Explore Six Nations

There is so many things to do in Six Nations, for an extensive listing of shops, events and activities visit Six Nations Tourism website.

Six Nations Tourism

Chiefswood National Historic Site

Surrounded by the Carolinian Forest, along the banks of the Grand River, Chiefswood National Historic Site (CNHS) is the birthplace and childhood home of renowned Mohawk and English poetess, E. Pauline Johnson. The historic site features identical entrances – the South entrance faces the river to welcome Six Nations community members who arrived by canoe, and the North entrance faces the road to welcome visitors from surrounding communities who arrived by horse-drawn carriage. The two entrances are a living symbol of the shared cultures of the Johnson family.

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Gathering Place by the Grand Event Centre

A stunning and elegant conference and event venue located in Six Nations, the Gathering Place by the Grand offers something for everyone. Filled with spacious meeting areas, and design inspired by the Grand River, the Gathering Place is the perfect backdrop for your next event.

Proudly servicing Ohsweken, Brantford, Brant, Hamilton, Toronto, London, Woodstock, Hagersville, Caledonia, Haldimand-Norfolk.

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H.M Royal Chapel of the Mohawks

Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks was the first Protestant Church in Upper Canada (built in 1785) and is now the oldest surviving church in Ontario. Mohawk Chapel is a vibrant tourist attraction in Brantford aimed at providing a cultural experience for all its visitors.

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Woodland Cultural Centre

An Indigenous education and cultural center established to protect, promote, and preserve the history, language, intellect and cultural heritage of the Anishinaabe and Onkwehon:we peoples.

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Kayanase Greenhouse and Longhouse

Kayanase Greenhouse and Longhouse is greenhouse, ecological restoration and eco-tourism company specializing in native species plants.

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Six Nations Bingo Hall

Whether you are looking for a new experience, or you’re a B-I-N-G-O fanatic, Six Nations Bingo has been the preferred choice from players for over 20 years! Easily accessible, just off Highway 54 between Brantford and Caledonia, we offer the largest and friendliest Bingo Hall in the region.

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For more information on things to do in the Six Nations Community,
visit the Six Nations Tourism website

Rentals & Amenities

Regular rate*
Canoe Rental 1 hour – $10 per person
Up to 3 hours – $30 per person
Kayak Rental 1 hour – $10 per person
Up to 3 hours – $30 per person
Pavilion Half day – $70
Full day – $120
Boat Launch Daily – $10
Season – $120
Tent Campsite/Unserviced From $50 per night
Tent Campsite/Serviced From $60 per night
Riverside Grounds Half day – $200
Full day – $400
Top Grounds Half day – $200
Full day – $400
Lacrosse Sticks and Nets rentals Up to 3 hours – $10/stick and $10/net
Trailer Campsite (hydro & water hook up) From $55 per night
Wood (8 pieces) $10
Ice

Barbecue rental

$3

$20/day

Shower (free for overnight guests) $5
Riverside Grounds Rental ($150 deposit required) Half day – $185
Full day – $370
Snowshoe Rental (3 hour max) Adult – $10 per hour
Child – $10 per hour
Parking day pass $10
Guest Parking $5/day
Overnight Guests (to add additional vehicle to overnight accommodation) $15/night
2020 Season Pass $50
Community Members (with proof of residency) FREE

*Rates are subject to change
**Prices are not subject to taxes