Cycling/Mountain Biking

Cycling/Mountain Biking

Algonquin Park Biking There are three bicycle trails in Algonquin Park.  Trails range from flat packed surfaces suitable for children and families to rugged mount biking experiences.  Please look at the Algonquin Park Biking Information Haliburton Highlands Cycling...
Boating

Boating

Oxtongue while a small lake by some standards, is actually long with lots of nooks and crannies to explore.  Whether by motor, canoe, kayak, paddle-board, sailboat, or even the occasional rowing shell, we are blessed with calm waters that make boating a real pleasure...
Children Specific Programs

Children Specific Programs

Photo by Andrea Armstrong The possibilities are endless for children on Oxtongue Lake.  Exploring the great outdoors can range from feeding chipmunks on the deck of the cottage to hiking the trails around the lake or in Algonquin Park.  Rainy day visits to The...
Fishing

Fishing

Photo by Liz Margarucci Fishing on Oxtongue   Stay Tuned!!!     Photos by residents and cottagers of Oxtongue...
Dog-Sledding

Dog-Sledding

In Algonquin Park The Sunday Lake Dog Sled Trail is Algonquin Park’s most popular dog sledding trail offering kilometres of mushing through mixed and hardwood forest habitats. This packed route offers spectacular scenery and avoids ice travel. On Highway 60,...
Algonquin Park Visitor’s Centre

Algonquin Park Visitor’s Centre

Photo provided by Explorer’s Edge Algonquin Park Visitor Centre km 43.0 of Highway 60, Algonquin Park 705-633-5572 | Website Opened in 1993 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Algonquin Provincial Park and the entire Ontario provincial park system, the...
Algonquin Logging Museum & Trail

Algonquin Logging Museum & Trail

Photo provided by Explorer’s Edge Algonquin Logging Museum & Trail Km 54.5, Hwy 60, Algonquin Park Website The Algonquin Logging Museum brings to life the story of logging from the early square timber days to the last of the great river drives. Start your...
Algonquin Art Centre & Gallery

Algonquin Art Centre & Gallery

Photo provided by Andrea Armstrong Algonquin Art Centre km 20, Hwy 60, Algonquin Park 1-855-221-2278 | (705) 633-5555 | Website The Algonquin Art Centre is a world-class art gallery that showcases some of Canada’s foremost wilderness and wildlife artists. Located in...
Algonquin Park Trails

Algonquin Park Trails

Photo by Andrea Armstrong Algonquin Park, has some wonderful walking trails that range in difficulty and length and are interpretive due to the fact that each trail explores a different aspect of Algonquin Park.  At each trail entrance there is a map and a trail guide...