Voyageur Quest

Location: Ontario | Canada

Wilderness tour company Voyageur Quest provides bespoke canoeing excursions, camping trips and lodge stays in the stunning Algonquin National Park. One of the best ways to experience some of Canada’s most beautiful environments, spend your days canoeing on freshwater lakes in summer, or snowshoeing through the caribou-crowded forests in winter.
Perfect forThere’s something for everyone; from memorable family adventures to charming romantic getaways.
In the knowThe lack of electricity means you can truly get away from modern distractions.

Recommended for...

  • Eco-tourism
  • Family-friendly
  • Food & Wine
  • Hideaway

Hotel Overview


Algonquin National Park, Ontario.

Rooms at Voyageur Quest

Depending on your trip, accommodation varies from a humble tent in the wilderness to a private island retreat. Whilst most excursions involve camping, you can also stay in one of three separate rustically-refined properties, dotted around the park.

The log cabin is perfect for small groups of friends, and provides a more comfortable experience if camping’s not your thing. Its enormous fireplace, cosy wood-fired sauna and large sunset-viewing deck make great social spaces, all overlooking Surprise Lake.

Catering for up to 15, the cottage outpost is slightly more spacious, and features a floating log-fired sauna, perfect for warming up after a freshwater swim.

Only couples are allowed to stay in the island retreat, situated right in the middle of Kawawaymog Lake. An ex-park ranger’s home, this cosy cabin features a spacious upper deck and offers guests total privacy.

Food and Facilities

Delicious gourmet country meals are slowly cooked over the camp fire on the camping excursions, whilst lodge guests, including those on the island retreat, can order groceries for the duration of their stay. If you stay in the log cabin, a cabin cook is on hand to rustle up tasty comfort food and freshly baked goodies.

Activities at Voyageur Quest

Summer activities include guided canoeing and hiking excursions, trout fishing, swimming, mountain biking and wildlife viewing. Ice fishing, snowshoeing, skiing and dog sledding take place in winter.

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