Rama First Nation is located on the east side of Lake Couchiching, about 90 minutes north of Toronto. The community is home to Casino Rama, Black River Wilderness Park and numerous other attractions.
Throughout their history, the Chippewas of Rama First Nation have been known as a caring, sharing people. The Chippewa territory has been called ‘the gathering place’ where travelers rested before continuing on their journey, where great meetings were held and important agreements signed.
They invite you to learn more about our community, whose pride in Ojibwe traditions and restoring traditional ecological knowledge are at the forefront of community visioning. This stands alongside progressive programs, economic development initiatives and member services.
Please continue to practice safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Please refer to information from the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit.
Black River Wilderness Park is a family campground that offers a beautiful setting of granite and tall pines with the Black River wandering through areas of the park
The Chippewas of Rama First Nation have continued to honour their ancestors by keeping the traditions which have led to a strong and resilient community. Nowhere is the community’s rich heritage in display more then at the annual Powwow.
Rama offers a variety of shops along Rama Road and inside Casino Rama Resort. Many of these shops are popular among locals and visitors alike, as they offer products often not found anywhere else. From the popular Rama Moccasin and Smoke to The Gathering Place, Rama isn’t short of places to shop!
Ojibway Bay Marina is a full service facility located on the east side of beautiful Lake Couchiching on the Trent-Severn Waterway.
The marina can accommodate your seasonal, annual or transient mooring requirements.
Known as the Chippewas of Lake Simcoe and Huron, Rama is part of the Chippewa Tri-Council, an alliance of three First Nation communities now known as the Chippewas of Beausoleil First Nation on Christian Island, the Chippewas of Georgina Island on Georgina Island, and the Chippewas of Rama First Nation.
Rama First Nation invites you to learn more about their community, whose pride in Ojibwe traditions and restoring traditional ecological knowledge are at the forefront of community visioning.