The Kewadin Inn is owned and operated by the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians in northern Michigan. The Anishinabeg people are the root of the tribe's modern government, which originated in the 1940's. The Orillia Kewadin Inn (pronounced keewaydin) means "Inn of the North" and boasts 84 recently renovated rooms. It is located in "cottage country" which is known for it's native historical roots. Casino Rama is located on the Rama Reserve and is rich with native culture. Visit our hotel to view artwork on display by award winning local artists.

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our surroundings

There are many opportunities to experience the history of the Orillia area such as at the Stephen Leacock Museum and the Orillia Museum of Art & History. The artists of the area are famous for pottery, sculpture and painting. The heritage of the area is also enriched by the traditions and art of the First Nations Peoples. Wye Marsh (for nature lovers), St. Marie Among the Hurons, and Discovery Harbour are only a very few of the interesting features in the area. A visit to the area is not complete without visiting Mariposa Market, the Rama Moccasin Shop and the Farmer's Market every Saturday morning. The Trans Canada Trail system touches the rear or our property.