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Algonquin Lodging & Restaurants


Algonquin Accommodations and Restaurants

Although park visitors are keen campers, there are a lot of other options if your visiting the park. In the backcountry you'll find the Old Rangers Cabins, which have been restored for a rustic backcountry experience. Yurts are available in some of the campgrounds with enough room for a family to spend a few days. Of course there are several lodgings in the park that allowing for some real pampering, including excellent dining and lakeside views. Just outside the parks gates and in the surrounding areas you 'll find a lot of other possibilities ranging from youth hostels to hotels. For information on front country and backcountry camping in the park see our camping section.

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There are eight yurts available for rent in the park. The yurts are located at the Mew Lake and Achray campgrounds. Mew Lake is just off of Highway 60 along the parks main corridor. Achray is access from Highway 17 northeast of the park. Yurt reservations are available online through the Ontario Parks' website.

Yurts of Algonquin - A new experience in winter camping.


Old Ranger Cabins

The Old Ranger Cabins are rustic retreats in the wilderness with few amenities. A perfect setting to get away from it all for a while. Most cabins are accessed by canoe but a few have road access (may be rough). Contact the park through the Ontario Parks website for details on rental costs, reservations, regulations, access and facilities.

  • Big Crow Cabin - Central Section
  • Birchcliffe Cabin - Northern Section
  • Bissett Road Cabin - Northern Section
  • Brent Ranger Cabin
  • Brent Deputy Cabin
  • Crooked Chute Cabin - Eastern Section
  • Highview Cabin - Western Section
  • Kiosk Cabin - Northern Section
  • Kitty Lake Cabin - Southern Section
  • Lost Coin Lake Cabin - Northern Section
  • McKaskill Lake Cabin - Southern Section
  • Rain Lake Cabin - Western Section
  • Tattler Lake Cabin - Southern Section
  • Wenda Lake Cabin - Eastern Section



Algonquin doesn't have huts in the true sense of the word but it does have yurts and the old ranger cabins which can be rented. The ranger cabins are located in the back country in the interior of the park. Contact the park for details.

See our Camping section for information on front country and backcountry canoe and backpack camping.




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