Moon Author's Review
Chippewa Village is a rustic assortment of seven cottages on the morass side of Norman Manley Boulevard tastefully decorated in a Sioux motif. Owner John Babcook is a leather designer whose great-grandfather Red Shirt was chief of the Dakota Sioux and represented his nation at the 1906 World's Fair. Trails cut a quarter mile into the morass lead to a 16-foot viewing platform that affords a breathtaking 360-degree view of Negril, the morass, and the surrounding hills. In mid-2010 an open-air home theater was built under a canvass teepee in keeping with John's modernistic interpretation of Chippewa style.