Algonquin Park Canoe Routes

Photo: Discovery Routes


Over 2,100 km of world-renowned Algonquin Park canoe routes interconnect this vast wilderness park. With mostly flatwater paddling, well-maintained campsites and portages by enthusiastic young park rangers and abundant wildlife, paddling Algonquin Park is an iconic Canadian experience.

The Northwest corner of Ontario’s oldest provincial park provides a unique opportunity for a quieter backcountry experience when compared to the South with access points to backcountry paddling at Kearney, South River, Kiosk and Brent. A few of our recommended Algonquin Park canoe routes:

Kioshkokwi-Maple Loop

Route Length: 43km, 2-3 days
No. of Portages: 12
Access: Kiosk

Kioshkokwi-Whitebirch-Mink Loop

Route Length: 24 km, 2-3 days
No. of Portages: 7
Access: Kiosk

North Tea Loop

Route Length: 105km, 8 days
No. of Portages: 21
Access: Kawawaymog (South River)

Tim River-Little Trout

Route Length: 76 km, 5-6 days
No. of Portages: 18
Access: Magnetawan (Kearney)

Length various

For More Information

Algonquin Provincial Park 
Phone: (705) 633-5572

The Friends of Algonquin Park 
Phone: (613) 637-2828




The vast network of trails we celebrate exist on the traditional lands and waterways of the Anishinaabe people within the territory protected by the Robinson Huron Treaty of 1850 and Williams Treaties of 1923.