ALGONQUIN PROVINCIAL PARK ONTARIO WATERPROOF ADVENTURE MAP
Spanning an area about one and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island (7,653 km²/2,955 mi²), Algonquin Park is one of Canada’s most popular Provincial Parks – just one step into this stunningly beautiful area will make it clear why. Sprawling forests of red and white pine surround an endless patchwork of pristine lakes, where moose swim next to your kayak or canoe and a secluded water-access campsite is never too far away. Trails and canoe routes extend deep into Algonquin’s fabled wilderness, giving you an escape from the hustle of modern life for an afternoon or for weeks at a time. At night, a glittering canvas of stars spreads across the unpolluted sky as the feral call of the wolf echoes in the distance. Trout swim the many lakes and rivers in large numbers, just waiting for you to drop a line. Whether you prefer camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing or all of the above, Algonquin Park is yours to explore. From the Barron Canyon to the Highway 60 Corridor, from the East Gate to the West Gate to Brent and beyond, this is a wild wonderland of limitless outdoor adventure.
To help you better navigate this magical part of Canada, the Backroad Mapbook team has put together a new two-in-one park map that includes all of the details you will need to make the most out of your Algonquin adventure. This next-generation park map covers the entire park area on one side, with all if its canoe routes, campsites, portage distances and trails. The other side of the map focuses specifically on the Highway 60 Corridor and the almost overwhelming amount of adventures and activities you can access along this main route. This map also includes helpful planning tools like a canoe route chart (complete with distance and difficulty), trail chart, campsite details, stocked fish chart and more. We also direct you to the best Algonquin outfitters such as Algonquin Bound. Best of all, this 71 cm x 102 cm (28" x 40") map is printed on durable waterproof paper and represents the height of cartographic sophistication with easy-to-read colour coding and unparalleled topographic detail. You will not find a better guide to Algonquin Park anywhere!