Algonquin Private Family Camp

Algonquin Private Family Adventure Camp

$1200 /person $1180/child (6-11)
6 Days 5 Nights Accommodation Tasty meals and guided canoe and hiking excursions

Algonquin Private Family Adventure Camp

A private Algonquin family adventure  to howl for wolves, hike forest trails and  canoe through the mist. Finish the day with  a great meal , relaxing on the dock, in the sauna or in front of the fireplace. 

Active Family Adventure

Learn canoe trip skills before paddling into Algonquin Park for three days in the back country. Search for moose, swim, fish, relax at beautiful campsites. Finish the adventure camp with two nights of fun at the Algonquin Log Cabin. Hike to lookouts, sauna, jump off red rock and learn "survival skills".

Unplug, relax and unwind

Relax on the dock, in the sauna or with a drink in front of the massive fireplace. Feast on Chef Nik's wonderful meals served up at the Log cabin big harvest table. Wake to the sound of a fire crackling and the aroma of fresh coffee.

What's Included

Authentic Adventure and Family Fun

Learn to canoe , camp and no trace travel skills. Photograph wildlife and explore the islands of Surprise Lake. Discover the edible wilds and hike the forest trails. Swim, jump off cliffs, fish, campfires and so much more !

Experience and Age

It is recommended that everyone can be active at a walking pace for up to 3 hours at a time. This family camp is best for families with children 6 and up.

Delightful meals inside and fireside

Whether cooked over a fire at a lakeside campfire or served at the massive dining table in the Log Cabin, you will love the food!

BYOB is all you need to think about

Our Algonquin adventures are all inclusive of tasty meals by Chef Nik and guided excursions by seasoned guides. It is BYOB. You bring all your personal items such as clothing, toiletries and an appetite for fun and adventure.

Dates and Rates

Dates and Rates



July & August 




Private Cottage Eco Adventure
  • 2 Nights Private Cottage Accommodation
  • All Meals, Permits and Equipment
  • Guided Canoeing and Hiking Excursions
  • Services of Private Wilderness Guide
  • *Based on 4 people
Algonquin Family Camp
  • $1200+HST/person based on a private trip of 8
  • 5 Nights Accommodation( 2 nights camping, 3 nights cabin)
  • All Meals and Equipment
  • Guided Canoeing and Hiking Excursions
  • Services of a Wilderness Guide
5 Day Family Algonquin Adventure
Regular Season
$995+HST/child (6-11)
  • $1105+HST/person
  • 2 Nights Camping Accommodation
  • 2 Nights Log Cabin Accommodation
  • Services of a professional guide
  • All food, permits and equipment
  • *$995/child (6-11
Algonquin Family Camp
  • $1200+HST/person based on a private trip of 8
  • 5 Nights Accommodation( 2 nights camping, 3 nights cabin)
  • All Meals and Equipment
  • Guided Canoeing and Hiking Excursions
  • Services of a Wilderness Guide


Day 1
We rendez-vous at 12:30pm at Voyageur Quest Outfitting the northwest corner of Algonquin Park. After lunch, learn and practice canoe trip and camping skills. Spend the rest of the afternoon swimming and relaxing in the floating sauna. Finish the day with a BBQ dinner and stay in lakeside cabin accommodation.
Day 2
Rise early for a sunrise start for a 3-day canoe trip in Algonquin Park’s backcountry. Along the way learn how to paddle and portage and have loads of time to swim in the clean, fresh water. Set up camp on a scenic point covered in Red Pine and enjoy the first meal cooked over the campfire. Accommodation: camping in Algonquin Park.
Day 3
After a tasty breakfast, break camp and paddle east through a series of classic Algonquin Park lakes. A floating lunch gives us the energy to paddle up a bog looking to see beavers, Great Blue Herons and moose. The final stop is a beautiful lake where we have the afternoon to hike, swim, fish, or take a siesta. Enjoy fresh baked bannock cooked over the fire and listen to legends of traveling through the Canadian Wilderness. Accommodation: camping in Algonquin Park.
Day 4
The smell of fresh coffee and bacon frying gets us out of our sleeping bags and up for breakfast. After packing up, head out on a hike through a mixed maple forest or swim in a waterfall. Paddle back to the take-out, stopping along the way for a large smorgasbord lunch. In the late afternoon transfer to the Algonquin Log Cabin. Take a shower, sauna, and enjoy wine and cheese followed by a delicious dinner.
Day 5
After breakfast, explore Surprise Lake in a Voyageur 10-person canoe. Jump off Red Rock and enjoy a picnic lunch at campfire point. Option to orienteer to Music lake or island hop back to the log cabin. Relax, swim, sauna. Take part in our weekly Eco Challenge a fun and whacky competition. Dinner followed by voices of Algonquin night paddle Accommodation: the Algonquin Log Cabin (double occupancy).
Day 6
Interpretive hike to the Lookout Bluff overlooking Algonquin beaver pond. Return for BBQ lunch back at the Log Cabin before an afternoon departure.


"What an amazing place!! You will not be disappointed if you are looking for a weekend of hiking, plenty of canoeing and the most wonderful food!"
Rebecca T
United Kingdom
"One of the most amazing trips I have been on in the Canadian wilderness. We had great guides who were very knowledgeable about Canadian wildlife. The Log Cabin we stayed in was very beautiful, clean and felt like home. The food there was exceptional."

FAQs for Algonquin Log Cabin

It means that our cabin is not hooked up to grid electricity. We operate without the need for electricity aside from filling our water cisterns from our well, for which we use a generator.

There are two indoor bathrooms for the guests to use in the Log Cabin with flushing toilets. All of the water in the building comes from our well and is filtered for drinking before reaching the faucet.

The shower is located in the shower/sauna house has been fitted with an electric pump on solar power to increase the water pressure. 

Depending on your provider, you might receive one or two bars of service on your phone. There is no electricity and no Wifi. It is a 20 minute drive to the town of Trout Creek, where there is service.

Voyageur Quest’s guides are skilled outdoor professionals who ensure your canoe or cabin trip is an adventure of a lifetime. On top of being well versed in the natural and cultural history of Algonquin Park, our guides are warm, personable, and service-oriented. Most are graduates of post-secondary programs related to outdoor adventure and all possess industry certification in wilderness first aid, life-guarding, and canoe instruction.

You only need to bring your personal items: clothing, toiletries, and cameras. A complete list of what to bring will be emailed to your after booking.

You do not require any prior experience. We host a range of guests from first-timers to grizzled outdoors people every week. Our pace is relaxed and the objective is to have fun, slow down, and leave plenty of time to explore the beauty of the Algonquin area.

You should be able to be active for up to four hours (walking pace) at a time. While travelling in the backcountry, we make frequent stops for snacks, hydration, toilet, and to admire the gorgeous views!

We provide fresh and mostly whole-foods meals that are prepared with care and skill. Whether you are in the backcountry or in our Algonquin Log Cabin, you will be served appetizers, main courses, and desserts. Our guests are consistently impressed with our elevated cuisine. Please explain in detail any special dietary needs or allergies you might have during your booking. Kid-friendly foods are added to Family Trips.

We are happy to accommodate dietary requirement. For speciality diets such as vegan, dairy free or gluten free for an additional cost. Please be sure to describe your requirement in detail when making your booking. For severe allergies, it is recommended that you bring two EpiPens with you. 

Absolutely!   (and enjoy responsibly!) Bring whatever you wish. Best advise is to bring a bag of ice with you as well. Remember: we are off grid – that means no fridge! We can provide you with a cooler to use for your stay.

Nearest locations to buy alcohol: 

-Voyageur Quest’s Broken Patio. Located at Algonquin Park Access Point #1

-Magnetewan Distillery. Locally made craft spirits. Located in Sundridge

-Highlander Brewery. Locally made craft beers. Located in South River. Products sold in most local LCBOs and BeerStores

-LCBO and BeerStore. South River

-General Store. Trout Creek. Small selection

Are you ready? Book your adventure today!

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March 26-27
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