Small Town Stay-cation Guide
Dubbed the “Gem of the Huron” for a thousand good reasons, Drummond Island is famous for both its outdoor pursuits and pristine beauty.
If you’re looking for adventure, explore over 100 miles of ATV and ORV trails, kayak the Heritage Water Trail around the island, or scuba dive to view multiple shipwrecks.
Discover the wild side of the island by birdwatching during our migration seasons, hunt for whitetail deer, bear, and small game, or fish for pike, perch, and walleye.
If it’s relaxation that you seek, immerse yourself in the peace and tranquility by strolling along the beach looking for puddingstones or soak in the natural surroundings right from your deck chair.
Boaters often call Drummond Island their home port.
Whatever your desire, every season is the perfect reason to experience “island life.”
Places to Stay
- Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center: 2,000 beautiful acres of woods, water, and wildlife. The resort is located on the north shore of Drummond Island.
- Drummond Island Tourism Association: Drummond Island Tourism Association provides the best resources for planning a trip to Drummond Island.