Bull moose in Algonquin Park
Canoeing on a river in Algonquin Park, with pickeral weeds
Fishing while on a canoe trip in Algonquin Park
Early morning mist over a lake in Algonquin Park

Algonquin Park has more than 2,000 freshwater lakes, and is over 7,700 square kilometres in size. With more than 1,600 km of canoe routes connecting all the lakes, the best way to explore Algonquin Park in summer is on a multi-day wilderness canoe camping trip.

On one of our Algonquin Park canoe trips you will embrace the ‘real’ wilderness – we take you into the back country of Algonquin Park, away from other tourists. You will be camping in tents under the stars, swimming in clear freshwater lakes, and eating around a campfire. And you’ll be doing it all in comfort! We supply everything needed for a memorable canoe trip – food, equipment, permits, and the canoe guides to make it all work. We can also arrange return transportation from Toronto.

The region of Algonquin Park that we run our canoe trips in is less busy than other areas of the Park. There is an excellent chance to see moose, white tailed deer, black bears, and beavers. We also often hear wolves howling across the lake at night.

We have several canoe trips in Algonquin Park to choose from. Depending on your budget and time constraints you can pick from a 3 day canoe trip, a 4 day canoe trip, or a 5 day canoe trip. All of our Algonquin Park canoe trips are suitable for beginners, as we will teach you everything that you need to know, though the 5 day canoe trip is much more physically demanding and should be considered an intermediate level.

Algonquin Park Canoe Trips


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