Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek (formally known as Sand Point First Nation) is an Ojibwa First Nation with a registered population of approximately 250 people. Formed in 1991, the First Nation occupies the lands formerly known as the Lake Nipigon Provincial Park in Northwestern Ontario.
The total land base is approximately 984 hectares and is geographically located west of Highway 11 on the shore of Lake Nipigon - Ontario's largest inland lake. The closest Township is Beardmore in the Municipality of Greenstone.
The First Nation, which was established as Sand Point First Nation Reserve on April 22, 2010 by the government of Canada, abuts the North end of Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek reserve. It is 63 kilometres north of the Trans-Canada Highway at Nipigon.
Developments to-date include three (3) phases of housing lots, with hydro service to 20 lots; an industrial park with a one (1) large building and hydro service; a training building with hydro service; and a maintenance garage with hydro service.