Also known as Nibinamik First Nation, the Summer Beaver Band is a remote
Oji-Cree First Nation Reserve. It is located in Northern Ontario, on the
Summer Beaver Settlement. The community is connected to the Ontario
province via an airport and the winter road which connects to Northern
Ontario Resource Trail. A member of the Matawa First Nations, the community
was first established in 1975. The local population here comprises
Aboriginal people who moved from the nearby settlement of Lansdowne in the
1970s. The Nibinamik Lake offers plenty of recreational activities for
Things to do in Summer Beaver Band
Hiking and Camping
Visitors can come here to be close to nature and go hiking, cycling and camping around the Nibinamik Lake.
Boating and Kayaking
Visitors can indulge in recreational boating and kayaking at the Nibinamik Lake on their visit to Summer Beaver Band.
Hunting and Fishing
Nibinamik Lake provides a thriving ecosystem for the marine life. Visitors
can also indulge in year-round hunting activities and fishing during the
Best Time to Fly to Summer Beaver Band
The best time to book cheap flights to Summer Beaver Band is from late
April through May, and from mid-September through mid-October.
Airports in Summer Beaver Band
Nibinamik First Nation is served by the Summer Beaver Airport, which is
located 2.9 miles southwest from the community. Wasaya Airways and Swiftair
offer limited flights to Summer Beaver Band from Webequie, Pickle Lake,
Sioux Lookout and Lansdowne House.