Tag Archives: Algonquin Park

2018 Algonquin Landmarks Photo / Art Contest Winners

By , published on November 22, 2018
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Algonquin Landmarks Contest 2018

The Algonquin Landmark Photo / Art Contest For more than 125 years Algonquin Park has inspired people to create great works of art or take a picture to remember their visit.  This summer is Ontario Parks 125th anniversary so we’d like to inspire you to get out side and visit Algonquin Provincial Park to create…

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Far North Algonquin Canoe Trip – Chris Prouse

By , published on August 28, 2018
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Chris Prouse

Dive into a visual extravaganza with Chris and Julia as they discover and explore the backcountry of Algonquin Park’s northern side.  If you haven’t yet discovered Chris Prouse’s Youtube channel you really should pay it a visit, subscribe and hit that bell to get notified about every new video that’s uploaded.  Algonquin Outfitters is proud…

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Experiencing the Ultimate

By , published on May 29, 2018
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Sometimes things don’t go exactly as planned… Every year as we schedule our summer and fall camping and travel plans, we always include either a completely new-to-us destination, or an activity we’ve never tried. One of our most memorable “new activities” in 2017 was my first-ever, mother-daughter canoe trip. With the help of Algonquin Outfitters,…

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How to Canoe Camp in Algonquin Park

By , published on May 13, 2017
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How to Canoe Camp in Algonquin Park

Julia and Chris Prouse – How to Canoe Trip in Algonquin Park Published on May 12, 2017 – Chris Prouse & Julia Prouse How To Canoe Camp In Algonquin Park! This video is sponsored by the friendly folks at Algonquin Outfitters, where we rent our canoes from! Check them out online at: https://algonquinoutfitters.com In this…

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Cookout at the Lookout

By , published on March 25, 2017
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© Cobi Sharpe

One of my favourite things about nature is watching the seasons change. It’s amazing what plants and animals go through when they prepare for winter and how they come alive when spring happens. With the warm temperatures we have had over the past couple of weeks I wanted to get to Algonquin Park to see…

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Algonquin Snowshoe Adventures

By , published on January 26, 2017
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Snowshoeing Algonquin Park

This winter is the first one in a while that has seen me watching the weather forecast and hoping for snow – and lots of it! I want to strap my snowshoes on and head out for an adventure! Last winter, I decided to buy snowshoes so that I could go on a winter backcountry…

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Winter in the Wild

By , published on April 7, 2016
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Winter in the Wild

Experiencing Winter in The Wild at Algonquin Park While most campers and paddlers are impatient to get out and paddle Algonquin’s Lakes this Spring, I still have winter on my mind. I think it’s because winter decided to ignore my part of Ontario this season.  I’m pretty sure that I could hear my snowshoes quietly…

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A Day On Algonquin Park’s Hailstorm Creek

By , published on July 7, 2015
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A day on Algonquin Park's Hailstorm Creek

Hailstorm Creek Day Trip Guest blog by Gayle Labuz – www.sometimeseventful.ca/   Did you know that a canoeing venture into Algonquin Park’s backcountry can be done as a day trip? We’ve been to Algonquin Provincial Park a bunch of times, with each visit giving us a different glimpse into this amazing parcel of Ontario nature….

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