Spanning an area of 7,653 km2 (2,955 mi2), Algonquin Provincial Park is one of Canada's largest and most popular provincial parks. Visitors to this Ontario park will quickly understand the popularity of sprawling forests of red and white pine surrounding an endless patchwork of pristine lakes (around 2,400 in total) that are perfect for paddling. A secluded, water-access campsite is always just around the corner and several fantastic hikes lead deep into the scenic forests. Waterproof and designed to withstand the elements (it even floats) this two-in-one park map includes an unparalleled level of detail and covers the entire park area on one side and the Highway 60 Corridor on the other side.
Providing everything in one place to help you enjoy your Algonquin Provincial Park adventures, the maps chart out all the park's canoe routes, with access points, front and backcountry campsites, unique attractions, portages, trails, and more. Anglers looking for the best locations to fish Algonquin Park will love the fact that the lakes and rivers are labelled with sportfish species and lake stocking information. Whether you are planning a day trip to the park or a multi-day adventure, this recently updated and reviewed map gives you the most comprehensive coverage available for one of Canada's most popular parks!