Manitoulin Resort is close to Wikwemikong Indian village where the annual Pow Wow, one of the biggest in Ontario, takes place on the Civic Holiday weekend in August. Fall brings colour tours and local fall fairs for a change of pace. The many communities on Manitoulin offer shopping, restaurants, banking, gift shops, medical services and other amenities. Roads are well maintained with light traffic, perfect for cycling or a leisurely scenic drive. Hiking enthusiasts will enjoy Manitoulin's famous Cup and Saucer trail which is only twenty minutes from Manitoulin Resort. A rainy-day trip to Sudbury allows an opportunity to visit the Big Nickel Mine, Science North and the Imax Theatre.
The Traditional Pow wow is held every year in the month of June and is hosted in rotation by one of Wikwemikong’s satellite communities.
Held every Civic Holiday weekend in August, the Wikwemikong Cultural Festival is Eastern Canada’s longest running pow-wow and Manitoulin’s premier event.
Cup & Saucer
Located 18 kms west of Little Current, at the junction of Hwy 540 & Bidwell Road. 2 kms of dramatic 70 meter cliffs and breathtaking views, up to 12 kms of hiking trails and the 2km adventure trail. One of the most popular trails in Ontario. Anywhere from 1.5 to 4 hours. No Overnight Camping on the property.Open May 15th - Thanksgiving Weekend - Daily from Dawn To Dusk.
Bridal Veil Falls
This trail is located on hwy 540 at the entrance to Kagawong. A picnic area at the top of the falls leads down to the base of the falls and the trail follows both sides of the stream to the bay. Take a dip in the falls and take the walking tour of the old town. Allow 1 to 2 hours.