Nourish Yourself at our Algonquin Park Retreat Centre

Reclaim your extra-ordinary life; feel renewed, inspired and transformed.

A leader in transformational travel, Northern Edge Algonquin creates & hosts all-inclusive nature retreats for small groups of 10-35 participants.  Our guests unplug in nature for multi-day experiences at our Ontario Retreat Centre that reconnect, recharge, and re-inspire.

Breathe in the quiet and serenity of our Algonquin Park home.

Sleep comfortably in eco-cabins designed in harmony with our forest home, nourish yourself with organic & locally-sourced foods crafted with care, and participate in tailored experiences with locals including storytellers, artists, musicians, naturalists, yoga and wellness facilitators, food growers and chefs.

A sanctuary from technology, cell phones and constant connectivity, Northern Edge Algonquin Retreat & Awareness Centre is located near Toronto, just a few hours away from your everyday city life. Slip away from the world with us for a few days of adventure, restoration, rejuvenation.

All-Inclusive retreats at our solar-powered Algonquin Park, Ontario nature retreat center are hosted by inspiring retreat facilitators who help guests rediscover ourselves, empower one another and restore our connection to the earth.

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#9 of 1107 Speciality lodging in Ontario

  • "Heaven on earth! This place is so amazing, if you are looking to escape the noise of the city, and unwind, you will not regret coming here. The hospitality and food are incredible, the place is spacious and has lovely grounds. A huge thank you to the amazing chef Greg, the awesome Tim, who played music and sang for us at night, and the wonderful family who own the land and let us into their home. Thank you thank you thank you! We will be back for a winter retreat for sure!"
    -Ahmad Atalla, July 2018
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  • "The best part was that while we were hosting the retreat for our students, it didn’t feel like we were working at all. We really felt like we were taking part in a retreat as well. We got to do what we love, teach some yoga, be with our friends, make some new friends and really just enjoy the outdoors and relax . . . We made connections that we never had a chance to make before. We were able to do a lot of bonding and really just get to know each other on a completely different level . . ."
    -Andrew Moniz, Owner, One Tiger Yoga
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  • "The staff is attentive, passionate about creating a restful experience for you and have thought of everything. The buildings are spotless and cozy and the facilities are beautiful, well laid out and fit into the natural environment. And the food -- the best, most plentiful, creative, delicious, organic local food imaginable... The sauna was the highlight for me, dipping into the lake and back into the sauna all afternoon meant my body was fully renewed. The yoga studio overlooking the lake and the meditation room are peaceful and lay the groundwork for a wonderful transformative retreat."
    -Anna Hardwick, October 2018
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  • "Chef Gregor was a magician at creating fabulous meals from his tiny kitchen overlooking the snow covered lake. He had his guests drooling with anticipation as he recited before each meal the local ingredients (from herbs to meats, fresh pressed basil oil to Scotch ale) that composed his menu of organic delights. His passion for the environment and partnering with local growers make each meal an adventure in its own right. And he met each dietary request with ease, including glutin-free and vegan. Everyone raved over each meal. And so we were all content to contribute to the technology free environment by hand washing our dishes in hot sudsy well water, laughing with our new friends over drying and putting away techniques. Ending the day with a cup of their incredible blend of organic coffee or hot chocolate, especially after a late afternoon skate on the pond or a game of cards with other visitors, was an added bonus."
    -Brenda Morgan, January 2016
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