Check Availability

Overnight Algonquin Camping Tour: - From Toronto

  • When does it run?

    May: 26-27, 30-31

    June: 23-24

    July: 7-8, 11-12

    August: 1-2, 8-9, 27-28

    September: 15-16

    September 30 - October 1

  • Start time

    8am

  • Duration

    2 days, 1 night

Inclusions
  • Algonquin Camping Tour: An Adventurous Toronto Experience
  • A 2-day camping tour in the Algonquin Provincial Park
  • Tent
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping pad
  • Pillow
  • Campground/Park Fees
  • 15 passenger van transportation
  • Dinner, Breakfast, and Lunch
  • Hike up Booth’s Rock Trail (2 hours)
  • Campfire & s’mores (weather permitting)
COVID-19 Safety guidelines
Guests
  • Adult (12+)
  • Child (0-11)

Key Highlights

  • Explore Algonquin Provincial Park on a couple of hikes!
  • Choose either a Lake Opeongo kayak trip or a hike on the Algonquin Logging Museum’s historical trail!
  • Enjoy free breakfast, lunch, and dinner made at the campsite!
  • Roast marshmallows over an open fire and munch on delicious s’mores with your friends!
  • Your tent, sleeping bag, and camping fees are included!
  • Meet your friendly and resourceful guide!
  • Set up camp in the lush wilderness just 4 hours from Toronto!
  • Both printed and smartphone vouchers accepted!

Overview

Reconnect with nature and make some new friends during your Toronto trip when you take the Algonquin Camping Tour: An Adventurous Camping Experience from Toronto!

With your Algonquin Camping Tour: An Adventurous Toronto Experience tickets, you’ll appreciate the rugged, natural beauty of the Canadian wilderness. Leave the city behind and set up camp in the Algonquin Provincial Park. Enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow campers as you encourage each other to complete a moderately challenging hike. It’s one of the most adventurous things to do in Toronto if you want to brush up on your survival skills.

Meet your friendly and resourceful guide at Loblaws Supermarket and hop inside our comfortable 15-passenger van before taking a scenic drive up to the campsite. Pitch your tent, enjoy a short hike, and savor a tasty meal made at the campsite before turning in for the night. The next day, you can choose between kayaking on Lake Opeongo or hiking the historical Algonquin Logging Museum Trail. All of your camping equipment, first-aid supplies, and meals will be taken care of, which is why taking this tour is what to do in Toronto!

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    May: 26-27, 30-31

    June: 23-24

    July: 7-8, 11-12

    August: 1-2, 8-9, 27-28

    September: 15-16

    September 30 - October 1

  • Duration

    2 days, 1 night

  • Start time

    8am

  • Meeting Point

    2280 Dundas St. West (in the Loblaws parking lot just south of Dundas West Station)

  • Ending Point

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Algonquin Camping Tour: An Adventurous Toronto Experience
  • A 2-day camping tour in the Algonquin Provincial Park
  • Tent
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping pad
  • Pillow
  • Campground/Park Fees
  • 15 passenger van transportation
  • Dinner, Breakfast, and Lunch
  • Hike up Booth’s Rock Trail (2 hours)
  • Campfire & s’mores (weather permitting)
  • Lunch in Huntsville
  • Canoe/kayak rental (optional)

Please note

The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details. They’re a nice bunch and will happily answer any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organized activity to reconfirm.

No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)

So there is no last minute rush, please arrive 15 minutes early.

Each tent can accommodate 2 people. If you book for an odd number of people, then one member of your party may need to share a tent with others. If you are uncomfortable with this, you can opt for the single tent upgrade. Men and women will never be forced to share tents against their will.

Site may not have showers.

We are sorry that at this stage we are unable to accommodate wheelchairs on the trip.

We are committed to being eco-friendly by minimizing our “footprints” during our camping tours. This means we carpool to lower gas emissions, dispose all waste properly, minimize campfire impacts, respect Mother Nature, and leave as little trace as possible at campsites and in nature so that others may enjoy it.

These are some of the things you should bring along: Backpack,Toiletries, Clothing (for warm days and cool nights), Bug spray, Camera, Sunscreen, Sunglasses, Headlamp or Flashlight, Flip-flops, Water Bottle, Hiking Boots, Raincoat, Hat, Hand Sanitizer/Wet Wipes, Swimsuit, Spending Money, Towel (quick dry is best), and Medications.

travel inspiration from guidebook

  • Overcome Travel Blues during COVID-19 Pandemic with these Travel Books
    COVID Lockdown Tips
    Overcome Travel Blues during COVID-19 Pandemic with these Travel Books

    Overcome Travel Blues with Books

  • Travel during COVID-19? These movies come to your rescue!
    COVID Lockdown Tips
    Travel during COVID-19? These movies come to your rescue!

    Now travel from confines of your home!

  • Seville – In And Looking Beyond The Flamenco Town
    Inspiration
    Seville – In And Looking Beyond The Flamenco Town

    Dance in the Flamenco town