saugeen soujourn

A multiday all-inclusive adventure on the shores of Georgian Bay

camp, hike, bike, canoe, stargaze, feast

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Join us for the ultimate camping weekend at Cape Croker Park, Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation (Neyaashiinigmiing) - a four day  adventure on the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula! This small group experience (maximum 12 participants) includes the comfort of double occupancy glamping tents, all your meals (featuring Naagan, A Foraged Feast), fully guided and curated exploration of the local waters, natural features and cultural significance of the traditional lands of the Anishinaabek people, as well as all your adventure equipment. 

 

Camp
Camp
Camp
Camp on the wild shores of Georgian Bay in our 2 person "glamping" tents.
Hike
Hike
Hike
Hike along the Niagara Escarpment to incredible lookouts over Georgian Bay.
Bike
Bike
Bike
Bike along less traveled forested tracks, set between escarpment face and steely shoreline.
Canoe
Canoe
Canoe
Your tour will include a voyage of discovery in our eight person big canoe!
Stargaze
Stargaze
Stargaze
Explore the wonders of the Peninsula's exceptionally dark skies.
Naagan, a foraged feast
Feast
Naagan, a foraged feast
Your stay includes fabulous local food for all your meals.
Walking with Nature
Anishinaabe Cultural Programming
Walking with Nature
Walk through the mixed forests, diverse wetlands, and rocky bluffs of traditional Anishinaabe territory.
Saugeen Sojourn Itinerary
Your Itinerary
Saugeen Sojourn Itinerary
Your multi-day experience starts on Friday evening and ends Monday morning.
  Knowledge Sharing and Storytelling
Knowledge Sharing
Knowledge Sharing and Storytelling
Step back in time with storyteller, naturalist, and culture-keeper Lenore Keeshig.

Camp
Camp
Camp
Enjoy home comfort while you camp on the wild shores of Georgian Bay in our 2 person "glamping" tents. Comfortable cots are supplied - just bring a sleeping bag and pillow. A cozy place to crash after an adventure filled day! Location: The Saugeen Sojourn is hosted at Cape Croker Park within Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation (Neyaashiinigmiing), just north of Wiarton on the Saugeen Bruce Peninsula. The Park is bounded on three sides by the clear waters of Georgian Bay, and offers a breathtaking backdrop for the activities you will enjoy.
Hike
Hike
Hike
Your adventure will include curated hikes along the Niagara Escarpment to incredible lookouts over Georgian Bay. Learn about the flora, fauna and geology of the area. Your EcoAdventures guides bring a wealth of local knowhow and knowledge, taking you on trails less traveled.
Bike
Bike
Bike
We'll travel along forested tracks, set between escarpment face and steely shoreline, taking you to places less traveled. This biking adventure will have memorable stops packed full of cool sights and facts about the nature that abounds and a geological history that spans millions of years.
Canoe
Canoe
Canoe
Your tour will include a voyage of discovery in our eight person big canoe! Imagine gliding through Georgian Bay waters beneath the magnificent cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment. Experience the wonders of this time-honoured form of travel.
Stargaze
Stargaze
Stargaze
Explore the wonders of the Peninsula's exceptionally dark skies. Look through a professional telescope and travel light years with our knowledgeable amateur astronomer!
Naagan, a foraged feast
Feast
Naagan, a foraged feast
Your stay includes fabulous local food for all your meals, featuring a Sunday dinner created and curated by Anishinaabe Chef Zach Keeshig. "Naagan" is a seven course culinary dining experience which includes ingredients sourced from local purveyors and seasonally foraged from the land. This allows for every service to be a truly original event connecting exquisite flavours from place to palate!
Walking with Nature
Anishinaabe Cultural Programming
Walking with Nature
Since time immemorial the Anishinaabek people have understood the connection to and dependence on our Mother Earth. Nature provides food, medicine, and essentials for everyday life. Take a walk through the mixed forests, diverse wetlands, and rocky bluffs of traditional Anishinaabe territory. Your guide will provide history and insights into a variety of plants, wildlife, and cultural traditions. Connect deeply with the forest by sampling fresh, locally harvested Cedar tea.
Saugeen Sojourn Itinerary
Your Itinerary
Saugeen Sojourn Itinerary
Your multi-day experience starts on Friday evening with a meet and greet orientation and stargazing, while you get settled into your home away from home. Saturday will be action packed, with participants canoeing, biking, and hiking on an adventure that will take in the best that the Peninsula has to offer! Saturday evening we present Lenore Keeshig, renowned local storyteller. Sunday will bring a curated hike with your Anishinaabe guide Jason Johnston and an outdoor escape room, followed by a foraged culinary experience presented by chef Zach Keeshig. Monday morning we will say our goodbyes over breakfast before breaking camp.
  Knowledge Sharing and Storytelling
Knowledge Sharing
Knowledge Sharing and Storytelling
Step back in time with storyteller, naturalist, and culture-keeper Lenore Keeshig. You’ll be introduced to living artifacts and understand how they came to be. Hear stories that describe the creation of the very land you are walking on, and learn about the people, their history, and their connection to the place they call home.

Three nights includes double occupancy glamping tents, all camping fees, all meals, all adventure equipment and guided experiences 
$1100 per person all-inclusive (bookings based on double occupency) 
All profits go to conservation on the Saugeen Bruce Peninsula 

Need more information? You can email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or call (226) 277-0944

 

 

 Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for funding support

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