Six Nations of the Grand River
The Six Nations of the Grand River Territory is the traditional home to the Haudenosaunee, made up of members of the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca, Tuscarora and Cayuga Nations.
The territory is the largest First Nations Reserve in Canada and the only one in North America in which six nations live together as part of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy.
Visitors will find activities for the whole family, including a nature park with cabin accommodations, hiking in one of North America’s last Carolinian forests, exploring a Mohawk chapel and shopping at an authentic Indigenous craft store.
Where is Six Nations of the Grand River?
The Six Nations of the Grand River Territory is south of Brantford, along the banks of the Grand River, just outside of the Greater Golden Horseshoe.
The region offers easy access to 400-series highways and is located roughly an hour’s drive from Toronto and Niagara Falls. The area is best explored by car or motorcycle.
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Things to do in Six Nations of the Grand River
Support Indigenous artisans
Visit a historic chapel
Check out a film festival
Dig into a juicy burgers
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Last updated: February 16, 2024