Want to relax along a beautiful sunny harbour where you can educate on indigenous history? Then you’re in luck! Wiikwemkoong Harbourfront has a vast economic history because of its trading past. During the 1800s, the Wiikwemkoong HarbourFront was used as a place of trade with visiting schooners. Main trading items included livestock and farmer tools in exchange for maple sugar. Yachts and other Vessels anchor in during the summertime to glimpse the picturesque scenery. People also enjoy the summer sun at the beach and can take a tour through the interpretive center in the marina. This would be a great spot to relax and discover the indigenous culture of northern Ontario.