Loaded with classic routes and itineraries, ‘Moose On The Loose’ turns Ontario into your very own playground for camping, hiking, swimming, and paddling fun. Stand tall at the edge of the world, climb through hidden wormholes, and discover sunken shipwrecks aboard a glass bottom boat.

No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag/ pad, or pillow. Lake Fever offers Budget travelers free transportation, camp-cooked meals, and good old fashioned campfires, but *please be advised, on this particular tour guests will be expected to share in cooking/dishes duties at least once.* Sightseers can enjoy access to the Canadian wilderness for a unique opportunity that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping).

Cross the great Canadian road trip off your bucket list. Who knows, it may be your once-in-a-lifetime experience.
* Duration: 4 days
* Starts: Toronto, Canada
* Trip Category: Outdoor Activities >> 4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours




Loaded with classic routes and itineraries, ‘Moose On The Loose’ turns Ontario into your very own playground for camping, hiking, swimming, and paddling fun. Stand tall at the edge of the world, climb through hidden wormholes, and discover sunken shipwrecks aboard a glass bottom boat.

No guest preparation is needed, no equipment, not even a sleeping bag/ pad, or pillow. Lake Fever offers Budget travelers free transportation, camp-cooked meals, and good old fashioned campfires, but *please be advised, on this particular tour guests will be expected to share in cooking/dishes duties at least once.* Sightseers can enjoy access to the Canadian wilderness for a unique opportunity that would otherwise take a lot of planning and money to arrange (not to worry, first-timers will learn the basics of camping).

Cross the great Canadian road trip off your bucket list. Who knows, it may be your once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome To Algonquin!

Stop At: Huntsville, Huntsville, Muskoka District, Ontario
Lunch stop at a lakeside restaurant in cottage country. On a hot day, Huntsville’s marina patios are the place to be. If there’s time, guests can explore the quaint little shops of this beautiful small town or hop in the lake. Huntsville hosts many summer festivals, so if something exciting is happening, we’ll be sure to take a peek before heading out. *Lunch not included*
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Algonquin Provincial Park, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
With 7,653 square kilometres of space, world famous Algonquin Provincial Park is larger than some countries! Perhaps that’s why it’s one of the best places in North America for moose spotting. Upon arriving at camp, the group is introduced to their home with a short tent setup demo, after which there’s plenty of time to enjoy the sun & the crisp, refreshing water. We recommend a game of beach bocce ball with our regulation set. As a special treat, your chef (& guide) will have dinner prepared on your return. We end the night chatting around a group campfire, where we’ll teach first-timers how to make world famous S’mores!
Duration: 10 hours

Meals included:
• Dinner: Either:
1) Asian Vegetable Stir Fry on a Bed of Rice,
2) Veggie Burritos, OR
3) Gourmet Pasta Primavera in Tomato Sauce
Accommodation included: *COVID Update: Guests will be provided their OWN 4-person tent AT NO ADDED CHARGE (members of same household may share)

Day 2: Rise To Great Heights, Then Paddle Your Heart Out

Stop At: Beaver Pond Trail, Km 45.2 of Highway 60, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Canada
Begin the day with a big continental breakfast, morning coffee, and one of Algonquin’s most stunningly beautiful hikes. Beaver Pond Trail is a 45 minute 2.0 km loop trail that visits a huge real life beaver pond, and a spectacular lookout. The radiant greens and yellows in this serene woodland habitat are very unexpected!
Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: The Portage Store, 10009, Algonquin Park, ON P1H 2H4, Canada
Guests will have the opportunity to paddle the glistening waters of Canoe Lake, captured in the famous paintings of Tom Thomson. There’s nothing more peaceful than being out on the water in a canoe. Out there, you can only hear the birds calling, and the splash of your paddle hitting the water.
Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Six Mile Lake Provincial Park, 2024 Joe King’s Rd, Port Severn, Severn Township, Ontario L0K 1S0 Canada
The group arrives in time to throw together a delicious dinner, followed by another romp around the campfire. Be prepared for a late 8pm meal and a beautiful sunset.
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: Guests prepare:
1) Asian Vegetable Stir Fry on Brown Rice,
2) Veggie Burritos, OR
3) Pasta Primavera
*Expect an 8pm meal
Accommodation included: *COVID Update: Guests will be provided their OWN 4-person tent AT NO ADDED CHARGE (members of same household may share)

Day 3: Six Mile Lake To The Bruce Peninsula

Stop At: Owen Sound, Owen Sound, Grey County, Ontario
Known as the Scenic City, it was historically a sailor’s town of vices & hedonism. Now it’s just a quaint, tree-lined seaport town where the group stops for today’s restaurant lunch.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Bruce Peninsula National Park, 120 Chi sin tib dek Rd, Tobermory, Ontario N0H 2R0 Canada
Set up camp in 156 sq. km of pure wilderness. Located on the Niagara escarpment, The Bruce Peninsula is perfect for wildlife spotting and peace of mind.
Duration: 5 hours

Stop At: The Grotto, Tobermory, Ontario Canada
This afternoon’s hike brings us to The Bruce Trail Grotto. Thousands of years of erosion carved a cave of stone there, where light emanates from an underwater tunnel. This trail will make you smile, guaranteed.
Duration: 3 hours

Meals included:
• Breakfast: Enjoy a selection of toast/bagels, cereal, yoghurt, fruit, oatmeal, etc.
• Dinner: Guests prepare:
1) Asian Vegetable Stir Fry on Brown Rice,
2) Veggie Burritos, OR
3) Pasta Primavera
*Expect an 8pm meal
Accommodation included: *COVID Update: Guests will be provided their OWN 4-person tent AT NO ADDED CHARGE (members of same household may share)

Day 4: Shipwrecks & Waterfalls

Stop At: Tobermory, Tobermory, Bruce County, Ontario
Cute shops, restaurants & pubs line the high street of this “fresh water scuba capital of the world,” where a glass-bottom boat will take us to see some of the 22 shipwrecks that lie shallow beneath the clear waters of Fathom Five National Marine Park.
Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Flowerpot Island, Tobermory, Ontario N0H 2R0 Canada
Our cruise drops us off on an island on the Georgian Bay where flowerpot-shaped stone towers line the shore. We’ll spend the day here, have a picnic, and hike to a historic lighthouse on the coast. Fun for the whole family!
Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Bruce Trail, off Highway 6/10 Inglis Falls Conservation Area, Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 5N6 Canada
Ranked #1 thing to do in Owen Sound, our final stop before home is an Insta-worthy 18m high cascading waterfall. You won’t believe there’s places this beautiful in Ontario.
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.