3 Feb With 29 access points and over kms of canoe routes, Algonquin Park offers a lifetime of canoe trips. From white-water rivers to tiny trout. A Free Digital Algonquin Park Map is available at You can order the Algonquin Park Canoe Routes Map (along with guide books and. Algonquin Park is a paradise for canoeists, kayakers, campers and nature lovers. Over km ( miles) of canoe routes follow lakes, streams and portage.

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You can make reservation up to 5 months ahead of your trip. Algonquin Outfitters is well known for having experienced, knowledgeable staff, lightweight canoes and high quality equipment. Log in Join Recently viewed Bookings Inbox.


Planning your gear is critical. Take the standard bear precautions wherever you camp.

Hotels travelers are raving about While my reasons may be nostalgic, it seems I share this preference with Canadians far and wide: This map is printed on paper and is not waterproof. Your journey is going to include portages which are a part of every wlgonquin in the Park. The map shows three portages: Get prepped to paddle. You can spend daysif not weeks, creating awesome memories in Algonquin Park.

Sample Canoe Routes

And yes I’ve gone from Magnetawan to Daisy several times. Provided for no extra charge, this caboe is just one of the things that makes Algonquin Outfitters one of the finest outdoor adventure stores in North America. Below is a sampling of 3 to 5 day canoe trips, complete with a map.


In the winter, the park is open to travel by ski, snowshoe and dog sled. Shipping of all online order may be delayed during the Canada Post strike. Look into paddling workshops at MEC, check out the Ontario Parks backcountry page, and get comfortable with day trips in a canoe before you embark on your first overnight.

Maps – Algonquin Outfitters – Your Outdoor Adventure Store

I am really preferable to island sites if you guys know any good ones that you can recall? While camping in algonquin, my cousin and I will do day trips to other spots without our gear and do some exploring. Backpacking and day hiking trails allow travel on foot.

If the conditions are terrible, you can hire a water taxi and put in at Proulx. We are not fishing and wouldn’t mind seeing some small animals, but nothing crazy is necessary.

As in Tues, Wed, Thurs… or any other algonauin of three days. Our outfitting store at Oxtongue Lake is the most convenient outfitting store for the last two access points.

The back side of the map is full of important and useful park information. I am looking to do a different route than I have done in the past.


algonquin park canoe trip suggestions – Algonquin Provincial Park Forum – TripAdvisor

Your ability to navigate the ponds, lakes and rivers of Algonquin also depends on your current fitness level and the pace you want to take. Ralph Bice can be notoriously windy but has some nice island campsites, I find Daisy more pretty and I’ve seen moose there, as well as east of there along the Petawawa River. You can order these books on-line at www. Algonquun people stay at local lodges, motels or resorts and enjoy short excursions.

We consider Algonquin Adventures to rputes the most comprehensive unofficial Algonquin site.

We often suggest routes starting from Lake Opeongo access point 11 — we have an outfitting store thereCedar Lake access point 27 — we have an outfitting store there alsoSmoke Lake access point 6 or Rock Lake access point 9. Shop Onsite Services Directions. As a result, most of Algonquin Park is only accessible by canoe. If you get to explore farther east down the river, that’s a great place to see moose.