Algonquin Park is an extraordinary place to take pictures, offering a plethora of photographic opportunities. Stunning panoramic landscapes, exhilarating wildlife, clear night skies and infinite macro photography possibilities abound. Over the years, Algonquin has seen an increase in photographers, both amateur and professional, coming to the Park with hopes of capturing that once in a…
Updated July 2021 You can see the 2020 Group of Seven Canoes on display at our Oxtongue Lake store for the month of July 2021, in August they will be on display at the Algonquin Art Center in Algonquin Park. Come September you’ll be able to bid on them in our Charity Paddle Art Auction. …
If you’ve visited the Algonquin Outfitters store at Brent on Cedar Lake in Algonquin Park in the last 40 years, it’s highly likely you’ve run into Jake Pigeon.
“What?” I exclaimed, “there’s wilderness in Muskoka?” It was hard to believe knowing well the typecast image that expounded an opulent cottage mecca, 5-star resorts and endless golf courses slashed through the bush.
The Algonquin Nation is generally broken into many bands whose familial territories are divided by rivers, and the names of these rivers are often reminiscent of the traditional people of that particular river.
Jeff & Deki’s much anticipated Algonquin Park maps from Unlostify are nearly here, see a preview at the Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show on Sat Feb 23, 2019.