Algonquin Park Maps

Algonquin Park Access Points Map

Algonquin Access Points

Are you dreaming about planning an Algonquin Park canoe trip? One of the first steps of route planning is figuring out which of the 29 different Algonquin Park access points to use. Some are easy to get to, others are…

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Algonquin Park Advisory

Algonquin Advisories

The Friends of Algonquin Park regularly update the map embedded above with current advisory notices for park visitors. Click the icon or shading and  to get more information about each notification. These advisories can include road closures, construction updates, campsite…

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Algonquin Art Centre Map

Algonquin Art Centre

Algonquin Park has been a major cornerstone in the history of Canadian landscape and wildlife art. Over the last century, it has attracted artists of all kinds and has inspired some of our Canada’s most famous paintings, such as Tom…

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Algonquin Park East Gate Map

Algonquin East Gate

Visitors entering Algonquin from Park from the east on Hwy 60 can stop at the East Gate for information, permits and a washroom break. The East Gate is also the home the Peace and Reconciliation Totem Pole, carved by Algonquin…

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Algonquin Park Facilities Map

Algonquin Facilities

Algonquin Park’s  Highway 60 Corridor features three facilities that introduce visitors to the human and natural history of the Park. You will find wildlife exhibits, interactive displays, video and art: Algonquin Park Visitor Centre Algonquin Park Logging Museum Algonquin Park…

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Algonquin Park Corridor

Algonquin Highway 60 Corridor

The most developed area in Algonquin Park is the Highway 60 Corridor. Hwy 60 is open year-round and is a well-maintained provincial highway that crosses the southern portion of Algonquin Park. The Corridor section is measured by kilometre markings from west to…

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Algonquin Logging Museum Map

Algonquin Logging Museum

The Algonquin Logging Museum is located near the East Gate and celebrates the colourful and fascinating history of logging in Algonquin Park. Visitors will find a guided trail through the outdoor exhibits and recreated logging camp. The Logging Museum is…

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Best Fall Colours Map

Algonquin Park’s Fall Colours

Call it fall, call it autumn, either way it means beautiful colours emerge across the forests of Canada. The best time for fall colour watching in Algonquin Park is usually from the third week of September through the second week…

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Algonquin Visitor Centre Map

Algonquin Visitor Centre

Opened in 1993 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Algonquin Provincial Park and the entire Ontario provincial park system, the Algonquin Park Visitor Centre has world class exhibits on the Park’s natural and human history, a relaxing restaurant and an…

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Algonquin Park West Gate

Algonquin West Gate

The West Gate marks the western entrance to the Highway 60 corridor of Algonquin Provincial Park (km 0.0). Marked by two large flag poles and a large birch bark sign, this Park office provides information,permits, and bathroom facilities. The West Gate is…

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