Great Spirit Circle Trail
Authentic Aboriginal Experiences rated the #1 Attraction for Manitoulin Island on TripAdvisor. Canoe Heritage Tours are a Canadian Signature Experience!
Bridal Veil Falls — Kagawong
On foot to the falls you will pass Manitoulin's only pulp mill, an electricity plant, some fine examples of the Island's early limestone buildings; then approach Bridal Veil Falls as it cascades into the river and winds its way to the bay.
Providence Bay Beach
A delightful village community situated on Lake Huron on the south shore of beautiful Manitoulin Island. Providence Bay is renowned for the best sandy beach on the island, with an extensive boardwalk and a children's play area.
Ten Mile Point — Sheguiandah
The breathtaking Ten Mile Point Lookout is halfway between Little Current and Manitowaning. On a clear day you can see, and photograph over a thousand square miles of the most beautiful blue-water country in the world. A historic marker commemorates an early Jesuit mission at Wikwemikong. Visit the Ten Mile Point Trading Post and Gallery. Open May to October.
World’s Largest Peace Pipe, Dreamcatcher & Drum — Zhiibaahaasing
Zhiibaahaasing First Nation is located on Manitoulin’s western side of the island and is home to the, “World’s Largest Peace Pipe, Dream Catcher and Drum”. Picture the image of clear pristine shores untouched by man, The incredible serenity of Manitoulin’s remote wilderness atmosphere best describes Zhiibaahaasing First Nation. Spectacular scenery away from crowds in the care of Mother Earth is where you’ll find the true essence of Northern Ontario
Ojibwe Culture Foundation — M’Chigeeng
The Ojibwe Cultural Foundation was created to preserve and revitalize the language, culture, arts, spirituality and traditions of the Anishinaabe People of the Mnidoo Mnising. We dedicate ourselves to nurturing the expression of Anishnaabe culture in all forms, so our art, language, stories, songs and teachings flourish now and remain strong for future generations.
Debahjgemujig Theatre Group — Manitowaning
Non-profit theatre and storytelling organization.
Cultural Festivals & Pow Wows
Since the ancient days of Aboriginal tradition, neighbouring nations have come together each year to trade, dance and celebrate life in a spectacular kaleidoscope of colorful craftwork, regalia and singing. The very nature of the gathering of a nation welcomes all people. Pow wows are scheduled most weekends through the months of June to the beginning of September.
For a full list of Events, visit the Manitoulin Tourism Association website.