Kayaking Trip Reports
Aren't overnight paddling trips awesome? I love the satisfaction of getting safely to my destination, enjoying the call of a loon on a pristine lake, and watching the stars in solitude away from the sounds and distractions of daily life.
My first overnight kayak trip was at Bon Echo Provincial Park in 2011, and since then my trips have grown longer and more remote. I love Algonquin Provincial Park for so many reasons, notably its remoteness, wildlife, scenery, and variety. I shy away from Algonquin's typical Highway 60 access points and search for more obscure access points that offer more solitude. Do you have a suggestion for a trip that I might like? I'd love to hear it! Why don't you contact me?
|Date||Park||Access Point||Where Camped|
|September 22-23, 2017||Algonquin||10 (Sunday Creek)||Norway Lake|
|May 7-9, 2013||Algonquin||8 (Cache Lake)||Head Lake|
|September 28-29, 2012||Algonquin||A14 (Sunday Lake)||Sunday Lake|
|August 4-8, 2012||Algonquin||22 (Grand Lake - Achray)||High Falls Lake, Opalescent Lake, Barron River|
|July 7-10, 2012||Algonquin||29 (Kioshkokwi Lake)||Cauchon Lake, Laurel Lake, Mink Lake|
|June 15-17, 2012||Algonquin||17 (Shall Lake)||Mole Lake, Booth Lake|
|May 11-13, 2012||Algonquin||8 (Cache Lake)||Tanamakoon Lake, Little Island Lake|
|September 16-18, 2011||Algonquin||A14 (Sunday Lake)||Sproule Lake|
|September 10-11, 2011||Algonquin||15 (Kingscote Lake)||Kingscote Lake|
|August 28-29, 2011||Bon Echo||Joeperry Lake||Joeperry Lake|