Algonquin Canoe Trip Packages

Algonquin Provincial Park is one of the largest and oldest wilderness parks in Ontario, Canada. It is held by many to be the greatest canoe-tripping location in the world, as evidenced by a continual flow of international visitors. At half the size of New Hampshire, it boasts hundreds of miles of canoe routes, each with its own personality, length, and degree of physical difficulty. The options are innumerable, making it easy to create a unique and dynamic trip experience to fit the specific needs and goals of your group.

Package Details

The following packages are designed to help you target the right mix of support, resources, and cost for your unique trip event.  Just need canoes and/or some filler gear?  A la carte rates are here.

Standard Canoe Package

$59

Per Person/Day

Kevlar Canoe – 53lbs (3 ppl/Canoe)
Paddles & PFDs
Canoe Packs (2 per 3 ppl)
3-Season Tent (3 ppl/Tent)
3-Season Sleeping Bag w/Liner
Therm-A-Rest Sleeping Pad
Stove/Fuel (if needed)
Cook Kit w/ Cleaning Kit
Med Kit
Algonquin Park Maps
Bear Rope
Base Camp Overnight
Showers (Post Trip)
Expedition Devotional (Digital)
Wilderness Food Package (+$10 pp/day)

Deluxe Canoe Package

$70

Per Person/Day

Kevlar Lite Canoe – 45 lbs (2 ppl/Canoe)
Paddles & PFDs
Canoe Packs (Individual Packs)
3-Season Tent (2 ppl/Tent)
3-Season Sleeping Bag w/Liner
Therm-A-Rest Sleeping Pad
Stove/Fuel (if needed)
Cook Kit w/ Cleaning Kit
Med Kit
Algonquin Park Maps
Bear Rope
Base Camp Overnight
Showers (Post Trip)
Expedition Devotional (Digital)
Wilderness Food Package (+$7 pp/day)

Added Values

All of our packages include the following added values that bring our 35+ years of wilderness ministry experience to your planning and preparation process:

Ministry Consulting

We will spend whatever time you need to help think through how your wilderness event engages with your overall ministry strategy.

Trip Design

We will help design your route and trip elements around your group dynamics and ministry objectives.

Complete Forms Packet

All of the key forms you need… like group detail tracking, med form, release form, route planner, etc… all online.

A La Carte Rentals

The following is a partial list of a la carte rental rates. Canoe rates include delivery to and from Canoe Lake (#5) or Shall Lake (#17). All other gear can be picked up at one of two base camp locations. Rates are in USD and assume a 5+ day rental.

Canoes

  • Royalite (55 lbs) – $27/day
  • Kevlar (53 lbs) – $39/day
  • Kevlar Lite (45 lbs) – $45/day
  • Kevlar Ultralite (43 lbs) – $55/day

Canoe Spotting 

(Delivery & Pickup Included)

  • #11 Opeongo – $150
  • #4 Rain Lake – $295
  • Don’t see the access point you want? Call the office!

Vehicle Spotting

  • $100 per vehicle/driver

Travel to Canada

Algonquin Provincial Park is in Ontario, Canada.  That means US-based groups will cross the international border twice — on the way to Algonquin and on the way home.  All adults need a passport (or equivalent), but minors (under 18) traveling with organizational groups have lesser ID requirements.  Click here for more details on ID requirements.

Permits & Park Fees

Algonquin Park requires permits for overnight backcountry camping.  There is a reservation flat fee for each travel group (up to 9 ppl) and a per night fee for each group member. Current fees thru November 1, 2022, are:

  • Group Fee: $12/travel group
  • Per Person Fees
    • Ages 6-17: $5.65 (CDN) pp/night
    • Ages 18+: $12.43 (CDN) pp/night
  • Current fees are online here.

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