“Open water is a highway to adventure,
best traveled by canoe or kayak”
Whether you canoe, kayak or SUP, the authentic Canadian experience is waiting to be explored on the one of the over 600 scenic lakes and rivers. Below are some suggestions of businesses that can help give you memories that will last a lifetime.
Canada’s premiere wilderness canoe trip outfitter. “AO” has been serving Algonquin Park canoe trippers for more than 55 years. A wide range of outfitting options, including equipment rentals, complete and partial outfitting, packaged guided trips, custom guided trips and water taxi service, allows us to meet the needs of just about any Algonquin Park visitor.
Experience wilderness canoe tripping by paddling and portaging through Ontario’s famous Algonquin Park, with Algonquin Outfitters as your guide.
Deep Roots Adventure
Canoe Rentals Kayak Rentals SUP Stand Up Paddleboard Rentals. Camping Gear Rentals, i.e. tents, sleeping bags, stoves, cooking, lanterns, chairs, screen rooms, etc.
Our Guided tours to High Falls are the best!
Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve
These are easy to moderate paddles and a short introduction to paddling are available. This is a great way to spend a day and is sure to make a lasting impression.
Haliburton Highlands Water Trails
The Algonquin Highlands Trails Office at 20130 Hwy 35, 12km south of the Town of Dorset rents high quality, light weight Kevlar tripping canoes that can be reserved.
These backyard adventure specialists are also available to come to your home or cottage to give private lessons.
Wolf Flow SUP
Always wanted to learn to paddleboard? Have you been paddleboarding but would like to learn more? We can show you the ins and out of paddleboarding. From the safety and turning techniques to how to battle the wind.
No experience necessary. We can come to you or we can offer a location.
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