If you look at an Algonquin Park map, you will see this water route from Algonquin access # 1 across to Cedar lake and down the Petawawa to Mcmanus lake is a natural water way across Algonquin park. Following the glacial melt of 10, 000 years ago, the 14 day trip has two distinct sections. The first seven days are flat-water canoeing on gorgeous Algonquin park lakes and small windy rivers. Pull out your fishing rod and fish for trout. Get close for outstanding pictures of moose , loons and beavers. The second week picks up speed with white-water canoeing down the classs 2 and 3 rapids of the Petawawa. Learn or refresh paddling and portage skills. The campsites are beautiful. Swim in fresh clean water. NOTE you can break the trip into two seven-day trips.
Note: Prices are listed in US dollar but are subject to change based on current exchange rates. Price: $2850/person (+HST) CAN = $2212 USD (+HST)
In closest town, South River, Bean There Cafe specializes in home-made bistro-style lunches, soups, award-winning baking and locally roasted coffee. The Highlander Brew Co., open for retail sales, sampling and tours, features traditionally crafted Scottish Ale. For regional travel information, visit Northeastern Ontario.