Algonquin Park Adventures for May and June
It’s warming up and we can’t wait to see you back here at Algonquin Park’s North West corner. For those of you itching to get outside to fish or for a Spring adventure, have a look below at some of our May and June Algonquin Park adventures.
Algonquin weekend Cabin and Canoe
3 night lakeside cottage with canoe
Any 3 nights in April, May and June
3-night stay at a 2-bedroom cottage or chalet suite at the Algonquin Cottage Outpost located at Algonquin Park Access Pt # 1. Great for April through to June, these two-bedroom cottage and chalet suites offer comfortable lakeside cottages to canoe, hike, and fish. The floating sauna will be out as soon as the ice goes out on Kawawaymog Lake. A great early May experience for the brave is to have a sauna followed by a plunge into the icy water!
Algonquin Trout Fishing Opening weekend
Ready to canoe trip to the interior to wet a line for some of Algonquin’s prized lake trout? Opening day for Algonquin Park backcountry permits is coming up in early May. Our Voyaguer Quest Outfitter, located at Algonquin Park Access Pt#1 has all your canoe trip needs including canoe rentals, pfds, paddles, tents, stoves, and more. Come the night before your trip and stay at our Canoe Otupost – Lakeside Bunkhouse .
May Long weekend adventure at the Algonquin Log Cabin
Kick off the summer season and first long weekend with a fun and active Algonquin Log Cabin adventure. Featuring tasty meals, highlander beer, and bbq and three fun-filled days of canoeing, hiking, sauna, and – this promises to be one FUN long weekend! This Algonquin Log cabin adventure is limited to just 14 active types so book soon. If you book before May 1, you receive a 10% discount.
Bring 3 people and save another $10%!
Algonquin Moose Photo Safari
Looking for that world-class picture of a Moose? Here is your chance. Join professional photographer Rob Stimpson for our annual Algonquin Mosse Safari where we canoe into Algonquin’s interior for first-class wildlife photography. Featuring “safari service” with extra guides to carry equipment, cold chardonnay and craft beer at meals – this is a great adventure for amateur photographers and wildlife fans.