You can spend days, if not weeks, creating awesome memories in Algonquin Park. There are over kms of canoe routes and hundreds of lakes and. 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. With years of experience Voyageur Quest knows of the best canoe route locations to paddle and camp within Algonquin Park.

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Date December 12, On the third day you return to your starting point by the same route you went out on. Also in town are two outfitters where you can rent canoes and whatever other supplies you might need.

Planning your gear is critical. The portage on my map looks a bit wierd?

Lake Superior is known for being large, wild and cold. How hard do you want to go?

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Get Back Into Jogging: This route is not for the novice, nor the faint-of-heart. Can either of you tell me alglnquin drive to access 3 in time, maybe from hunstville or barrie or toronto so I can figure out the drive? I believe I stayed on Little Trout Lake. Algonquin Park – Things to do 7 replies bugs in mid-July 5 replies Achray campground and Barron Canyon area 10 replies black flys and bugs in the north 10 replies Canada – Toronto to Algonquin Park 19 replies The Couples Resort 12 replies Moose Sightings 14 replies 4 day Portage Trip 3 replies What about low water levels and fire restrictions?


Sample Canoe Routes

It takes about 4 days. From the Tim River put-in, it’s just a short, portage-free paddle east down the stream to Tim Lake, where you could camp. The main things to remember when preparing for a multi-day canoeing trip is to bring quality waterproof gear and to pack light. Yes, I believe Magnetawan Lake is the one with the long dock and nice outhouse! The north and south branches will meet during your trip, and then the river begins to drop in elevation, and steeply, with rapids and falls and rugged portages.

The farther you go in the better to avoid people.

Off the beaten path locations, tips and tricks, interviews with intrepid explorers and more. We want to make it easy. We even saw a moose close by on Pen Lake.

25 Incredible Ontario Canoe Routes You Need to Paddle

Bath Lake Put out: 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. The longest portage is metres.

For planning and navigation purposes you’ll need to get a hold of either the official canoe routes map or the “unofficial” free online general-purpose map joyojac linked to. Shooting these rapids, though exciting, can get pretty intense, so be sure to play it safe and scout the area first. Seriously though, you both gave me great information and I really appreciate it! Three canoe algonqiin, all canod on Canoe Lake Access point 5 and heading into the area north of the Portage Store.


A great deal of historical information and natural history is also presented. Have you ever gone in via the Kearney access points?

Your guide to canoe trips in Algonquin Park | MEC Blog

Date December 14, Cultivating a sense of inclusion on the water Magical midnight moments on an expedition. You can put in at Paul Lake, via floatplane, or further north along river where the Portelance timber access road crosses.

I only did the Tim River once and it was awful, low water levels that year meant climbing in and out of the canoe with bugs eating you. There are good camping locations along the river. I’ve only done that area of the park once and I do remember some great sites.