It’s known as Lake Huron’s greatest treasure, a rocky island that’s home to historic towns, First Nations communities and the rugged outdoor charm that is the trademark of Northern Ontario, Canada. Manitoulin Island is the largest freshwater lake in the world, and a popular spot for camping, cottaging, hiking, fishing and just lazing about in nature. The pace is mellow and the area is rich with history, culture and wildlife. Hike the trails, visit one of the many art galleries, or head to Wikwemikong—the only unceded Native reserve in Canada.
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