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Toronto CityPass
"CityPASS is the best deal in the cultural Mecca of the great white North with actual tickets to these premier attractions:CN Tower Casa Loma Royal Ontario Museum Ripley's Aquarium of Canada Option Ticket: T such as hours of operation transportation information contact information and insiders' tips so you can get the most out of your vacation - yet it is so compact it will fit into your back pocket. It's all you need to see the best of Toronto!""""Most FAMOUS attractions at ONE AMAZING price with plenty of time to see it all! See the CN Tower Casa Loma
From $64.00
 
Small-Group Niagara Falls Day Tour from Toronto with Boat Cruise
"Experience some of the most fantastic attractions on this small-group tour of Niagara Falls by air-conditioned mini bus or coach. This 9 hour day trip will show you all the points of interest on the Canadian side of the Falls. Enjoy panoramic premier vie the Niagara Parkway the Toronto Power House Giant Whirlpool Horseshoe Falls Floral Clock Brock's Monument in Queenston Heights
From CAD129.00
 
Luxury Private Tour of Niagara Falls From Toronto
"What could be better than a tour of Niagara Falls in a Lincoln Town Car? With your own personal driver guide see Niagara Falls at your own pace. Your 8-hour tour begins with complimentary pickup from your hotel in Toronto. From there the drive to Niagara Falls is about 90 minutes. Your fully qualified and highly experienced driver will take you through the streets of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls. Ask your driver to take you along a route specially chosen by you. Or let your stopping off at the major sights and stopping on request to take photographs. Your driver will also provide full commentary packed with anecdotes you won’t find in any guidebook! Design your own itinerary with your driver on your travel day or see the following sights on a general tour. The first stop is Skylon Tower to see the the legendary falls from the 775 feet above stre visit the Journey Behind the Falls which has two outdoor observation decks and two portals located directly behind Niagara Falls - giving you a very intimate experienceFor the third leg of the tour
From CAD795.00

More Things to Do in Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Portage - Store and outfitters.

I will add this tip under things to do even though this is a store, as this is the last opportunity for fuel before you enter Algonquin park. At this store they rent out canoes and kayaks and sell...
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Regina1965
Jun 02, 2011

The Grand Lake and Achray Campground.

After our hike on Barron Canyon Trail Greg and I went to Grand Lake where the Achray campground is located. I found this place to be heaven on earth, I had no idea that there were golden beaches in...
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Regina1965
Jun 02, 2011

Sand Lake Gate - entrance to the park.

We entered the park at Sand Lake Gate, which is where you pay the entrance fee and get info on the park. We only wanted to stay for one day so we paid CAD 15 for a day permit for two people. But of...
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Regina1965
Jun 02, 2011

The Barron Canyon.

Our goal was to hike on the Barron Canyon trail. It is an easy trail, marked by a blue dot on some trees, but it is really not possible to get lost on this trail. Only at the very beginning does it go...
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Regina1965
Jun 02, 2011

Fall Colours

Southern Ontario has arguably the most beautiful autumns of all of Canada. Algonquin is one of the recommended places to experience this beauty in (roughly) late September to mid-October. Check out...
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Babzz
Apr 04, 2011

Opeongo Store & Access Point to the Interior

There is a boat launch, canoe and other equipment rentals, water taxi service, a gift shop and an interior camping registration office.Algonquin has over 2000km of canoe routes! Lake Opeongo is the...
mim95
Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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Dorset

We made another stop in the village of Dorset, to get a cup of coffee and stretch our legs. During a cold winter day like this there is not so much to do and see in Dorset. But if you come here in the...
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sim1
Feb 24, 2010

Algonquin Park

The most likely way that you enter the park is through the West Gate. And the first thing you will see is this welcome sign:You are now entering Algonquin, the oldest and most famous Provincial Park...
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sim1
Feb 24, 2010

Rent a canoe and paddle on out.

So you can do a day paddle and cone the sorounding lakes, or you can go on an overnight trip.If you plan on camping overnight you will need a back country permit. They come on first come first serve...
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heitzenrater
Jul 09, 2008

Hunt out the wild life!

While your out on the trail or water take time to enjoy the wildlife. Many people who go look for the infamous moose. There is much more to enjoy. Take time to look for the more subtle and ignored...
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heitzenrater
Jul 08, 2008

Highlands back packing trail

Highland Trail has 12 and 22 miles (19 and 35 km) paths.Day 1 - We entered the trail and walked with packs to Provoking lake east end (aprox 4-5 miles). We did this with packs and then set up camp.Day...
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heitzenrater
Jul 08, 2008

Easy canoe route

By far, the easiest canoe route for beginners is... arggh... just went looking for my Algonquin Canoe route map and I can't find it. Anyway, I'll describe it and when you get a map you'll see what I...
darkmage2002
Mar 16, 2008

Algonquin Art Gallery

If you are interested in the art of the park, some dating back to the early 1900s and others done in the past year, please stop by the Art Gallery, at mile 20 I believe.There are some lovely paintings...
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CdnJane
Jul 05, 2006

The end of the hike

The end of the trail. The first hike of our trip is now under our belts. Though very short there was plenty to see, from the spindly Black Spruce to lush green carpets of moss. There are 11 stops...
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Jfsmith21
Nov 08, 2005

Top Hotels in Algonquin Provincial Park

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2893 Hwy 60, RR # 1, P0A1H0
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Hwy 60 at km 23.5, P.O. Box 10004, PIH 2G8, Canada
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4568 Highway 60, P1H 1A2 Ca, Canada
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Nipissing Road, K0J 2M0, Canada
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Top 5 Algonquin Provincial Park Writers

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sim1

"Wow, Algonquin Provincial Park! So beautiful!"
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richiecdisc

"An Algonquin Teamwork Blueprint"
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mim95

"Algonquin...A Paradise...for Moose"
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epicult

"True Canadian Adventure"
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NC_Ziggy

"Away from the Freeway, and into Algonquin!"
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