Snowshoes

Rental Rates

RATE 1: Price per calendar day at Huntsville or Oxtongue Lake
RATE 2: is not used here

Huntsville has limited availability please call ahead to avoid disappointment (1-705-787-0262).

Looking to buy some snowshoes?  We sell snowshoes at most of our stores in the winter.

Full-day Snowshoe Rental
RATE 1 RATE 2 PHOTOS
Expedition snowshoes

Atlas 12 series

$30.00
Adult snowshoes

Atlas 7 series, Tubbs Discovery

$20.00
Children’s snowshoes $10.00
Snowshoeing poles $5.00
Half-day Snowshoe Rental (any 3 hour period)
RATE 1 RATE 2 PHOTOS
Adult snowshoes

Atlas 7 series, Tubbs Discovery

$15.00
Children’s Snowshoes $8.00

Discounts:

  • Rentals totaling 3 to 4 days receive a 15% discount off the regular price (unless a multi-day rental rate is already noted)
  • Rentals totaling 5+ days receive a 25% discount off the regular price (unless a multi-day rental rate is already noted)
  • Scouts, schools, camps and church youth groups can take advantage of our special “non-profit youth group rates”. Please inquire.

Yes, we are open all winter! If you are heading into Algonquin Park for a winter adventure, our Oxtongue Lake store carries a large rental inventory of snowshoes, cross-country skis and camping equipment.

Reservations for one-day rentals are not required. Equipment is available on a first-come/first-served basis. Large groups, people requiring equipment for multi-day interior trips, and those interested in renting the SPOT messenger should call ahead to confirm availability: 1-800-469-4948. (705-635-2243)

Rental inventory is more limited in Huntsville 705-787-0262 (snowshoes only). Please call to confirm availability.

Please note that we do not do complete outfitting, nor do we supply food or cooking equipment (except stoves), during the winter season. For short camping trips in moderate weather, you’ll probably find that you can make do with your existing camping equipment, although you will find that certain items (especially stoves) behave differently in the cold. We do rent winter sleeping bags, which is the number one item most people don’t have. The choice between traveling on skis and snowshoes is largely based on your experience, snow conditions and the terrain. Snowshoes are simpler, more versatile and much easier to use with a pack.

You’ll find more winter gear listed at the bottom of our Camping/Hiking rentals page