Resort destinations for spring and summer vacations, romantic getaways, spa packages, romantic inns, lodges, & cottages: Enjoy spring maple syrup festivals & Easter long weekend.
Ontario Travel News Ontario Spring  Getaways Ontario Summer GetawayOntario Spa Getaways Ontario Romantic Getaways
Spring Weekends and Vacations
Romantic Summer

Spring & Summer Resorts
Romantic Country Inns
Cottages & Cabins
Condos & Chalets
Bed & Breakfast
Fishing Lodges

FacebookBloggerGoogle +TwitterYou TubePintrest
Share |
Long Weekend Holidays | Maple Syrup Festivals | Ontario Resort Types | Spring Getaways
Spring Weddings | Country Inns | Cottage Rentals | April Getaways
Spring Events and Festivals | Cottage Resorts | Romantic Road Trip Packages
Girls Getaways | Conferences and Meetings | Ontario Travel News
Ontario Resort Destinations
 | Ontario Towns and Cities 
Restaurants & Dining | Family Reunions | FAQ's Ontario Travel | Site Map
Santa's Village Family Entertainent Park Contest

Highway 60 To Algonquin Park,  Barry's Bay, Wilno, Ottawa Valley


Algonquin Park Gateway Via Highway 60

Highway 60 starts in Muskoka at Huntsville Ontario and proceeds east to Dwight, Oxtongue Lake, Algonquin Park, Whitney, Barry's Bay, Wilno, ending in Renfrew and joining Highway 17 South to Ottawa.

Highway 60 Road Trip

The Highway 60 corridor must be discovered in every season to appreciate the changing beauty along this scenic  highway.  Spring and March Break time offers the end of winter beginning of spring. This is closely followed by Easter and Maple syrup time and a rebirth of wildlife throughout the region.  he Friends of Algonquin Park bookstore will be open daily from 10am to 5pm during. March Break from March10th – 17th.. Stop by the Visitor Centre to check out this amazing deal and support education and interpretation in Algonquin! For more information call 613.637.2828 or visit website Stay at Resorts, Inns, Hotels in the  Algonquin area


Huntsville Muskoka Ontario

Huntsville Muskoka Ontario is one of Canada's premiere resort destinations dissected by Highway 11 (The Highway 11 Way) and Highway 60. Highway 60 links to the Algonquin Area and Canada's Capital Ottawa. Huntsville is often considered the heart of Muskoka and was chosen to host to the 2010 G8 Summit. A trip to the Huntsville area will quickly define the beauty of this "Muskokas" location. If visitors want to take a walk, hike, or cool off parks and Huntsville Beaches are always close in the summer. Huntsville is often associated with Ontario's famous cottage country and often included with Parry Sound as a Government of Canada political designation. See more tourist information on Huntsville Ontario including Huntsville area resorts, inns, hotels and area attractions.

Algonquin Provincial Park Area

Dwight Ontario--Lake of Bays

Dwight Ontario is located at the junction of Highway 35, and Highway 60, North of Toronto. The town of Dwight is in the resort destination of North Muskoka and is considered a hub to Lake of Bays and the Algonquin Park area destinations. Dwight is the second last town proceeding west toward Algonquin park. There is an excellent beach for a quick swim in Lake of Bays in the town of Dwight just of highway 60. Dwight area resorts, inns, hotels and area attractions.

Dwight Ontario Algonquin Provincial Park

Oxtongue Lake

Oxtongue Lake connects Lake of Bays to Algonquin Park via the picturesque Oxtongue River. Oxtongue Lake offers excellent swimming and bathing along the predominantly sandy shoreline. Maximum depth of the lake is believed to be 90 feet. Fishing is good in the area. Abundant wildlife such as ducks, loons, blue herons, beaver, muskrats, moose , deer and foxes call this area home too. The lake is enclosed by large sections of Crown Lands and the close proximity to Algonquin Park a backdrop of wilderness pleasure. Oxtongue Lake is approximately 20 minutes from Huntsville, the nearest town. Oxtongue area resorts, inns, hotels

Oxtongue Lake

Algonquin Provincial Park Area

Today, most Ontario residents associate the name Algonquin with one of the largest designated park areas ‘Algonquin Provincial Park. It is the largest green area designated on the official map of Ontario. In fact Algonquin or Algonquian, is really a nation of which only a part is located in Ontario Algonquin Nation-Pikwakanagan-Golden Lake. Ontario's first nation The Algonquins, are located mainly at Golden Lake, on Highway 60 a 90 minute drive from the East gate of Algonquin Park off of Highway 60. Algonquin Park area hotels, resorts, lodges, cottages.

Highway 60 East

Algonqunin Park East Gate To Barry's Bay


Whitney, Ontario

The East gate of Algonquin Park is at the edge of the town of Whitney Ontario where the Madawaska River runs on its way to the Ottawa Valley. There are Several excellent locations for accommodation at inns, resorts and cottages close to or bordering on Algonquin Park.

Whitney East Gate Algonquin Park

Barry's Bay Ontario

This Ottawa Valley and Madawaska Valley community has several lakes and water routes that form part of the Madawaska River system leading to the Ottawa River. Highway 62 heads south from the junction of Highway 60 right in Barry's Bay and goes to Bancroft. See Barry's Bay lodges,inns and resorts.

Barry's Bay Welcome

Wilno Ontario

Wilno Ontario is Canada's first Polish community located east of Barry's Bay along Highway 60.  A must stop at the Wilno Tavern or the historic Kazuby
Museum and Garden Gallery will give you an overview of the the areas history, local artisans  entertainers and great food.  Barry's Bay lodges,inns and resorts.
See Wilno Photo Gallery

Wilno Tavern-Family Restaurant

View 400Eleven in a larger map

Algonquin Park Area Getaways
Try out your new x-country skis or snowshoes in Algonquin Resort Area during the Christmas school holidays. Discover Algonquin Park trails, and Algonquin area resorts and lodges and links to Park activities and events.

News and Tunes On the Road to Cottage Country
Get the latest updates on road conditions, marine & weather forecasts, traffic reports along with the latest updates on events, festivals and cottage country action.  Link here to Chay TodayRock 95Moose FM, and in the French language Vague FM

National Road Safety Week
Starts May 15-21

Just in time for the May 24 Victoria Day Weekend one of the busiest travel weekend of the spring season. Aggressive drivers, impaired drivers and distracted drivers may want to stay at home next week, as many police services in Ontario will participate in Canada’s Road Safety Week.The national campaign, is sponsored by Transport Canada and endorsed by police services across the nation.  See BarrysBayThisWeekInside Halton 

Breakfast TV Heads North of Toronto
Breakfast Television Hits the Highway 60 Corridor Jen from Breakfast TV will be travelling north of Toronto on Monday and Tuesday July 18 & 19 with stops along the Highway 60 corridor taking her through Algonquin Park.  Monday July 18th live The Couples Resort & Algonquin Spa Resort near Whitney and Tuesday July 19th live Deerhurst Resort near Huntsville.  More on BT's trip north of Toronto.

Algonquin Park Summer Programs
Summer Interpretive Programs 2011 have just been released. Join the Algonquin Park Naturalist staff for Guided Walks, Evening Programs and Algonquin For Kids Programs. See more information on the Algonquin area for resorts, inns, cottages camping and overnight accommodation.

Algonquin Park  Resort Features "100 mile diet" Challenge Barbecue
Arowhon Pines Summer Resort and Restaurant, located inside Algonquin Park, is hosting a "100 Mile Challenge" Summer Barbecue on Monday, August 1st, 2011.  All food served is grown within 100 miles of the resort.  The 100 mile challenge is based on the food blog and book "The 100 mile diet" by James MacKinnon and Alisa Smith.   Stay in Algonquin Area Resorts, Inns, Hotels, Cottages via Highway 60 East from Huntsville or Highway 60 West from Barry's Bay.

Business Sign-up | Web Log | Contact | FAQ's | Site Map | Home | Back to Top
Ontario Travel North Highway 400 and Highway 11, Barrie North in Ontario

2003 - 2014 Copyright (c) Ontario Tourism Travel Information North of Toronto (400ELEVEN.COM) Ontario Canada located in Barrie, Ontario