Widely recognized as the oldest land preserve in Canada, Algonquin Provincial Park is home to numerous lakes, thousands of kilometers of winding streams and rivers, 1,200 campsites and dozens of opportunities to explore the outdoors.
Travelers can stop by the popular Algonquin Visitor Center, which showcases the park’s extensive history and offers travelers a perfect starting point for any adventure. Visitors can map out their adventures on the massive relief map and pick up expert tips and travel guides to help navigate this scenic spot.
Whether it’s canoeing to one of the Algonquin’s interior camping sites, mountain biking its network of extensive trails, horseback riding through thick forests or fishing in one of the pristine bodies of water, there’s something for every outdoorsman, regardless of the season.
Algonquin Provincial Park is located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario. Cars can access the park using Highway 60 to the south and the Trans-Canada Highway to the north.