history and past or visit one of our many unique shops to find that special gift or treat!
The Downtown Docks and Spider Bay Marina offer marine services and amenities. Launch your boat at the marina and enjoy exploring the North Channel. You won’t be disappointed!
Feeling hungry? Enjoy a quick bite to eat or a fine dining experience at one of many great restaurants.