To ensure you get most out of your next Algonquin Park trip, we have put together some helpful and easy to access information in this section. Find out the best times to visit Algonquin Park and the types of activities you can enjoy during each season. Get the latest info on Algonquin Park Permits and park regulations, while you discover the perfect campsite or cabin for your next trip. We've also put together a series of tips and techniques on wildlife viewing and portaging throughout Algonquin Park.
Algonquin Park is a haven for any kind of outdoor enthusiast, but with the thousands of lakes and over 54 recorded different species of fish, it’s easy to see why some people travel to the beautiful park just for the fishing alone. Boasting lake trout, small mouth bass, and a variety of other species, you can take your choice at casting your line in one of the 2,400 lakes or cruise into fishing the 1,200 kilometers of rivers and streams. Check out our fishing section, detailing more information on the species of fish and information on all the lakes and rivers you can find them!
Algonquin Bound Outfitters offers complete whitewater outfitting throughout and around Algonquin Park. From the mighty Petawawa River that travels through the heart of the park to the Madawaska or Opeongo Rivers just outside the park, there is plenty of rolling water in and around Algonquin for whitewater enthusiasts to explore. Our fleet of Royalex and Amerlite whitewater canoes come with complete outfitting (airbags, pfd's helmets and thigh straps) for added fun and safety during your whitewater adventure. If you are just looking for a ride to the access point or your vehicle moved, let our convenient shuttle service help you start or end your trip!