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    Blue Heron Cove on Walker Lake c\w Algonquin Pass!  Bring your pet free!1 / 23
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    1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 4 Quick View
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    At Cooper Lake 'Romantic'  Cedar Log  Cottage bordering Algonquin Park $175/nite1 / 18
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    Algonquin Moose Lodge- Off the Grid (Dont worry it has electricity lol)1 / 12
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    4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 10 Quick View
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    Hemlock Hideaway cottage (#834)1 / 16
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    2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 8 Quick View
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    Reviewed 26 June 2017
    The cottage was beautiful like a mini chalet with all the amenities. Well planned by the owners with lots to do. We did have difficulty with the 88 stairs carrying all of our...
    Reviewed 12 September 2016
    beautiful private setting, the view from the dock was spectacular the lake was great the kids had a blast swimming and jumping off the dock.The stairs down from the car to the...
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    Comfortable 1000 square foot family cottage located on stunning Tasso Lake, located 40 minutes northeast of Huntsville. Make it your getaway place! This cottage is located adjacent to pristine Crown Land, with plenty of options for hiking, enjoying nature, and trying to spot wildlife in their...
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    Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
    Holiday Rental House - 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 8
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    A wilderness glamping experience1 / 9
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    Reviewed 23 May 2017
    Great spot ! Lovely cabin, clean and beautiful view of the pond. We seen 1 moose the first morning and 3 moose the next morning. 2 deer the third, all right in front of the...
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    MOOSE LODGE “Moose Lodge” was originally built as a place for the owner to stay while she built the new log home and restored Barbie’s Bunkie. The experience of Glamping was something that she enjoyed so much, during her extensive travels throughout Africa, that she decided to create a wilderness...
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    Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario P0A 1X0
    Holiday Rental House - 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4
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    Nanamitagong Tipi1 / 24
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    1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2 Quick View
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    Reviewed 13 August 2017
    I hate to give a bad review, when I actually had a good time at the place. But this time I have to make an exception: Why? Because I want people, who want to book the Tipi to...
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    The award-winning exclusive Algonquin Moose Lodge offers you wilderness luxury with the charm of old-time Algonquin living. The well-appointed cottages are just the right place for those who wish to escape into serenity and spend quality time cottaging the way it was meant to be – with family,...
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    Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario P0A 1X0
    Holiday Rental House - 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2
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    About Algonquin Park

    For the ultimate Ontario getaway, make your way to Algonquin Provincial Park. Reserve your choice of Algonquin Park cottages, and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of this expansive park.

    Algonquin Park Climate

    Algonquin Park has a humid continental climate, with pleasantly warm summers and snowy winters. At the peak of summer in July and August, temperatures regularly top out in the upper 70s. In the winter, temperatures hover around 0 degrees, and the park receives about 20 inches of snow per month.

    How to Get Around Algonquin Park

    If you're flying in from afar, plan to land at Toronto Pearson International Airport or Ottawa International Airport, both about three hours from most points of interest in Algonquin Provincial Park. Since the park covers about 3,000 square miles, you'll want to have a car, truck, or SUV to access most of the highlights. Once you've settled in, you'll find that you can hike, canoe, or snowshoe right out the front door of many Algonquin Park cottages.

    Top Things to Do in Algonquin Park

    Start your trip to the park with a stop at the Algonquin Visitor Center. Located along Highway 60, the center offers educational exhibits on the park's history, a theatrical presentation, and a viewing deck. This is also the ideal place to purchase park permits, grab a bite to eat, or enjoy an outdoor picnic. During the warm months, cycle along Byers Lake Mountain Bike Trail or the Old Railway Bike Trail. If you're feeling adventurous, plan a canoeing day trip into the park's backcountry. Spring is the best time for trout fishing in both the lakes along Highway 60 and the more remote backcountry lakes. In the winter, get out your cross-country skis and make your way to the Fen Lake Ski Trail, the Leaf Lake Ski Trail, or the Minnesing Wilderness Ski Trail. Dog sledding is also popular throughout the winter months, especially on the Sunday Lake Dog Sled Trail.

    Can't-Miss Algonquin Park Events

    From May through September, Algonquin Provincial Park hosts a number of special events focused on science, culture, and outdoor adventures. Kick off the summer season with the Wildlife Research Weekend in late May, when the whole family can join researchers in the wild as they learn about local plants and wildlife. In early June, attend the Demystifying Algonquin Park Bird Song Workshop to learn more about the wide variety of bird songs and calls you'll hear in the park. In July, Rock Bass Family Fishing Day offers a family-friendly day of learning to catch, clean, and cook at Whitefish Lake. In late July, Loggers Day will entertain everyone with logging demonstrations, an old-fashioned lunch, and live music performances. Though most Algonquin Provincial Park events are scheduled during the warm summer months, you won't want to miss the park's major Family Day Weekend event, the Winter in the Wild Festival. Held in February, this festival celebrates the best of this chilly season, from snowshoeing to ice skating to igloo building to wildlife spotting.

    Whether you plan to visit in summer or winter, there's always plenty to do in Algonquin Provincial Park. Choose Algonquin Park cottages near Lake Traverse, Cedar Lake, or Kiosk, and enjoy the park's natural wonderland.

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