The Kettle and Stony Point First Nation is located along the shores of Lake Huron, about 35 kilometers (22 miles) north of the City of Sarnia. There are about 1,000 members who live on the reserve, and about 900 who live off-reserve.
Kettle Point gets its name from a rare formation of Devonian Shale in which spherical rocks (kettles) erode out of the shoreline shale. Mythology identifies these as Thunderbird eggs. Also a local layer of rock used for stone tools resulted in settlements in the area for over 10,000 years.
The Indian Hills Golf Course provides a challenging round of 18 holes for the avid golfer. The lakefront location provides opportunities for swimming, boating, fishing and other watersports.
The community is represented on-air by Point’s Eagle Radio which can be heard at 107.7 on the FM dial.