Algonquin Trails Camping Resort

Address: 2883 Hwy 60, Dwight, Muskoka, Ontario, P0A 1H0, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 2883 Hwy 60, Dwight.
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        Travel Blogs from Dwight

        Cranberry Festival!

        A travel blog entry by antoniosmyth on Oct 18, 2015

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        ... way. It's a fine morning, though forecast to close in and rain later on, so better get cracking.

        Our first stop is at KM13, the Hardwood Trail which is just a short track to a lookout across a lake. Short, maybe. But no-one said anything about uphill, rocks and roots. Never mind, it's lovely walking in the forest, some snow on the ground, sun peeking through, windy and biting cold, leaves dropping all around. Still some colour about, but mostly now a ...

        Three Mile Lake

        A travel blog entry by vbbennie on Sep 24, 2015

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        ... ceiling. The fireplace had been built by the Gibson brothers, so one side was neat and the other side messy - reflecting the personality of each brother. We saw the spot where mum picked blueberries, saw the bunkhouse that was built in 1935, the boatshed (on verge of collapse) and the icehouse. The cottage was built on the narrow part of the island so had a waterview out both sides. It is hard to express our feelings at being on the island and seeing the ...

        Lunch at Orillia, Lake Simcoe and Lake Couchiching

        A travel blog entry by vbbennie on Sep 23, 2015

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        Drove north of Toronto, past many lakes. Stopped for lunch at north end of Lake Simcoe. Later went to Lake of Bays in search of Kilgours' cottage, but were unable to find it. Stopped at Maple Farm, small business with a couple who started it up two years ago. Had a bit of a tour and, of course, bought real maple syrup. Not far from there was Pioneer ...

        Algonquin Park (Moose Tours)

        A travel blog entry by renikar on Sep 19, 2015

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        ... then) about the history and the current use of the Park. Basically, settlers found the Park and were amazed because of the numerous big pine trees all around. They began to chop the trees down and sell or trade them. One of the settlers said there were enough trees to last for 700 years - after only 17 years they had almost every pine cut down. Therefore they made a law that for every tree chopped down, they had to plant new ones. Accordingly, the Park got handled more sustainable from ...

        Last weekend of Summer 2015

        A travel blog entry by lucymchan on Sep 06, 2015

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        Sai and I spent it at the lake with Elaine, Chris, Dylan and Kieran. The boys are bundle of happiness, full of excitement, wonder, learning and playing. That's why we are at our happy place. The dinner at Electric was delicious and the service was hips and fun. We drove back on our boat in ...