There is no cell phone service on Devil’s Island.
There is internet on the island. We do ask that guests be discrete with their use of PDA's and computers. The Ojibway lodge porch provides a very quiet and private place to use the internet.
Yes, Keewaydin welcomes visitors.
Absolutely, however, when campers are in, we ask you give them priority to the facilities.
Ojibway does not add a service charge to guests' bills. Gratuities for service, left at your discretion, are much appreciated by our staff. Most guests leave 10%-15% when settling their account, which is then distributed to all our staff.
Smoking at Ojibway is only allowed on the docks. Keewaydin is completely smoke-free.
Unfortunately, pets cannot be accommodated at Ojibway.
Yes, Keewaydin can outfit you fully for a canoe trip. The only items you will need to provide is sleeping bags and personal clothing - check out the information about overnight canoe trips.
Blackflies are typically gone by mid to late June. Mosquitoes tend to hang around a bit longer into July and can sometimes be pesky in the evening. All cabins have screen porches.
It averages around 68-70 degrees but can get as warm as the mid to high 70's.
Details are provided here.