Dreaming of Summer Vacation?

These 8 Indigenous-owned accommodations, from luxury hotels and cozy cabins to glamping domes, will make it an unforgettable adventure!
Endaa-Aang Cabins at Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation

Explore Manitoulin's beauty at Endaa-Aang Cabins at Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation. The fully equipped cottages feature Indigenous flair and stunning views of the La Cloche Mountains.

The Grove Motel Carter House Pic River Guesthouse
The Grove Hotel / Carter House Manitoulin Teepees / Pic River Guesthouse

The Grove Hotel & The Grove Motel, Colchester

Rock out on Lake Erie at The Grove Hotel in Kingsville, or at the new Grove Motel in Colchester. Enjoy historic or retro vibes, and fuel up ☕ for your adventures at the coffee shop next door! 

Carter House B&B & Manitoulin Teepees, Kagawong

Carter House B&B & Manitoulin Teepees in Kagawong offers a quaint stay near Bridal Veil Falls. Teepees with hammocks, BBQs, and kitchens are perfect for families or couples. 

Pic River Guest House, Heron Bay

Pukaskwa National Park is just minutes away by canoe from the tranquil comfort of the Pic River Guest House. Two separate and private spaces on the Pic River are equipped with barbeques and lovely picnic areas. 

Bearfoot Lil Crow Cabin & PODs Bayside Cottages
Bearfoot Park / Lil Crow Cabin / Bayside Cottages

Bearfoot Park, Sauble Beach

Bearfoot Park Sauble Beach Cottage Rentals promises family fun on Lake Huron's shores. With 19 cottages, friendly service, and unforgettable sunsets, there's room for the whole fam. 

Lil' Crow Cabin & PODs, Kenhtè:ke nene kanyen’kehá:ka

Lil' Crow Cabin & PODs offer a romantic getaway near Bay of Quinte. At this adults-only boutique accommodation along the shores of the Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory (Kenhtè:ke nene kanyen’kehá:ka), you'll enjoy easy access to your hosts' Indigenous Art Galleries, Prince Edward County, and the incredible Sandbanks Provincial park.

Bayside Resort, Wikwemikong First Nation

Bayside Resort in Wikwemikong offers serene log cabins just 30ft. from the water's edge. Each accommodates up to 6 guests with full amenities, private patios, and more. Bring food, friends, and slippers for a cozy retreat! 

Among The Trees Glamping, Whitefish River First Nation

Among The Trees Glamping in Whitefish River First Nation offers luxury eco-retreats amidst nature's beauty. Disconnect and explore McGregor Bay, Killarney and Baie Fine with a boat charter.

For more Indigenous-owned accommodations and vacation getaway ideas visit Indigenous Experience Ontario

Among the Trees Glamping Domes
Among The Trees Glamping Dome
About Indigenous Tourism Ontario

Indigenous Tourism Ontario (ITO) is the province’s only dedicated Indigenous tourism organization. ITO focuses on uniting communities, organizations, and industry leaders to support the growth of Indigenous tourism in the region. Visit their travel planning website at www.indigenousexperienceontario.ca.

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