Try to imagine the greatest Canadian canoeing experience and you will be imagining canoeing in Algoma Country. Your choices include lake canoeing on water as smooth and quiet as the wilderness that is your surroundings, or you can take on challenging white water for the adventure of a life time. Algoma provides endless possibilities for lake, river and white water canoeing. Wake up early to canoe in the early morning hours where mists are still rising up from the water. Maybe you prefer to canoe under a picturesque sunset. You will never experience a canoe trip quite like this anywhere else! A wilderness canoeist can experience the trip of their dreams here in Algoma.
Looking for a fully guided, fully outfitted trip where your outfitter takes care of everything? Algoma Country has the very best full service canoe outfitters anywhere. You will embark on a trip that will be suited to your experience and for the beginner; classes where you will learn proper technique are also available. Or if you are an experienced canoeist that want to be guides along the rustic shores of the Greatest of all the Great Lakes, Lake Superior that is available as well. Or perhaps to see the beautiful Agawa Canyon by water or a paddle with 35 of your friends on board a fibreglass replica of the fur traders canoes that utilized Lake Superior as the roadway for the area.
Algoma is home to countless canoe routes but see the most popular self-guided routes are listed below:
Goulias River, Batchawana River, Montreal River, Sand River, Nagagami River - Nagagami Lake, Missinaibi River, Chapleau River, Little White River, Mississagi River, Matinenda - Blind River, Aubinadong River (East branch), Wenebegon River, Elliot Lake - Depot Lake, Boland River, Dunlop - Mace Loop, Flack Lake - Ten Mile Lake, Mississagi Provincial Park Waterway
Home to some of Ontario’s best provincial parks, these parks offer excellent canoe routes and most parks have route maps available at the parks themselves.
Plan the great Canadian canoe trip in Algoma Country and you may find yourself canoeing the water trails of the original First Nations people.For more information visit our operators listed below, whether you want fully outfitted and guided, or just a warm place to call home after a full day on the water Algoma Country has it all.
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Guided Canoe Trips
Self-Guided Canoe Trips
Outfitters, Resorts and Services
Visit our members’ directory for more information on canoeing, outfitters and resorts in Northern Ontario, Canada, or call the Algoma Kinniwabi Travel Association at 1-800-263-2546.