EXPLORING ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK – CIVILIZED AT FIRST & WILD AT THE END!
This is a great family canoe trip. A perfect way to spend some quality time with your kids in a wonderfully natural setting. You get three days at the unique Algonquin Eco-Lodge combined with a guided four day wilderness canoe trip in Algonquin Park.
Call Of The Wild’s Algonquin Eco-Lodge, located on a private lake (Moffat Pond) and a cascading waterfall, is on the southern border of Algonquin Park. It is a wilderness enthusiasts’ dream with plenty to do and see. The Eco-Lodge is a great place for hiking, fishing, nature walks, wildflower exploration, birding, swimming, and canoeing.
For kids, the Eco-Lodge is a dream come true. Guaranteed fishing (they’re small, but still fun to catch), lots of frogs, salamanders, butterflies, trails to explore, canoes, and water toys. We also do wolf howls around the bonfire, and can teach them how to howl for wolves.
The Algonquin Explorer trip is an ideal way to ease yourself into the wilderness. You will stay at the Algonquin Eco-Lodge. where you are in a wild, natural setting, but still have the comforts of civilization. Things like hot showers, indoor plumbing, and even an outdoor hot tub! And all of these comforts are thanks to our micro-hydro generator that creates all of our electricity from our waterfall. While at the Lodge you can learn your basic canoe strokes, how to start a campfire, and how to howl for wolves!
You stay at the Algonquin Eco-Lodge for three days and nights before you start your Algonquin Park canoe trip of another four days. You will have to drive 1.5 hours to our put-in point, but you have plenty of time and it is a nice way to see more of the Algonquin countryside.