Reunion Retreats in Algonquin Park

Reconnect on an unplugged reunion retreat just north of Muskoka

Whether you are looking to gather your family, graduating class or old co-workers after too much time apart, Northern Edge Algonquin is sure to make it a memorable experience. 

Reunion retreats at our home on the north west edge of Algonquin Park are tailored to the needs and desires of each group, and the entire lakeside facility is yours for the weekend. 

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.

Customize your reunion retreat with…

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How it Works:

Select your date. Contact us to confirm availability.

Select your Retreat Program.

We’ll set up a booking portal for each attendee to book their preferred accommodation & pay for their portion.

All-Inclusive Pricing:

Program fees are per-person and based on your reunion retreat program selection. Meals and accommodations start at $229/person/night (kids pricing is available for kids under 10, providing minimum numbers are reached with adults).

This also includes the use of equipment, materials and our expert hosting services.

Next Steps

With a date in mind, email [email protected] or give us a call at 888 383 8320. We’ll be happy to answer your questions, check availability, and provide you with any extra info that you need before you place your deposit.

Praise for the Edge:

  • "I feel so grateful to write a second review for this unique and authentic facility, its programs, its values and its spiritual grounding. Once again, the physical setting was so ideal for this [Heart Blossom] retreat. We drummed, danced, dined like kings and played in the water to reconnect with our inner selves and our collective power to support and care for one another. All the superlative adjectives in the world would barely scratch the surface of how special this place is in so many ways. Make time for it, if it calls to you. You won't be disappointed."
    -Tanya Marwitz, August 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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