Mohawk for “by the river”, Atsiakta is a charming, locally owned lodging and event space for guests to experience a place of rest, comfort and relaxation on the bank of the majestic St. Lawrence [...]
Located across the parking lot from the Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Resort, the Comfort Inn & Suites offers spacious guest rooms, which feature microwaves and refrigerators, USB ports and a coffee maker.
The locally-owned Three Feathers is known for its friendly service and freshmade eats. Open for breakfast and lunch, this popular cafe is the go-to spot for healthy options.
Bring a crew for some high-adrenaline fun to the Mohawk International Raceway. Owned by Don Thompson Jr. and John Lazore, this local racetrack offers family-friendly dirt track racing on Friday nights.
Twinleaf is a quick-service, friendly local diner, gas and convenience store located on Route 37 just as you enter Akwesasne.
The Bear’s Den Restaurant has been serving delicious local favorites, like Mohawk Fried Bread and homemade Corn Soup, and hearty portions of homestyle foods for more than 50 years.
Set on a verdant island in the St. Lawrence River, the Thompson Island Cultural Camp is an immersive, multifunctional facility offering a unique view of Akwesasne. The eco-cultural camp connects [...]
An Akwesasne native, Carrie Hill weaves black ash and sweetgrass Mohawk baskets. This basketmaking tradition goes back generations in her family using materials found in Akwesasne.
This charming, newly renovated museum and cultural center shares Mohawk culture from the perspective of the Mohawk people of Akwesasne.
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