Batmans Cottages and Campground

11408 Hwy #6
Sheguiandah, ON P0P 1W0
(705) 368-2180
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Description and Local Attractions

Escape and Discover an area perfect for an enriching camping experience. Safe, clean and fun. Family Camping at it’s best on Manitoulin Island!

Our Mission:
To provide exceptional customer service in a friendly, clean and fun family campground, while creating family memories to last a lifetime.

Manitoulin Island is the largest freshwater island in the world and has the most spectacular natural scenery providing something for everyone. One night isn't enough time to explore the island and our location is perfect to make day trips.

While staying at Batman’s enjoy all of these conveniences:

  • Waterfront Cottages
  • We can accommodate 45 ft Motor Homes
  • 30/50 amp sites
  • Large Waterfront or Treed sites available
  • Pull Throughs ( PT) / 30 amp/water hook ups
  • Full Hook ups available
  • Mobile Pump-out Truck available
  • Dumping Station
  • Non Service or service tenting sites available
  • Clean Modern Washrooms and Shower Houses

  •     Free WIFI, Sauna
  •     Hiking Trail
  •     Fishing boats, Stand Up Paddle Boards, paddle boats, kayaks and canoe rentals.
  •     Sheltered marina, gas, launching ramp, docking, live bait, freezer service, fish cleaning hut
  •     ice
  •     firewood
  •     groceries, souvenirs
  •     public telephone
  •     Laundromat
  • Recreation Hall ( see below)

Why the name “Batmans”?
Batman’s Cottages and Campground was founded by Ralph Batman in 1969. Batman’s started as a family operated campground and continues to this date as a family operated campground. Andre and Lisa purchased in 2008.

Everything you need is here!

We have a main sandy beach known as Sunset Beach, with beautiful sunsets, a swim up dock with a gradual entry into the clear, refreshing waters of Sheguiandah Bay, Lake Huron.

Sunrise waterfront is a natural lakefront setting offering breathtaking views of the sunrises, the La Cloche Mountains and a shallow swimming area. This is where our Pull Through sites are located. The sunrise waterfront isn't the main swimming area, this is on the Sunset Beach.

Recreation hall offers:

  • Pool table
  • Video Machines
  • Ping Pong
  • Pin Ball

Enjoy the outdoors with:

  • Hiking Trail, Sauna
  • Badminton
  • Volleyball
  • Shuffleboard
  • Horseshoes
  • Bocce
  • Large playground
  • Swimming

Bring your own boat, rent one of ours or fish off of our pier. Guests of all ages have fun trying to catch that “big one”.

The species available are; Musky, Northern Pike, Perch, Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout, Pickerel, Bass.

To help you out we sell live bait.

Hi-speed wireless internet available.

Yes, cell phones will work here!

Events and Activities

Batman's 2019 Annual Campground Events

MON, July 1st - Our 11th Annual Batman’s Canada Day Pancake Breakfast

SAT & SUN, June 29 & 30 Our 12th Annual Fish Derby (Ontario Family Free-Fishing Week - June 29 to July 7, 2019 no fishing license required).

Back in 2020-  Our 8th Annual Educational "Bugfest" “Biofest”

Back in 2020-  Our 8TH Annual 1 K, 2.5 K & 5 K Marathons

SAT, July 13 -  Our 14th Annual Fish Fry with Entertainment.

SAT, July 20 - Our 8th Annual Triathlon

SAT, Aug 17 – Our 4th Annual Pig & Corn Roast with Live Entertainment, 12th Annual Sand Castle Contest

Sept Long weekend, Aug 31st if it rains then Sept. 1- Annual Golf Tournament 10:00 a.m. @ Rainbow Ridge Golf Course


Local 2019 Island Events
• Annual Manitoulin Passage Ride – June 1 & 2 for more information
• Haweater Weekend & Wikwemikong Cultural Pow Wow – Aug. 3- Aug. 5
• Sheguiandah Pow Wow - July 5 -7

•Country Music Festival - Aug 8-10

Rockin' The Rock- Aug 16 & 17

2019 Manitoulin Island Pow Wow Events
• Please note some of the dates below are subject to change;
• June 1 – 2 Aundeck Omni Kaning First Nation Traditional
• June 15 – 16 TBC- Wikwemikong First Nation Traditional
• June 15 – 16 Sheshegwaning First Nation Traditional

• July 5– 7 Sheguiandah First Nation Traditional

July 12, 13 & 14 Sagamok Anishnawbek Traditional

• August 3 - 4 – 5 Wikwemikong 55th Annual Cultural

Aug 17- 18 Whitefish River First Nation Traditional

• August 24 – 25 Zhiibaahaasing First Nation Traditional
• Aug. 31 and Sept 1 M’Chigeeng First Nation Traditional

For more information on the Pow Wows please contact

or call 1-877-710-3211

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