Maps are an absolute must have for park interior paddling. Click on the link above to purchase the official map. It is loaded with information and all the maps you will need. Read all the information printed on the map.
Also, you can also download the most detailed and updated map created by an Algonquin Park user, Jeff McMurtrie, by going to Jeffry's website. If you want a book of Jeff's map in permanent printed form you can order them from Jeff's site or from Algonquin Outfitters.com.
Get the current weather and forecasts.
The official Algonquin Park site with links to local services in the area.
Kermit can only dream of having a site like this. Excellent wilderness forum.
Ottertooth.com Excellent news and information on Canadian canoeing. Very active forum.
A premier website dedicated to canoeing adventures in Algonquin Provincial Park. Has good forum on Algonquin paddling.
Other great sites to add to your wilderness experience.
It is my pleasure to recommend to you Omni Hotels for your traveling pleasure when you can't find a place to camp near the water.
Algonquin Outfitters offers park information, complete outfitting, gear sales, canoe rental, and guided trips for Algonquin Park.
Bears I have witnessed much emotional turmoil about encountering bears in the wilderness. Get the facts here.
This is an excellent resource on Canadian Canoeing with additional side trips along the Spanish River.
This site is dedicated to forest appreciation and preservation but has maps and wilderness trip reports. It is worth checking this site for trips in Algoma Highlands, Temagami, and the lower Spanish River in Ontario, Canada.
Woody’s Tripping in a Stripper. Plans for building wooden strip canoes, trip resources, pictures and similar links.
This site promotes camping in Canadian British Columbia. It is an excellent resource for camp grounds as well as modern accommodations.
Mark Rubino's personal trip-log site, dedicated to canoeing in Algonquin Park, complete with links to all things Algonquin.
The ultimate wilderness experience in the Northwestern frontier of Ontario. Explore places known only to a privileged few. (See Kermit's Red Lake trip report).
African Safari I just felt compelled to link to this commercial travel site for those like me that would love to take one of these Safaries.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Gear, Outfitters and General Information
Other Canoe Camping Sites
Wilderness canoe camping in Quetico Park and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
This team is the first to retrace the route of Leonides Hubbard across Labrador in 2003. A detailed trip description and pictures following the Hubbard route.
Don't miss the links to internet sites and downloadable stories on Kermit's READINGS page.
About canoe tripping and sharing experiences and knowledge picked up along the way. Food planning, useful knots, trip reports.
Out There Canada's Largest outdoor resource. Links to Parks, Outfitters, Gear, and outdoor activities. Appalachian Trail Kermit is a fan of the AT and provides this convenient link for all the information about this 2,178 mile long path between Maine and Georgia.
Camping World This US supplier of RV sales, rentals, parts, supplies and accessories has a very comprehensive listing of products under Camping & Tailgating. You will be amazed at what you may not have considered but will find very useful in your outdoor activities. Aurora Forecast Center The is the forecast and activity chart for aurora borealis using data supplied by the NOAA/NWS orbiting satellite.
Cross-country ski trip through Algonquin Park posted by Bob Hilscher, January 2013. Great pictures and videos of the snow and wildlife.
Located near Arcadia, Florida, this outfitter provides transportation, campgrounds, canoes and kayaks for a tranquil paddle on the beautiful Peace River.
Lehigh River The ultimate white water river for open canoes and the ultimate river guide website. This is Kermit's favorite whitewater river that has regularly scheduled releases. See site for details. Canoe Stories Excellent site of canoe trips and pictures including the Woodland Caribou Wilderness.
This site promotes paddling 740 miles of lakes and rivers from New York to Maine. The site has maps and resources for this historic non-wilderness route in Northeastern United States.
Canoe Artic Northwest Territories canoe trips & canoeing expeditions in Arctic Canada along the Thelon River & other tundra or barrenland rivers. See Muskoxen, moose, wolves, black bears, loons, bald eagles, boreal and tundra birds. Excellent fishing for large lake trout and northern pike