Social Groups & Reunions at Algonquin Park
Bucket list dreams are coming true, and the food is great too!
Our guests know the best way to truly connect is to leave technology behind and spend quality time with one another with no distractions.
With an experience tailored for every group, our passionate & skilled hosts will deliver a one-of-a-kind, extra-ordinary experience that you can only get here, on the edge of Algonquin Park.
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
We specialize in customizing Algonquin Park experiences for social groups of all kinds, including:
It’s all included, memorable guided experiences, culinary delights and warm cozy accommodation in the forest . . . all at special pricing that groups deserve. Give us a call or email to tell us a bit about your group and we’ll help you plan something memorable.
Groups of 10 – 35 sleep comfortably in our forest accommodations, enjoy meals built with care from local ingredients, and participate in a variety of activities based on their program selection.
Praise for the Edge:
"We enjoyed every moment of our Making Tracks getaway to Northern Edge. From the incredible dog sledding adventure with Ed, to the wildlife sightings, snowshoeing, cross country skiing and jumping in the snow after luxuriating in the Finnish sauna, our adventure was amazing. We loved the "off the grid" appeal of the facilities (only solar power so don't expect the Hilton and there is no wifi) which was further enhanced by the glowing fireplaces throughout, the cozy slippers waiting to warm some toes, the rustic decor of the lodging."
-Brenda Morgan, January 2016
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- "We were there on a perfect summer weekend, and spent our time swimming, biking, hiking, paddle boarding, canoeing, relaxing and meeting/enjoying other guests. Courtney, our group leader was so instrumental in keeping the group of 14 engaged for the weekend. She was a great teacher for the water sports and her main concern was that everyone enjoyed the experience and was meeting the guests’ expectations. She never pressured anyone to participate. There was ample time to spend on your own or join in with the group. It truly was an unplugged weekend, with no cell phone or internet access, but in a good healthy way."
-Karen Nesbitt, July 2018
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