AlgonquinPark.com is your guide to information about trails, accommodations, dining, camping, outfitters & retail stores, Tours & Guiding and more in and around Algonquin Park. Algonquin Provincial Park is located just 3 hours drive from Toronto or Ottawa in the heart of Ontario's north. Mother natures giant wonderland, Algonquin was the first national park to be established in Canada and has welcomed visitors from all over the world for more than 120 years. Algonquin Park is more than 7000 square kilometers in size and offers some of the most breath taking, tranquil and exciting experiences that Canada has to offer.
There are many access points into Algonquin Park. The premiere access points are hte East and West gates along highway 60 corridor. Here you can take in nature at its best. Frequent wildlife sightings are made accessible to everyone, right from the road. Come see Moose, Deer, Beavers, Foxes, Bears, turtles and a wide variety of birds and other animals. For a more intimate experience with nature, take in one of the 14 hiking trails along the highway 60 corridor. Try a night at one of the many campgrounds that Algonquin Park has to offer or go interior camping for an experience like no other.
algonquinpark.com has virtual trail walkthroughs of the trails on the highway 60 corridor. Click here to see the trails of the park!
Whether your looking to relax by a fire with a cold one, learn about nature and the Eco system that all life is part of or experience nature at its best. Algonquin Provincial park is sure to give you an experience that you will remember for a LIFETIME.
In order to help you plan your trip to Algonquin, AlgonquinPark.com features trail walk throughs of all of algonquin parks hiking trails. Click here to learn more about each trail and see photos so you know what to expect!
Located at the East Gate Of Algonquin Park is the town Of Whitney. Whitney is the place to start every trip to Algonquin. There are plenty of accommodations for those who like a little more comfort such as the Algonquin Dream Catcher Motel which is a newly built motel right on the edge of the park. Whitney is also home to 2 gas stations, 3 restouronts, an outfitters with a chip wagon, grocery store, gift shop, pharmacy, post office and great little beach. Be sure to check out the two museums that the park has to offer or spend the evening on the lake for a scenic sunset canoe trip. Click here to download a PDF printable map of Whitney!
Located about 25 minutes west of Algonquin Park's West Gate. The village of Dwight is small and quaint. Its main features are a general store and trading post.
The village of Madawaska is located in South Algonquin aproximately 15 minutes drive from Algonquin Parks East Gate. Located on Bark Lake, it offers a small variety of stores including an outfitters, gas stations, general store with a LCBO inside, a public park on the river and a boat launch. Click here to download a PDF printable map of Madawaska!
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Take ON-400 N towards Barrie, Follow ON-400 N through Orillia, Merge left ON-11 to ON-60 E in Huntsville. Take the ON-60 exit from ON-11 N, Merge onto ON-60 E
Take Trans-Canada Hwy/ON-417 W, Continue onto Trans-Canada Hwy/Hwy 17 , Turn left onto Bruce St/County Rd 20 (signs for County road 20/Renfrew) ,Turn right onto ON-60 W, Turn left to stay on ON-60 W, (signs for Eganville), Stay on Highway 60 all the way to Whitney