Algonquin Park Accommodations: No Need To Rough It In The Wilderness North Of Toronto
Algonquin Park – Canada’s oldest provincial park – is one of the most popular camping destinations in the world, but did you know you don’t have to be fond of tents and back packs to enjoy a visit to this iconic destination? Plenty of resorts are located within the park itself or just on the periphery, allowing you to experience the breath-taking beauty of this very special place without having to sacrifice some of the comforts you prefer.
Generations of travellers have come again and again to this neck of the Ontario woods to enjoy a retreat into the great Canadian wilderness that leaves them relaxed, rejuvenated and waiting for the time when they can return.
There’s also no need to carry tasteless dry-packed foods like a back country camper either. Plenty of fine dining can be found in or near the park, including the innovative kitchens at Bartlett Lodge, Killarney Lodge and Arowhon Pines, the personal chef preparing locally-sourced meals (including fresh fish!) at the Algonquin Log Cabin at Voyageur Quest, or the locally-sourced and award-winning menus at Northern Edge Algonquin.
Here is just a partial list of accommodations to be found in and around Algonquin Park:
In the Park
Near the Park
Algonquin Dream Catcher Motel Whitney
Algonquin East Gate Motel & Outfitters Whitney
Algonquin Lakeside Inn Dwight
Bellwood Inn Bed & Breakfast Whitney
Blue Spruce Resort Dwight
Cloverleaf Cottages Resort Dwight
Couples Resort Whitney
Forest Lodge Bed & Breakfast Whitney
Hay Lake Lodge & Cottages Whitney
Hemlock Point Kearney
The Mad Musher Restaurant and Riverside Rooms Whitney
Northern Edge Algonquin South River
Red Deer Log Cabins Madawaska
Spring Lake Resort Motel & Restaurant Dwight
Wolf Den Hostel & Nature Retreat Oxtongue Lake
Also near the park, check out the Resorts of North Muskoka.
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Featured photo shows the dock at Arowhon Pines.
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