Bigger than the State of Delaware, Algonquin is Ontario's popular park and a world-class destination offering adventurers and comfort seekers alike their ultimate outdoor experience.
250km from toronto
Our destinations in Algonquin park
Located 5km west of the park entrance Algonquin Outftters Oxtongue Store is great spot to start your paddling adventure or a hiking trail - even if you are coming for a day.
10:45 AMestimated arrival
Wolf Den Bunkhouse
The official entrance to Algonquin Park! This stop is for anyone who is planning to hike the Western Uplands Backpacking Trail. You'll have to get off here to pick up permits and then hike 2.5km to the trailhead along Hwy 60.
11:05 AMestimated arrival
Canoe Lake / Portage Store
Canoe Lake is one of the most popular canoe access points in the park. The Portage Store will help you with all your outfitting needs, while permits are also issued right there, so you'll be on your way to explore the vast network of lakes in no time.
11:20 AMestimated arrival
Lake of Two Rivers Store
Conveniently nestled right between Lake of Two Rivers and Mew Lake campgrounds, we stop in between the two, at the Store & Cafe parking lot. There is a short trail that connects to both campgrounds from there, and a nearby beach and to Highland Backpacking Trail.
11:40 AMestimated arrival
Pog Lake / Whitefish Campground
Lake Opeongo / Algonquin Outfitters
Lake Opeongo is the biggest (and windiest) lake in Algonquin Park and Algonquin Outfitters offers rentals on location. You can pick up your camping permits right at the bus drop-off (but make reservations in advance!).
12:05 PMestimated arrival
Pickup locations in toronto
5 Old York Mills Rd
The pick up is at the York Mills TTC subway drop-off/pick-up area at 5 Old York Mills Rd - just to the SOUTH of Shells gas station on the SE Corner of Yonge and York Mills.
6:45 PMestimated return
30 Carlton Street
The pick up location is in front of Holiday Inn/Starbucks, on the north side of Carlton Street. TTC College Subway station is located less than 100m away.
7:00 PMestimated return
1126 Bloor St West
The pick up location is on the north side of Bloor to the East of Dufferin (1126 Bloor St West) - TTC subway station Dufferin.
7:15 PMestimated return
Hwy 400 & Major Mac
The pick up point is located at the MTO carpool parking lot. The bus will pull in right besides the bus stop located at the parking lot.
6:20 PMestimated return
ALL-INCLUSIVE GUIDED TRIPS
Introduction to Algonquin
The perfect introduction to camping in Algonquin Park! A guided trip filled with lots of different activities designed specifically for beginners without too much outdoor experience looking to try it out.
Algonquin Canoe Adventure
A step up from the intro camping trip, this is where the Algonquin backcountry adventure begins. This is a canoe trip for those with a little more experience or looking for a bigger adventure.
Bus + CANOE + EQUIPMENT (NO GUIDE)
Lightweight Complete Outfitting Package (Without Food)
Most economical outfitting package for trips starting from Canoe Lake featuring 2 or 3 seat kevlar canoe and camping equipment from Portage Store. Meals are not included in this package.
3-Day Lightweight Complete Outfitting Package w/ 16'-17' Superlight Kevlar Canoe (without food)
A perfect outfitting package for the Algonquin canoe tripper starting at Lake Opeongo! This includes transportation, all the equipment, and a Superlight Lightweight Canoe.
Bus + CANOE + Equipment + Food (NO GUIDE)
Lightweight Complete Outfitting Package (With Food)
Most economical outfitting package for trips starting from Canoe Lake featuring 2 or 3 seat kevlar canoe and camping equipment from Portage Store. Meals are pre-packaged and included for the duration of your trip!
3-Day Lightweight Complete Outfitting Package w/ 16'-17' Superlight Kevlar Canoe (with food)
A perfect outfitting package for the Algonquin canoe tripper starting at Lake Opeongo! This includes transportation, all the equipment, and some delicious food options.