AOK’s Endaa-aang Cabins add two new one-bedroom units

Endaa-aang’s has two new two-bedroom cottages to its tourism complement.

AUNDECK OMNI KANING—Endaa-aang Cabins has established an enviable reputation for a lakeside summer getaway in Aundeck Omni Kaning and now, thanks to a recent expansion of their cottages, that experience can be experienced by more summer visitors.

Located on the shores of the beautiful North Channel, just west of Little Current at Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation, near the powwow grounds, Endaa-aang Cabins is a perfect place from which to explore Manitoulin’s scenery, history and culture. Visitors can enjoy their stay in one of Endaa-aang’s unique cottages featuring handcrafted wood furnishings and an Indigenous flare.

Endaa-aang’s cabins are fully equipped with bedding and towels, a full kitchen compliment, and the cabins come equipped with propane fireplaces—so no fuss no muss while you take in the beautiful vistas of the LaCloche mountain range. All within a short driving distance from the year-round gateway to Manitoulin at Little Current by following Highway 540 west.

While the views are stunning and pristine, you can tune in to your favourite television programs thanks to the inclusion of satellite television.

Endaa-aang recently celebrated the grand opening of two new cabins, the Eagles Nest and Crows Peak.

“We started with some acknowledgements followed by a ribbon cutting by Elder Elaine Nahwegahbo, Councillor Debbie Francis and tourism manager Gladys King,” said tourism operator Paula Kakekagumick. “Moving forward we now have six cabins for rent here at Endaa-aang Tourism.”

Following the ribbon-cutting grand opening attendees had a light lunch followed by a game of Texas horseshoes, engaged in a make the bed challenge race put on by the housekeeping staff, as well as free popcorn, games and prizes.

Endaa-aang Tourism has been in operation for over the past 22 years, explained Ms. Kakekagumick, starting out with five cabins on Bedford Island but have since moved operations permanently to the mainland.

Endaa-aang Cabins can be contacted Gladys King at (705) 368-0548 or by email: Their website is