Outdoor Adventures in the Wilderness North of Toronto

Everything you need to enjoy an unforgettable outdoor adventure in the wilderness north of Toronto is waiting for you here.

All throughout the region, exceptional outfitters can provide quality gear to take you off the beaten path no matter which season.  From canoes, kayaks, bikes, tents, and paddles in the warmer months, to snowshoes, skis and camp fire equipment in winter. Whether you want to purchase or rent, expert advice is available to help you make the best selections for all skill sets.

Some outfitters also offer guided tours and special events, including dog sled expeditions, paddling getaways, water sport demos, as well as group sessions for everything from cycling time trials to ice climbing clinics. And the helpful staff at all of these spots can provide information on what’s open, local trails or group events.

Looking for cycling info – to tour, train or trek? Visit BikeCottageCountry.ca

Want more info on fishing in these parts? Visit Fish The Edge.

Head to the wilderness north of Toronto and let our local outfitters help you create an unforgettable – and totally Canadian – outdoor adventure. Below is  just a partial list of the folks who can assist you:


Algonquin Adventure Tours
Algonquin Outfitters
Algonquin Basecamp Adventure Outfitters & Supply 
Canoe Algonquin
Northern Wilderness Outfitters
Opeongo Outfitters
The Portage Store
Swift Outdoor Centre South River
Voyageur Outfitting


Algonquin Bound Outfitters 
Algonquin Outfitters
The Bike Shops
Ecclestone Cycle
Muskoka Paddle Shack
Muskoka Pro Bicycling Shop
Muskoka Sports & Recreation
The Muskoka Store 
Swift Outdoor Centre


The Detour Store Nobel
Grundy Lake Supply Post Britt
Ontario Sea Kayak Centre
Parry Sound Bikes
White Squall Paddling Centre Nobel

To find accommodations in the wilderness north of Toronto, click here.

To find campgrounds in the region, click here.

To plan your stay in Ontario’s cottage country, click here.




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