Algonquin Group Camping Adventure (3 Day)

Welcome to the land of a thousand lakes, rocky ridges and strawberry sunsets. Join us for 3 days to explore the sheer vastness that is Algonquin Provincial Park, and you’ll experience the natural beauty that people have been talking about worldwide. At Algonquin, campers should be prepared to swim sun-kissed waters, hike to a breath-taking lookout, and canoe/kayak (optional). No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag, pad, or pillow. Budget travelers can enjoy free transportation, 3 square meals, a good old fashioned campfire, and best of all, campers gain access to the great Canadian wilderness, for a trip that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping). Check Algonquin Provincial Park off of your bucket list. Who knows, this may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
* Duration: 3 days
* Starts: Toronto, Canada
* Trip Category: Food, Wine & Nightlife >> Bar, Club & Pub Tours




Welcome to the land of a thousand lakes, rocky ridges and strawberry sunsets. Join us for 3 days to explore the sheer vastness that is Algonquin Provincial Park, and you’ll experience the natural beauty that people have been talking about worldwide. At Algonquin, campers should be prepared to swim sun-kissed waters, hike to a breath-taking lookout, and canoe/kayak (optional). No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag, pad, or pillow. Budget travelers can enjoy free transportation, 3 square meals, a good old fashioned campfire, and best of all, campers gain access to the great Canadian wilderness, for a trip that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping). Check Algonquin Provincial Park off of your bucket list. Who knows, this may be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival Day

Stop At: On The Docks Pub, 90 Main St E, Huntsville, ON P1H 2C7, Canada
Lunch stop at a lakeside restaurant in Huntsville -a quiet cottage town loaded with festivals this summer. If something exciting is happening we’ll be sure to take a peak before heading out. Passengers should bring money to pay for their own lunch.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Algonquin Provincial Park, Haliburton, Ontario K0J 2M0 Canada
Patrons acquaint themselves with the campsite, take a short hike and settle in for dinner and a campfire with S’Mores (weather permitting)
Duration: 10 hours

Meals included:
• Dinner: Home-cooked vegetarian dinner at camp
*Be sure to mention any allergies/conditions, or dietary requirements you may have
Accommodation included: -All guests will be upgraded to their OWN 4-person tent AT NO EXTRA COST (Guests from same home may continue to share)

Day 2: Choose Your Own Adventure

Stop At: Centennial Ridges Trail, Km 58 from East entrance or Km 37 from West entrance, on Route 60 Algonquin Park, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
Fans of trekking can enjoy this 4-5 hour journey into Algonquin’s deep wilderness. The trail is 10km long, and well known for wildlife spottings.

As an alternative, guests may be allowed to rent bicycles (cost excluded) and ride out on one of the park’s wooded bike trails.
Duration: 5 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Enjoy a selection of toast/bagels, cereal, yoghurt, fruit, oatmeal, etc.
• Lunch: Campers enjoy a sandwich spread (veggie deli “meats”, veggies; gluten-free alternatives available upon request)
• Dinner: Home-cooked vegetarian dinner at camp
*Be sure to mention any allergies/conditions, or dietary requirements you may have
Accommodation included: -All guests will be upgraded to their OWN 4-person tent AT NO EXTRA COST (Guests from same home may continue to share)

Day 3: Into The Wild

Stop At: Booth’s Rock Trail, 9 Km south of Km 40.3 of Highway 60, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario K0M 1J1 Canada
Begin the day with one of Algonquin’s most beautiful hikes. Booth’s Rock Trail is a 2 hour 5.1 km loop trail that visits two lakes and an amazing lookout, then returning along an abandoned railway.
*It is recommended that those with mobility issues do a shorter version of this hike
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Lake Opeongo, Opeongo Road, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
Campers will have the opportunity to canoe or kayak on Lake Opeongo -the largest of Algonquin’s 1,500 lakes
Duration: 1 hour

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Enjoy a selection of toast/bagels, cereal, yoghurt, fruit, oatmeal, etc.
• Lunch: Campers enjoy a sandwich spread (veggie deli “meats”, veggies; gluten-free alternatives available upon request)
No accommodation included on this day.