Anishnawbe Keeshigun 2013
Join Us At The Fort For The Annual Anishnawbe Keeshigun Aboriginal Festival
July 6th & 7th from 10am to 5pm!
Fort William will resonate with the beating of the drums once again. On July 6th and 7th, Anishnawbe Keeshigun returns to Fort William Historical Park. Our annual festival highlights the culture of First Nations people with drumming, singing and dancing, Observe as artisans demonstrate their skills or visit a crafter and see what they have for sale. Have an appetite for traditional fare? Sample some wild rice, smoked fish or grab a cob from our corn roast. Kids can enjoy some traditional games and crafts. Have a keen eye? Test your precision at our accuracy challenges. There are prizes to be won and so much more. Join us for Anishnawbe Keeshigun.
FREE ADMISSION! Everyone is welcome!
• Participate in a traditional Powwow
• Purchase handmade items from craft vendors
• Participate in traditional games and challenges
• Aboriginal dancing and drumming
• Free parking
• It's a fun day for the whole family!
For more information about this event please call 807-473-2344.
Cash, credit cards, debit cards accepted.
HEY CAMPERS AND RVers!!
Why not stay at the Fort for the night or maybe the whole weekend?
We've been developing our campground over the past few years and it's grown into something we're sure you'll like! So bring your family along with your tents or RV and enjoy an exciting night of family fun and entertainment!
Fort William offers many great options for campers such as FREE wi-fi, canoe and kayak rentals, or old favorites such as chatting around a bonfire or simply roasting a few marshmallows over the fire. Relax and enjoy yourselves at the World's Largest Fur Trade Post.
There’s more. Enjoy full-service RV camping. Nightly fees are $25.00 for non-serviced sites and $35.00 for serviced sites (plus HST). Serviced campsites include 20/30 amp and 50-amp capability with direct water hook-up. Amenities include fresh water access, toilets and showers, and refuse.
Other complimentary components include shaded picnic areas with tables, and paved wheelchair-accessible paths. The Fort William Trading Post in the Visitor Centre provides goods and services, featuring souvenirs, gifts, pop, water, and ice sales.
Admission to historic Fort William or to special events is separate from camp site fees.
Please contact Reservations for booking’s - (807) 473-2331 or (807) 473-2347
Docking or tie ups for boats and canoes from the Kaministiqua River is not available for this event. Please use Admissions in the Visitor Centre for site access.
RV’s are only permitted in the registered campground with a camping permit. RV’s may only be parked in the main parking lots for day visitors.