Alderville First Nation is a thriving First Nations community that is rich in heritage and native culture. The Alderville Indian Craft Shop is one of several small outlets in Alderville that sell artwork and crafts created by local artisans as well as people from other First Nation Communities throughout Canada. Proprietor Jeff Beaver is quite knowledgeable and active in natural heritage conservation efforts in the community. The Alderville First Nation has many tourist attractions for interested visitors including native crafts, the Ojibway Village, the annual Pow-wow, Drum Socials, and the annual Boating Regatta. The Alderville Black Oak Savanna is the largest remaining remnant of the Rice Lake Plains and constitutes a rare and endangered ecosystem protected in the heart of Alderville. Nature and heritage tours are available throughout the year upon request.
GPS Coordinates: 44.181065000, -78.068354000