Ontario is Canada’s most populous province and also its second largest. It contains over 250,000 fresh-water lakes, which means it offers lots of destinations for canoeing. Ontario also boasts many provincial parks popular with canoeist. Algonquin Provincial Park and Quetico Provincial Parks are the two most well-developed and well-known canoeing parks, but parks such as remote Wabakimi Provincial Park and Woodland Caribou Provincial Park offer secluded trips into an untouched boreal forest. Ontario, as expected for a province with over 250,000, has many Ontario canoe outfitters ranging from simple liveries to full-service outfitters that offer trips into the remote reaches of the state.
Ontario Canoeing Guidebooks
- A Paddler’s Guide to Weekend Wilderness Adventures in Southern Ontario
- Frommer’s Algonquin Provincial Park
- A Paddler’s Guide to Quetico and Beyond
Ontario Canoe Outfitters
2067 Victoria St N
Breslau, Ontario N0B1M0
Canoe and Kaya Manufacture, building a complete line of John Winters Designed boats. We make cedar, kevlar, fibreglass, and carbon layups.
We have a small retail store on site with most of you paddling gear needs.
Offering demo paddling on site classes and instruction for basic canoeing and kayaking by certified instructors
Area Served: Kitchener/ Waterloo/ Southwestern Ontario
Other Areas Served:
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Treks In The Wild – Canoe and Kayak Rentals
178 Albion Street
Brantford, Ontario N3T 3N2
Canoe and Kayak Rentals on Grand River. We are an outdoor adventure company located on the Grand River only 1 hour from Toronto, Ontario.
Area Served: Ontario, Canada, The Grand River, Northern Ontario
Other Areas Served: Algonquin Park, Temagami, Killarney
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