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...
Ragged Falls

Ragged Falls

Ragged Falls Provincial Park “Beautiful, Breathtaking, Stunning, Mesmerizing, Spectacular, Serene, Tranquil…” These are just a few of the words used by many visitors to describe Ragged Falls.  It’s no wonder it was voted top 10 water falls in...
Beetle Lake Trail

Beetle Lake Trail

Photo by Andrea Armstrong Beetle Lake Trail [IMPORTANT – Bridge was damaged during the winter and removed.  Trail can no longer be walked in a circular fashion but each side is still walkable, with the Elliot Road entrance offering the cliff views.  Funding has...
Oxtongue River Rapids and Trail

Oxtongue River Rapids and Trail

Oxtongue River Rapids and Trail Located 2km east of the intersection of Hwy 35 and Hwy 60.  Turn right and follow the paved road 1km, where it narrows to a gravel road and continues another 2km to the monument. This is a beautiful spot to relax and enjoy a picnic and...
Group of Seven Outdoor Exhibit & Mural

Group of Seven Outdoor Exhibit & Mural

Photo by Marlene Kyle Group of Seven Outdoor Exhibit & Mural 3987 Hwy 60, Oxtongue Lake This outdoor exhibit is designed to showcase the connection between the Oxtongue Lake community and the illustrations that the Group of Seven and Tom Thomson created depicting...
Group of Seven and Tom Parris Plaques of Honour

Group of Seven and Tom Parris Plaques of Honour

Photo by unknown Oxtongue resident or cottager On Oxtongue Lake AJ Casson Plaque Located at the western edge of the Oxtongue Lake bridge near Algonquin Outfitters Road you will be able to imagine what it was like to be AJ Casson painting “Early September,...
Local Artists

Local Artists

ON OXTONGUE John Marson  woodworking   705.380.0857 no email Jerry Schmanda  photography   jerry@algonquinoutfitters.com  705.635.9950 Elizabeth Siegfried   elizabethsiegfried.com Janine Marson       janinemarson.blogspot.com Vivian Stronach Joan Lomax   OLAC ARTISTS’...
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...