Plan a group getaway at Northern Edge:
Planning a group retreat at our Algonquin Park home is easier than you may think: Your bucket list dreams are about to come true – and the food’s great too!
Guests who take part in a private group getaway experience at the Edge know the best way to truly connect is to leave technology behind and spend quality time with one another – distraction free. No Facetime, Zoom calls, texts, emails or social media to take you away from fostering connections with the people who are right in front of you.
Custom-designed retreats are our specialty.
Our passionate & skilled hosts will deliver a one-of-a-kind, extra-ordinary group retreat experience that you can only get here, on the edge of Algonquin Park at our off-grid forest sanctuary.
Spend quality time together, exploring a great variety of activities designed to reconnect your group. Whether you are looking for nature connection, adventure, rejuvenation, local food & culture, or social time, we’ve got you covered.
Disconnect to Reconnect:
It’s all included: Memorable guided experiences, , a variety of activities based on program selection, meals built with care from locally sourced ingredients and cozy forest accommodations . . . all at special pricing that your group deserves.
Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at 888 383 8320 ext 2 and we’ll help you plan a retreat your group will remember for years to come.
Praise for the Edge…
- "A truly unique experience that was well worth the trip from Vancouver to join my colleagues in Ontario. A valuable (and possibly necessary) experience for the growth of any serious company. Thanks again."
-Ted Denniston, Vice President, Halsall Associates
- "Not even 3 feet of snow could stop us from experiencing the many treasures that exist in this neck of the woods of Ontario. We ate some of the best food I have ever had, were treated like royalty and slept soundly each night. There are so many surprises one can experience with Northern Edge - really a great example of how to do tourism right!"
-Jonathan Foster, Gros Morne Institute for Sustainable Tourism
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