Ontario is one of the most diverse provinces for an outdoor adventure vacation– from “wilderness adventure” to “soft outdoor adventure” such as camping, mountain biking and other outdoor adventures.
COUPLES & PETS
Algonquin Park, Authentic Log Cottages & Cabins.
Couples Escape to Connect & Discover!
Carbon Neutral*, All-Inclusive, Exclusive Rustic Lodge.
Breakfast & Dinner (simple and gluten free) All-Inclusive Daily!!
3 Authentic Log Cabins with Real Wood Fireplace.
6 Log Jacuzzi Cottages with Real Wood Fireplace.
FREE Algonquin Park Pass for the Hiking trails and Museums.
Nestled among the tall, whispering pines and majestic, cascading waters of the Madawaska River lays the Adventure Lodge. A Hideaway to connect with and discover Algonquin Park nature while connecting and discovering each other. Pet Friendly. Created and Built in 2003 as a rustic and very simple and quiet Algonquin Couples Retreat.
Summer free Canoes and Kayaks
Winter free Snowshoes
Located on an abandoned railway line on the Madawaska River, which is perfect for walking or biking. Nearby Horseback riding, and endless Algonquin Hiking trails. Winter endless Cross Country ski trails.
Our Algonquin Park Canoe Trips are a “best of Canada”, Canadian Tourism Commission “Signature Experiences” that focus on wildlife, camping, outstanding gourmet meals, superior guides and memorable campsites. Our guided programs are what make our Algonquin Park Canoe Trips and lodge adventures stand out. Award-winning learning vacations showcase the best of Algonquin Park’s seasons and regional culture. Wake with the sun and paddle in search of moose and enjoy back country gourmet meals cooked over a fire.
Algonquin Park Lodge-Based Trips, which feature canoeing, hiking and wildlife interpretation, take place out of 2 of our Algonquin eco-lodges: the Algonquin Log Cabin and Algonquin Cottage Outpost. Both are located at the Northwest corner of Algonquin Provincial Park.
More immersive of an experience, the Log Cabin takes you on 3 days of beautiful hikes, paddles and more all with the interpretation of our incredible guides. The cabin, which can host up to 12-16 guests, features a massive, stone fireplace, a wood-fired sauna, 2 decks and unique, guided excursions.
Carriage Ridge Resort and Carriage Hills Resort in Horseshoe Valley
Spacious condo-suites only 1 Hour North of Toronto
Spacious condominium-style suites await you at Carriage Ridge Resort and Carriage Hills Resorts in beautiful Horseshoe Valley. Resorts are near the Copeland Forest and are great for hiking, walking, cycling, off-roading, skiing, golf, zip lining and so much more!
Suite types range from studios with kitchenettes (toaster, coffee-maker, microwave and bar fridge) to one- and two-bedroom suites with fully appointed kitchens, oversized jetted tubs, gas fireplaces, private balconies. All suites have access to shared or private laundry facilities.
Carriage Ridge Resort has an indoor pool and is a ski-in/ski-out property overlooking the hills of Horseshoe and Carriage Hills Resort has an indoor/outdoor pool. Both resorts are located near Settler’s Ghost Golf Course and the Horseshoe Valley Course.
In addition to both resorts pools, enjoy fitness centre, billiards, games, daily activities programs and BBQ’s on site for all guests to enjoy!
Experience Ontario’s Lake Country Scenic Waterways
Canoe, kayak or stand up paddleboard! Choose from 10 amazing paddling routes, find local paddling outfitters and see the best paddling getaways. Ontario’s Lake Country’s assets are plentiful, and none are more perfect than its shimmering lakes, rivers, and streams. In fact, some of the best paddling opportunities, recreational boating and water sports in Canada can be found here. Ontario’s Lake Country is Orillia & Area’s Four Season Playground! It is one of Ontario’s most picturesque regions with radiant lakes and rivers and an array of activities for all to enjoy year round. We are located just one hour north of Toronto, on the shores of Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching and along the Trent Severn Waterway.
Ontario’s Lake Country is located just one hour north of the GTA, a perfect location to enjoy the peacefulness away from the busy city life and take in the breathtaking fall colours. Escape and book one of our many distinctive fall getaways. Enjoy this beautiful and picturesque region on your choice of driving tours, cycling routes, scenic tours by boat or hiking the stunning trails along our waterways and scenic landscapes. There is something for everyone to Fall in love with Ontario’s Lake Country.
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Blue Mountain is Ontario’s only four season mountain village resort. Get away to year-round excitement for the entire family. Visit us in the winter months for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing or skating. There are plenty of apres activities and over 50 unique restaurants and shops to explore. If you enjoy travelling in the summer, the escarpment is full of adventure with biking, hiking and an entire mountain of on hill attractions like the Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, Ropes Courses, Cascade Putting Course, Wind Rider Triple Zips and more. The resort features 900+ accommodation units ranging from hotel rooms to the suites at the Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain.
Since its inception in 1944, the WRS has been providing access and logistical support for University and government researchers from Ontario and across North America. The WRS is situated on Lake Sasajewun in Algonquin Provincial Park and operates as a non-for-profit organization.
The AWRS’s Tim Winegard in partnership with Tapley Nature Trail’s renowned naturalist, expedition guide and photographer Robin Tapley and Jamie Giardini have developed new programs to highlight wildlife research in Algonquin Park. Programs will focus on developing an understanding of wildlife life-history strategies (biology, ecology, and behaviour) and how this can benefit ones photographic, naturalist, or other outdoor pursuits.
Wye Marsh is the place to escape, explore, and experience nature up close. Located in the Heart of Georgian Bay on 3,000 acres of National & Provincial Wildlife Area, your natural adventure begins at Wye Marsh. The Centre includes 25 km of hiking, biking and skiing trails, an amphibian and reptile display hall, canoeing and kayaking routes, an observation tower and boardwalks, birds of prey display and shows, educational programs and guided ecotours throughout the year. There are great opportunities for wildlife viewing and birding including seeing the magnificent trumpeter swan.
Encourage your kids to connect with nature with our kid friendly activities and events or just let them loose to hand feed a chickadee or go pond netting.
For more workshops and events please visit www.wyemarsh.com/upcoming-events