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"If you want wilderness, paddle your
canoe across the lake or hike the many
trails in the park."

"The lodge's own beaver inhabitant has its own lodge and a canoe ride at dusk rewards with a sighting - what a treat! Surrounded by unspoilt countryside, walks, lakes and miles of uninhabited wilderness, this lodge is a gem..."

"A wonderful sense of privilege, of being able to enjoy this remarkable waterfront in the middle of the Park, with its history and beauty, unimpeded."

Wildlife - Algonquin Park Lodge

Canoeing Travel some of Algonquin's most beautiful waters and shores. Guided canoe trips and complete outfitting packages for single or multi-day canoe trips are easily arranged and come complete with guide, canoe, food and camping supplies. For information visit The Portage Store.

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Killarney Lodge ~ Algonquin Park Activities

At Killarney Lodge and in Algonquin Park, whether you are looking to be active or rest and relax, there’s something for everyone.

Hiking Take a leisurely walk and explore the surroundings. For the more adventurous, hike one of the Park’s many trails offering spectacular views. There are 15 self-guided trails with various locations and lengths. Each trail is designed to explore a different aspect of the Algonquin Park environment and is marked for easy navigation. At each trailhead, there is an interpretive guide booklet for your appreciation of the trail’s points of interest.

Biking Bring your own trail bike or rent one from the nearby Lake of Two Rivers Store and ride two great bicycle paths. One is the rugged Minnesing Trail the other is at Mew Lake. The latter is an easy ride on an abandoned railway bed from the now-defunct Ottawa, Arnprior and Parry Sound Railway.

  • 14 Hiking trails from casual to ambitious
  • Canoeing from paddle to portage
  • Wildlife spotting from loon to moose
  • Visitor Centre information and activities
  • Art Centre and Logging Museum

Wildlife - Killerney Lodge Ontario

Fishing Lake of Two Rivers is for small mouth bass and lake trout (in seasons). Bait and tackle can be obtained at the nearby Two Rivers Store. Only lures and worms are allowed in Algonquin Park.

If you want a local guide who arranges everything for you, providing boat, tackle and a shore lunch with the fish you catch, we can take care of that for you. Ask us for details.

Algonquin Park Adventure Activities

Wildlife Observe moose, beaver, fox, loons, turtles, deer, ducks and other wildlife in their natural environment. Be sure to bring your camera and binoculars. Take a short paddle ride, or set off for a day long adventure by canoe with a delicious packed lunch.

Just Take it Easy Relax on the deck of your cabin, the guest lounge, or on our private sandy beach and watch the loons, beavers, and ducks, or read a book and/or doze the day away.

Gaze at the stars, listen to the sound of the wind whistling through the tall pines, breathe in the fresh country air, or meet other guests and share your experiences of the day.

Museums Visit the Algonquin Logging Museum and let the story of logging from an era gone by, come to life. Tour the Visitor Centre. Regularly scheduled programs for children offer a learning experience about Algonquin’s wildlife through an hour of discovery with games, stories and animals. Adults will enjoy the world class exhibits, an excellent bookstore, a theatre presentation and finally, the observation deck which provides a breathtaking panorama of the wild Algonquin Park landscape.

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