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Late Season Winter Camping In Algonquin – Who Needs Snowshoes? There’s something about the calming white abyss and the feeling of complete isolation that forges a passion for winter camping within a person. For my girl and I, it’s pristine wilderness without the bugs or people; a place where a warm fire really does make or break the night, and a place where the sky is never more alight with stars, and… Read More

It’s Never Too Late – Camping Algonquin Park’s Interior in late March The beauty of a forest covered in a blanket of white is hard to accurately describe. As we take each step down the narrow trail path and listen to that familiar crunch of snow beneath our feet we’re captivated by the pristine condition of this wilderness. Although we’re aware that we’re not the only people that choose to winter camp… Read More

In the Autumn, the farther north you head in Ontario, the more awestruck you are by the vast beauty that mother nature reveals. As I sit in the 2002 Ford Freestar heading north of Highway 11, I begin to see the thick reds, vibrant oranges, and piercing yellows become more and more defined the further I drive. This eventually leads me to Algonquin Provincial Park. We had decided to test out the… Read More