A visit to Oujé-Bougoumou offers an amazing opportunity to discover our rich and diverse culture. No matter what choice of adventure brings you here, the very first thing you will discover is that Cree culture and history lie at the heart of this place we are proud to call home. For moe information about the activities, attractions and tourism packages available to visitors, please visit our tourism website.
Book your stay at the Capissisit Lodge
The Capissisit Lodge features 20 recently renovated guest rooms each with two double beds and 4 two-level suites that offer comfort at affordable prices. With a view of the lake and a restaurant on site, Capisissit Lodge is ready to welcome you.
Capissisit lodge also boasts a new conference centre which utilizes the latest in meeting technology.
To find out more about our corporate packages or to make a reservation for your upcoming stay, call us at 418.745.3944
Experience Cree culture at Nuuhchimi Wiinuu
David and Anna Bosum have been welcoming visitors to their cultural camp for over (?) years. In winter guests will experience snowshoeing, ice-fishing and will have an opportunity to create traditional Cree crafts. During the summer enjoy canoeing, hiking and other water activities. In both seasons, guests enjoy traditional Cree cuisine prepared on site. In keeping with the traditional Cree value of stewardship, Nuuhchimi Wiinuu is an environmentally friendly camp and can run independently for up to three days on a system of solar panels.
Please visit oujebougoumoutourism.ca for more information about booking your stay.
Explore the world-renowned Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute
Inspired by the Shaptuan, the Cree longhouse traditionally made of wood tree branches, the Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, occupies a central site in the heart of Ouje-Bougoumou. Intended as a museum and gathering place, the Institute serves as a showcase for Cree artifacts and as a venue for traditional music and storytelling events. Dedicated to the preservation and the transmission of Cree culture, Aanischaaukamikw includes a library and resource centre, permanent and temporary exhibit spaces.
For more information, visit their website at: creeculturalinstitute.ca
Enjoy the fishing adventure of a lifetime!
Located in the heart of the beautiful Assinica nature reserve, Broadback Fishing Camp offers guests an opportunity to fish for yellow walleye, great northern pike, and speckled and rainbow trout.
Whether you are an experienced angler or just a beginner, our all-inclusive fishing packages offer guests a unique and authentic experience. Nestled deep in the wilderness we offer the perfect get away from the hustle and bustle of city living. All you need to bring is your favourite fishing rod and we’ll take care of the rest. Our experienced and friendly guides are waiting for you.
While at our camp, guests will stay at one of our rustic but comfortable cottages. Each cottage can accommodate 2 to 6 six people.
Please visit us at broadback.ca for more information about booking your stay.