Welcome to The Manitoulin Link!
Llamas! Everywhere! The Llamas are coming!!!!!!!!                  Our apologies, those responsible for the alternate text on this website have been sacked!
       
    Bonnie Kogos
    Christie Best Pearson's Art
    Dylon Whyte
    Great Manitou Star Party
    Jack Whyte's Art
    Judith Martin, Textile Artist
    Kusari Kahn's Lair
    Manitoulin Big Game Outfitters
    Manitoulin Illustrated
    Margo Little (Author)
    MIDSA
    Re/Max Crown Real Estate Agents:
    Ron and Carol Bedard
    Say It Phree Tees
    Sunset Bay Resort
    Mr. Whyte Designs

    Current Weather
    LAMBAC
    100.7 - The Island
    Manitoulin Branding Association
    Manitoulin Island Information
    Manitoulin Living
    Moira Elsley's Manitou Studio

    The Forum!

Welcome to Manitoulin Island, Ontario, Canada!

Manitoulin Features some of the best freshwater crusing in the worldForged from the limestone outcroppings of the Niagara Escarpment and located in the northern section of Lake Huron, Manitoulin is the largest lake island in the world at over 2,766 square kilometres in area.

Haweaters are named after settlers that used the berries from Hawthorn bushes as a source of Vitamin CHome to approximately 12,000 permanent residents, the Island's population swells each summer with folks looking to escape the turmoil of modern urban living and recapture a forgotten world of fresh waters and untouched forests. Manitoulin is famous for its secret hideaways and endless days spent relaxing in the summer sun and breathing in the refreshing Lake Huron breezes.

Whitetail Deer outnumber Manitoulin Residents by 2.5 to 1A major feature of "The Manitoulin Link" is our popular and long-running Message Board, which links "Haweaters" (a nickname given to those born on the island), island residents and Manitoulin fans from all over the world together to discuss their favourite freshwater island.

Also, hot off the presses for 2008 is our brand new illustrated history magazine: Manitoulin Illustrated. Volume 1 is now available and focuses on the area surrounding the beautiful region of Bridal Veil Falls and Billings Township, as well as having many general interest stories, read more about Manitoulin Illustrated Volume 1 and future publications today!


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