Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territtory is the fifth largest First Nation in Canada in terms of geographical land mass at a total of 55,781.1 hectares. We are centred on Odawa Mnis (Manitoulin island) and the surrounding islands in Lake Huron, and included in our territory is Point Grondine land holdings on the north shore near Killarney Provincial Park. Our lands are Unceded, which means that we have not relinquished any of our rights to any of the lands in the Great Lakes Basin to any nation. Located on the eastern peninsula, Wiikwemkoong is home to the people of Three Fires Confederacy: an alliance of the Ojibwa, Odawa and Pottawatomi nations. Our large land base offers plenty of opportunity for wilderness exploration at your own pace while enjoying the culture and traditions of the Anishinabek people.We welcome you to indulge in the vast picturesque wilderness that surrounds Manitoulin’s largest community through one of our many private and community operated tourism services.

About Wikwemikong Tourism


To build a foundation for sustainable tourism development that will position Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory as a four season destination.


To develop quality market ready products and services that will support the growth of the local tourism industry.

Tourism Strategy

As ambassadors of our community, Wikwemikong Tourism is responsible for community tourism development as guided by the Wikwemikong Tourism Strategy and parent company Enaadmaagehjik (WDC).

Tourism Infrastructure

  • Marketing / Branding

  • Product Development

  • Workforce Development

  • Premier Events

  • Own Source Revenue

Tourist Information Centre & Gift Shop

Located at the Small Business Centre, the Tourist Information Centre (TIC) serves as our centralized visitor centre and the launching point to your authentic Indigenous experience. Stop in and learn about our territory from our welcoming staff, and have a look at authentic and locally made crafts, apparel and paintings by our local artisans. Canoe rentals are also available.


Canoe Rentals – $40 for a full day. Delivery fee to transport canoes if required**

**Satellite communities are subject to a rate of $15 – includes Prairie Pt., Southbay, Kaboni, & Buzwah. Can also deliver to other Manitoulin communities – rates vary based on distance.”