The Red Cliff Reservation was created through a series of treaties between the U.S. Government and the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, the most recent being the treaty of 1854. The reservation is approximately one mile wide and boasts 22 miles of Lake Superior shoreline with 7,636 Red Cliff Tribal Members. The reservation is located on the tip of the Bayfield Peninsula, nestled on the shores of Lake Superior, and overlooking the Apostle Islands in northern Wisconsin. It is home to tribal offices and businesses, including the Legendary Waters Resort & Casino, which opened its doors in August 2011. The resort offers a heritage wall showcasing the rich history of the Red Cliff Tribe.