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Find Adventure In Algonquin

Escape the everyday, discover the extraordinary

Algonquin Accommodations is your doorstep to one of the greatest natural playgrounds in the world. Find unforgettable wildlife experiences, bold backcountry adventures and mindful moments just steps away.

Hiking & Walking






Wildlife Watching

Food & Dining

Festivals & Events

Nordic Skiing







Endless Exploration

Whitney, Ontario

The gateway to Algonquin. Whitney offers endless wilderness adventure and easy access to the famous Algonquin Park.
Whitney, Ontario just minutes from Algonquin Park East Gate entrance

Hiking in Algonquin

hiking track
night view of sky

Stargazing in Algonquin

Watch a meteor shower light up the sky, look for auroras or simply take in the wonder of the Milky Way. Don’t forget to take in the Perseids meteor shower from July
25 to Aug 18, peaking August 12/13 each year


Heritage in Algonquin

We are located steps from the historical town of Whitney – a place to eat, shop, watch the rapids and enjoy a slower pace. Take in these historical hotspots:

Fishing on the lake. Fisherman holding a fishing rod outdoors close-up. Fishing on a wild lake

Fishing in Algonquin

If you’re looking for a well stocked lake, you’ve come to the right place. 

  • Ask us about the best spots
  • Borrow gear through nearby Tackleshare sites

Swimming in Algonquin

If you’re looking for sandy shores and a place for a dip, you have plenty of options, including:

Playful dog swimming in lake
Senior man canoeing on lake

Paddling in Algonquin

Algonquin is known around the world for its canoeing. From beginners to old hands, there are plenty of backcountry trips and gentle routes to choose from:

Wildlife Watching in Algonquin

Join a wolf howl, listen to the call of a loon and spot of the 55 mammal species and over 140 birds that call Algonquin home. 

Head shot in profile of a bull moose standing in the grass woods in background.
stall of Food Drink Algonquin

Food & Dining in Algonquin

From eat-in to take-out and fine dining along the docks, Algonquin and South Algonquin serve up cuisine for all travelers. 

Festivals & Events in Algonquin

Both Algonquin Park and South Algonquin have plenty of events and experiences you can join year round. 

Close up of travellers frying marshmallow in forest
Front view of a man cross-country skiing on the trail in Finland

Nordic Skiing in Algonquin

There’s nothing like skiing and snowshoeing through a snow-covered forest. Rent snowshoes for FREE from Algonquin Accommodations

Snowmobiling in Algonquin

South Algonquin has long been a popular spot for snowmobilers. Here’s where to find the best spots:

Person on snowmobiles, Jukkasjarvi, Sweden
Couple on skating rink

Skating in Algonquin

Pack your skates or rent ones for free from us and enjoy skating in a winter wonderland. 

ATVing in Algonquin

South Algonquin is a prime ATV destination, offering scenic trails along the border of Algonquin Park. Explore the rugged wilderness on an ATV, experience the breathtaking beauty of the natural surroundings.

  • Enjoy scenic ATV trails in South Algonquin
  • Explore the rugged wilderness on an ATV
  • Experience the breathtaking beauty of natural surroundings along the border of Algonquin Park
Two atv riders, speed race in forest, front view
Wildlife photographer in the forest

Photography in Algonquin

Algonquin Park is a popular destination for photographers, offering breathtaking landscapes, wildlife, and scenic vistas. From its rolling hills to its serene lakes, Algonquin Park provides ample opportunities for capturing stunning images.

  • Experience diverse photography opportunities in Algonquin Park
  • Capture stunning images of rolling hills and serene lakes
  • Spot wildlife such as moose, black bears, and beavers
  • Immerse in nature and landscape

Painting in Algonquin

Painting in Algonquin Park offers breathtaking natural beauty and inspiration for artists, with a rich history of painters including the famous Tom Thomson. See the vibrant colors of fall foliage and wildlife in their natural habitats.

  • Explore the rugged wilderness and capture its beauty in your paintings.
  • Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere while surrounded by the stunning scenery of Algonquin Park.
  • Immerse yourself in nature and create unique, memorable pieces inspired by the park’s landscapes and wildlife.
woman painter/artist painting a picture of a wildflower, outdoors
River flowing with maple leaves on the rocks on the riverside in autumn season

Waterfalls in Algonquin

South Algonquin is a wonderful haven for waterfall enthusiasts, boasting multiple breathtaking waterfalls to explore. Some of the must-see falls include the falls at the Rolling Rapids Motel, along with four other stunning, picturesque, and unique falls that can be found along the old railway bed trail that follows the Madawaska river and include the famous Pearly Shoots. Visitors can also experience the awe-inspiring Bark Lake falls, the Caster Oil Shoots and the Whitney Dam falls, offering a distinctive experience with their powerful, rushing waters and rocky terrain.