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Alqonguin Park South Gate

Undiscovered Access

The South Gate

Throughout time relatively few have discovered Algonquin from the bottom up. Far removed from the bustling East and West gates we like to think of our local access as being a much more relaxing experience. Although you’ll find the cell phone signal begin to fade away you’ll soon find why the South Gate is a quiet corner on the map that enjoys a closer connection to the park while offering many amenities and services to fuel your adventure. Visit our Stay, Eat or Play pages to find amenities and services to suit your adventure. See below for more information on how to visit Algonquin Park via the South Gate.

Algonquin Park

Access point

Park information can be found at Deep Roots Adventure or Pine Grove Point. To get into the Kingscote Lake Access point from Highway 648, 1.6 kilometre east of the village of Harcourt, Ontario, follow the Elephant Lake Road (paved) north for 12.3 kilometres. Turn left onto the Kingscote Lake Road and follow it for 7 kilometres. Turn right to the Access Point.

Algonquin Park

Backcountry Camping

Backcountry Camping Reservations for Algonquin Park must be be made online on the Algonquin Park website.

Be sure to purchase you passes before you travel, as cell phone data can be spotty in this area.

Find the booking page at the link below.

Algonquin Park

Day Passes

Day passes for the Algonquin Park hiking trails and mountain biking trails must be made online on the Algonquin Park website. Find the booking page at the link below.

Be sure to purchase you passes before you travel, as cell phone data can be spotty in this area.

Find the booking page at the link below.