Algonquin Park has over 2,000 kilometres of canoe routes in the Park backcountry to tempt canoeists, from beginners to old hands, to explore the variety of Algonquin's landscapes.
How do I get started? - Learn the basics of using Algonquin's backcountry canoe routes network.
Canoe Routes Map - An essential piece of trip planning information showing routes, portage, campsite, access points, etc.
Access Points - Where to begin a backcountry trip.
Whitewater Canoeing - Explore one of Algonquin's premier whitewater canoeing rivers.
Ranger Cabins - Rustic historic ranger cabins located at various sites throughout the Park's backcountry are available for rent from spring to fall for people on canoe trips.
Equipment Sales and Rental - Dozens of outfitting services are located within Algonquin and around its periphery. If you don't have, or aren't sure about, the food and equipment for a canoe or backpacking trip in the backcountry, write or speak to the experts.
Backcountry Fees & Permits - What will it cost to camp in the backcountry?
Special Backcountry Regulations - Algonquin's has special rules regarding backcountry use. Ensure you are aware of them before heading off.
Leave No Trace - Do you make wise decisions to protect Algonquin Park's backcountry?
Backcountry Reservations - In order to remove any uncertainty about being able to camp at the time and place you are counting on, we recommend that a reservation be made in advance of your trip.