Algonquin

Algonquin - Kiosk

Birding

More than 260 bird species have been recorded in the Park. Many southern and overseas birders make special trips to Algonquin just to see northern specialties such as the Gray Jay and the Spruce Grouse, not to mention the rich variety of warblers or Algonquin’s most famous bird of all—the Common Loon, found nesting on just about every lake.

Boating

Boats with motors of 20 horsepower or less may be used Kioshkokwi Lake.

Canoeing

Campers at the Kiosk Campground can enjoy a day paddle on Kioshkokwi Lake. This lake is also the starting point for a number of interior canoe routes through the park.

Fishing

Kioshkokwi Lake is a large lake with a healthy population of Lake Trout. Outboard motors are limited to 20 hp on this lake. The nearby Amable du Fond River has good Brook Trout fishing.

Hunting

Hunting in this park is subject to the Ontario Hunting Regulations. Certain restrictions apply. For more information, contact the park or a Ministry of Natural Resources offices.

Swimming

Like all lakes at Algonquin, Kioshkokwi is clean, clear and inviting for swimming. A beach area is located in the campground.