Park features on this map are representative only and may not accurately depict regulated park boundaries. For official map representation of provincial parks, visit Ontario's Crown Land Use Policy Atlas.
Gatehouse - East Gate
Achray - Achray Campground
Brent - Brent Campground
Canisbay Lake - Canisbay Lake Campground
Raccoon Lake - Raccoon Lake Campground
Kearney Lake - Kearney Lake Campground
Kiosk - Kiosk Campground
Lake of Two Rivers - Lake of Two Rivers Campground
Mew Lake - Mew Lake Campground
Pog Lake - Pog Lake Campground
Rock Lake - Rock Lake Campground
Tea Lake - Tea Lake Campground
Whitefish Lake - Whitefish Lake Group Campground
Trailhead - Bat Lake Trail
Trailhead - Booth's Rock Trail
Trailhead - Leaf Lake Ski Trails
Trailhead - Peck Lake Trail
Trailhead - Two Rivers Trail
Trailhead - Big Pines Trail
Trailhead - Hardwood Lookout Trail
Trailhead - Highland Backpacking Trail
Trailhead - Track & Tower Trail
Trailhead - Fen Lake Ski Trail
Trailhead - Spruce Bog Boardwalk
Trailhead - Hemlock Bluff Trail
Trailhead - Lookout Trail
Trailhead - Mizzy Lake Trail
Trailhead - Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail
Trailhead - Western Uplands Backpacking Trail
Trailhead - Barron Canyon Trail
Commercial Lodging - Bartlett Lodge
Trailhead - Beaver Pond
Museum - Logging Museum
Gatehouse - West Gate
Commercial Lodging - Arowhon Pines Lodge
Day Use - Lake of Two Rivers Picnic Ground and Beach
Day Use - Oxtongue River Picnic Ground
Backcountry Access Point - Opeongo Access Point
Day Use - Canisbay Lake Picnic Ground
Art Gallery - Art Centre
Commercial Lodging - Killarney Lodge
Day Use - Tea Lake Dam Picnic Ground
Point of Interest - Whitefish Pow Wow Site
Day Use - Costello Creek Picnic Grounds
Beach - East Beach
Outfitter - Portage Store & Canoe Centre
Outfitter - Two Rivers Store
Trailhead - Whiskey Rapids
Outfitters - Opeongo Store & Canoe Centre
Visitor Centre - Visitor Centre
Kawawaymog (Round) Lake - In South River on Hwy 11, turn east at Ottawa Avenue. Follow this road (paved for 15 km, then gravel) for 21.6 km to the Access Point Office.
Tim River - At Emsdale on Hwy 11, turn east and follow Hwy 518 for 8 km to Kearney. The Park Office can be found in the town of Kearney at 1734 Highway 518. Then continue on Hwy 518 for 14.4 km and turn right onto the Forestry Tower Road. Follow it for 19 km to the access point on the Tim River. Tim Lake, inside Algonquin Provincial Park, is 2 km downstream (east).
Magnetawan Lake - At Emsdale on Hwy 11, turn east and follow Hwy 518 for 8 km to Kearney. The Park Office can be found in the town of Kearney at 1734 Highway 518. Then continue on Hwy 518 for 14.4 km to the Forestry Tower Road and follow it for another 24.2 km to the access point.
Rain Lake - At Emsdale on Hwy 11, turn east and follow Hwy 518 for 8 km to Kearney. The Park Office can be found in the town of Kearney at 1734 Highway 518. Turn south at this corner onto Main Street and follow it across the bridge for 0.5 km. Turn east onto Rain Lake Rd. and follow this road (paved at first, then gravel) for 24.5 km straight through to the access point.
Canoe Lake - At km 14.1, a short road leads north to the Access Point Office.
Smoke Lake - At km 14.1, a short road leads south to the access point. Information is available at the Access Point Office on Canoe Lake (#5).
Source Lake - At km 20.1, follow a gravel road north for 1.6 km to the access point. Information is available at the West and East Gates, and the Access Point Office on Canoe Lake (#5).
Cache Lake - At km 23.5, follow a gravel road south for 200 metres to the access point. Information is available at the West and East Gates, and the Access Point Office on Canoe Lake (#5).
Rock Lake - At km 40.3, follow the Rock Lake Road (gravel) south for 8 km to the Rock Lake Office for information. Continue 150 metres to the access point.
Sunday Creek - At km 42.5, Hwy 60 crosses Sunday Creek, providing an access point. Parking is available at the nearby Spruce Bog Boardwalk trail entrance. Information is available at the West and East Gates.
Lake Opeongo - At km 46.3, follow the Opeongo Road north for 6.2 km to the Access Point Office.
Galeairy Lake - At Whitney, 5.6 km east of the East Gate on Hwy 60, turn south on Ottawa Street and continue 0.7 km to Second Avenue, turn right and follow a short gravel road to the public boat launch. Overnight parking available at 41 Hay Creek Road in Whitney. Information is available at the East Gate.
Hollow River-Dividing Lake - From Hwy 35, 1.1 km north of the village of Dorset, turn east onto County Road 8 (Kawagama Lake Road). Follow this road 0.8 km to the intersection with County Road 12 (Livingstone Lake Road). Follow County Road 12 for 23.1 km to the landing/parking area. Information is available by contacting the Park at 613-637-2780 ext. 229 or at the West Gate.
Kingscote Lake - From Hwy 648, 1.6 km east of the village of Harcourt, follow the Elephant Lake Road north for 12.3 km. Turn left onto the Kingscote Lake Road and follow it for 7 km. Keep right to the access point. Information is available by contacting the Park at 613-637-2780 ext. 229.
Hay Lake - From Hwy 127, 9.9 km south of Hwy 60, follow the McRae-Hay Lake Road west for 4.6 km, keeping to the left, to the public boat launch. A 4 km paddle takes you to the boundary of Algonquin. Information is available at the East Gate.
Shall Lake - From the village of Madawaska on Hwy 60, follow the Major Lake Road (paved, then gravel) NW for 26.2 km (crossing the hydroelectric transmission corridor) to the Access Point Office.
Aylen Lake - From Hwy 60, 11.8 km east of the village of Madawaska, follow the Aylen Lake Road north for 7.8 km, turn left crossing over a dam and continue 0.4 km, turn left onto North Aylen Lake Road (gravel) and continue for 9km to the access point parking lot. From the parking lot you portage 4km into Wilkins Lake on the cart trail. Information available by contacting the Park at 613-637-2780 ext. 229.
Basin Lake - From a point on Hwy 58, 7.3 km north of Round Lake Centre, travel to Bonnechere Provincial Park for permits and information for the Basin Lake area. Proceed to Turner’s Road/Basin Depot Lake Road (opposite the Bonnechere Park entrance) and travel 16 km (on pavement, then gravel) to the Park boundary which provides access to Basin Lake (at km 14.3), Foys Lake (at km 23.6), and to the Bonnechere River at the hydroelectric transmission corridor (at km 35).
Mallard/Sec Lakes - From the Sand Lake Gate, go back 2.5 km east, turn right, and proceed 2 km to the lake.
McManus Lake - At a point 6.4 km beyond the Sand Lake Gate, turn right (north) and proceed 8.3 km to the south end of McManus Lake. Note that travel below McManus Lake on the Petawawa River is prohibited because of the military artillery range, and travel upstream is difficult beyond Whitson Lake. This access point serves chiefly as a pick-up spot for canoeists descending the Petawawa River from Lake Travers.
Grand Lake-Achray - At a point 19.2 km west of the Sand Lake Gate, turn left and proceed 4.8 km to the access point and Achray Campground.
Lake Travers - Continue on the main road past the Sand Lake Gate for 54.4 km before reaching the access point at the mouth of the Petawawa River at the SW tip of Lake Travers.
Bissett Creek Road - From Pembroke, travel west on Hwy 17 for 93.6 km, then go south for 18 km on Bissett Creek Road (gravel) to the access point at the park boundary. Information is available at the Brent Access Point Office on Brent Road.
Wendigo Lake - Just west of Deux Rivières on Hwy 17, turn south on Brent Road (gravel) and travel 0.5 km to the Access Point Office. Continue 16 km and turn left onto the Wendigo Lake access road, 1.9 km to the access point.
North River Lake - Just west of Deux Rivières on Hwy 17, turn south on Brent Road (gravel) and travel 0.5 km to the Access Point Office. Then travel 26.4 km on the Brent Road to the access point on the North River.
Cedar Lake-Brent - Just west of Deux Rivières on Hwy 17, turn south on Brent Road (gravel) and travel 0.5 km to the Access Point Office. Then continue on the Brent Road for 40 km to the access point and Brent Campground.
Brain Lake - From a point on Hwy 17, 10.7 km west of Mattawa, turn south on the Calvin Township Road (gravel). Follow this road for 2.1 km then turn right and travel for another 2.1 km; turn left and proceed for 4.2 km, past the first intersection. At the second intersection, turn right and follow this road for 20.1 km to the access point on the SW shore of Brain Lake.
Kioshkokwi Lake-Kiosk - From Hwy 17, 17.6 km west of Mattawa, follow Hwy 630 south for 30.4 km to the Access Point Office.
Western Uplands Backpacking Trail Via Rain Lake - At Emsdale on Hwy 11, turn east and follow Hwy 518 for 8 km to Kearney. The Park Office can be found in the town of Kearney at 1734 Highway 518. Turn south at this corner onto Main Street and follow it across the bridge for 0.5 km. Turn east onto Rain Lake Rd. and follow this road (paved at first, then gravel) for 24.5 km straight through to the access point.
Highland Backpacking Trail - At km 29.7 on Hwy 60, a short gravel road leads south to a parking lot and the entrance to the trail on the shore of Pewee Lake. Information is available by contacting the Park or by visiting the Mew Lake Campground from late April through October.
Eastern Pines Backpacking Trail - Trail via Sand Lake Gate/Achray. See Access Point #22 (Grand Lake-Achray).
Canisbay Lake Paddle-In Campsites - At km 23.1 on Hwy 60, a paved road leads north for 1 km to the Canisbay Lake Campground Office for information, and the Canisbay Lake day-use area provides parking for, and access to, the paddle-in sites.