Alderville First Nation, is a thriving First Nations
community that is rich in heritage and native culture with
nature and heritage tours available throughout the year
upon request. We have many tourist attractions for
interested visitors including native crafts, Ojibway
Village, Black Oak Savanna, Annual Pow-wow, Drum Socials,
and our annual Boating Regatta.
We have approximately 300 members that live in
Alderville, and another 650 + members that live outside of
Alderville First Nation, is located in South-Central
Ontario, Canada. Alderville is intersected by County Road
45, and is located on the south side of Rice Lake, Ontario,
approximately 30km north of Cobourg.
Official Opening of the
official opening was on 28th October, 2013.
Pictures and a description will be on the Solar
Farm page shortly. Click on the link on the top
Access to Presquile Provincial Park
Chief Marsden and Consultation Manager, Dave Simpson have
successfully negotiated a Pilot Project with Presquile
Provincial Park to provide a right of access to Presquile
Park for our membership, due to the fact Presquile park is
in our traditional territory. More on the News and Events