Tom Thompson Museum

Currently at the Tom Thompson Museum is a new, interactive exhibit called Betwixt & Between: An Untold Tom Thompson Story. This exhibit ties together the story of Tom Thompson with the history of the First Nations people on the Bruce Penisula. With this exhibit, two of the treaties of the SON territory are also on loan from…

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Chantry Island Tours

Take a boat ride to Chantry Island located just over a mile south west of the Saugeen River mouth. Chanrty Island houses an Imperial Lighthouse built in the mid 1800’s and a light house keeper’s cottage that has been restored to its original 1800s condition, and decorated with period furnishings. Enjoy the wonders of nature with a walk through the…

bruce county museum

Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre

Amoung many other exhibits, the First People’s Galleries can be found here and highlights the history of First Nations people in Bruce County found at local archeological sites………need moreeee……

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Scubby’s Point Light House

Located at the mouth of the Saugeen River, Scubby’s Point is a great spot to view Lake Huron’s beautiful sunsets, watch a storm come in, or take a seat and spend the day fishing. The mouth of the Saugeen River that flows into Lake Huron was always known to be a native camping or temporary living site for our…

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Sunsets of Lake Huron

Local sunsets off of the Lake Huron shore line have become a big attraction in the recent years, and for an excellent reason! The sunsets here have been rated amoung the top five most beautiful sunsets in the world!

Fishing on the Saugeen River

Fishing on the Saugeen River was and still is a huge cultural, self sustaining aspect to the members of Saugeen. Saugeen comes from the Ojibwe word Saukiing which translates to “mouth of the river”. The Saugeen people knew the importance of this location to thier way of self sustaining life, this is why when fishing…

saugeen Amphitheatre

Amphitheatre

A visit to Saugeen First Nation would not be complete without a stop at the Saugeen Amphitheatre. Located in the heart of the village, over looking the mighty Saugeen River is one of the most beautiful and scenic gardens in Western Ontario. Stone stairways and walkways, terraced gardens and an outdoor amphitheatre constructed of locally…

Sauble Parks

Sauble Park is privately owned and operated by the Saugeen First Nation. The park is located on South Sauble Beach and it is staffed and maintained 100% from the Chief and Council of the First Nation. The park employs entrance gate workers, full time maintenance crews to keep the beach clean and security to patrol…

Hockey Mom’s & Dad’s Bingo

Monday nights ,at the James Mason Memorial and Cultural Centre, community parents and volunteers host a bingo to fundraise for the yearly Little NHL (Native Hockey League) Tournament. Approximately 70 of Saugeen’s hockey players and thier families attend the tournament. Ages range from as early as 5 and go to 20. The Saugeen Stars teams work hard, play…

Hockey Mom’s & Dad’s Bingo

Monday nights, at the James Mason Memorial and Cultural Centre, community parents and volunteers host a bingo to fundraise for the yearly Little NHL (Native Hockey League) Tournament. Approximately 70 of Saugeen’s hockey players and thier families attend the tournament. Ages range from as early as 5 and go to 20. The Saugeen Stars teams work hard, play…