Burnt Island Lake Canoe Trip
July 13 @ 6:00 am - July 15 @ 3:00 pm$349
Your Algonquin Experience July 13-14-15
Arrival at Canoe Lake Algonquin Park at 9:00 am. We will at this time have a canoe, Portage and safety lesson. After we are all comfortable we will embark on Canoe Lake and head North to our first Portage. We may stop and see the waterfall along the way. Our first Portage will be 295 meters. Once we have completed this Portage we will then paddle Joe Lake, Little Joe Lake and then another Portage of 435 meters. We will then be on Baby Joe lake. We will then paddle to a 10 meter lift over to Burnt Island Lake. Once on the lake we will source out a perfect campsite for the trip. Along the way we eat our lunch, Once on the campsite we will set up everyone’s tents and prepare dinner. If we are still in warm weather maybe even take a swim. We will eat, sing, drink and relax around the fire.
Once we are all up we will have breakfast. After breakfast you are free to enjoy the day. You can fish swim do yoga on the rocks, sleep, meditate, whatever your heart desires. We all live busy lives it is nice sometimes to just relax and enjoy the moment. During the day I will prepare breakfast, lunch and dinner. You will be well fed.
We will wake up and have a big brunch. We will then pack up camp and make sure we have left nothing behind. We will head out by noon and make our way back the way we came. When we return to Canoe Lake we will take a group photo sort the gear and say our goodbyes.
TRIP MEALS (all can be substituted by trout if caught)
DAY 1 Lunch: Cold meat or cheese sandwiches Dinner: Korean BBQ
DAY 2 Breakfast: Bacon, eggs and oatmeal with special toppings Lunch: Hamburgers and salad Dinner: Korean Stu
DAY 3 Breakfast: Pancakes and sausage Lunch: fajita
If you have any food allergies please advise.
This is a sample Menu. It will be very close to actual meals.
I want you all to remember to bring snacks. You will be burning lots of energy and will be hungry so make sure you prepare yourself. Also if you plan on drinking make sure you bring your booze in a plastic bottle. So your list of things to bring again. Do not wear cotton clothing. It does not dry. Wool or polyester clothing are the best. Bug juice or bug net Booze in plastic bottle Snacks Pair of shoes or sandals for around camp 2 pairs of socks A comfy set of clothes for around camp Toothpaste and toothbrush Rain suit-I can supply Water bottle please have it full when we start our day!!! No camel packs please.
The clothes you show up in should be the clothes you wear all 3 days. If you need rain gear or camping clothing I may have for you so please ask. I can also take 7 people with me from Belleville Area. I would ask that we all are very careful and cautious on our trip. Please do not leave any trace of garbage along the way. Help your friends, not everyone has carried such weight for long distances before. Show your team work. There will be some challenging portages. If anyone needs anything special please let me know. We are going to eat well and have a great time. I would like to know if anyone plans on fishing. Make sure if you plan on fishing please have a fishing license with you. If you don’t have one they are like 12 bucks at the reservation office. If anyone wants a fishing pole please let me know as well.