The Great Spirit Circle Trail encompasses eight First Nation communities on Manitoulin Island and the Sagamok region in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. Truly blessed by the Creator, it is one of the most beautiful and serene regions in Northeastern Ontario. Manitoulin Island, the largest freshwater island in the world and Sagamok are home to the “Anishnawbek” – the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi people with a long and storied history, rich culture and abundant lands. The warmth of the people, the serenity of the forests and waters and the vibrant culture of the Anishnawbek people are yours to discover as you “Experience the past and Enjoy the Present”.

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The Wampum Restaurant


The Wampum Restaurant is casual fine dining situated with a glass-in view of the LaCloche Mountain range and the breathtaking North Channel on Lake Huron. Both the outdoor patio and indoor dining area provide stunning views of the lake and mountains allowing guests to relax and enjoy the natural scenery in modern facility. (more…)

Medicine Walks


Participants are guided through different areas of the outdoors while being shown a variety of different plant, trees, herbs and shrubs with medicinal, practical, edible or spiritual uses. (more…)

Canoe Heritage Tours


Throughout your chosen tour, your guide will be stopping for rest breaks while sharing local legends, island histroy and survival techniques at different points of interest. Each adventure includes bannock and tea!

Voice Of The Drum

Listen, learn and feel the heartbeat of Mother Earth through the ‘Voice of the Drum’. A traditional song and drum experience including singing, hands on interactive performance, and games.

Experience the majestic scenery of central Manitoulin on horseback while you learn about the legends of the land through your Anishinaabe guide.

Manitoulin Island, is the heart of the Great Lakes and is the largest freshwater island in the world!!! It is home to the “Anishnabek” – the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi people and is known by the original peoples of the land as ‘M’Nidoo M’Niss’ or Spirit Island. (more…)