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Respect the great outdoors and remember, your safety is your responsibility.

Example: On my last winter trip two friends decided to go sledding down a steep snow-covered hill but didn't notice the sharp & pointy rocks that ended up slicing through their sleds until it was too late. So I've got to say it – Jeff's Map is not liable for bodily injury or property damage as a result of using the map.


A Message From Jeff

Maybe you're just interested in the outdoors, or maybe you've been taking canoe trips or backpacking trips for decades. Either way, you're thinking about exploring Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park. I'm here to help!

After years of fustration with the poor quality of the existing Algonquin Park maps that lead to me finding myself tired and hungry at days end, I designed my own map using books, historic maps, GPS data, trip reports and thousands of corrections from hundreds of Algonquin enthusiasts. Now being used by new canoeists and park staff alike, it's the map I always wanted!

Have fun exploring, and feel free to email me at any time with comments, corrections, suggestions or questions!


P.S. If you ever want to check out Killarney, I now have a map of it available at theKillarneyMap.com

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"Jeff’s series of Algonquin maps are exceptional. Lots of detail and lots of bonus information. They’re also made of a waterproof, tear-resistant, material, which means they’ll survive far beyond your next trip in the park. You can’t go wrong with this map series."

-Kevin Callan, Author of A Paddler's Guide to Algonquin
  (Among Many Other Things)

"Jeff's maps are amazing... our entire canoe trip staff of 20 used his maps exclusively for almost 100 canoe trips in Algonquin Park last summer and loved them!!"

-Craig Perlmutter, Director, Camp Tamakwa
  (Located in Algonquin on Tea Lake)

More Reviews

"I know first hand how thoroughly dedicated Jeffrey is to making his map as accurate as humanly possible, including his personal commitment to travel and chart as much of that landscape as one man can in a lifetime."

-Mark Scarlett, Algonquin Canoeist of 50 Years

"This is the most detailed map of Algonquin Park I've ever used!"

-Mark Rubino, MarkInThePark.com

"Jeff's map will flawlessly guide you through Algonquin's 2000 kilometres of canoe routes. More importantly, it provides information on the amazing history of the park, allowing you to visit points of interest you wouldn't even be aware of otherwise."

-Scott Rogers, Smedleyco.com

"One word: Brilliant. The benchmark of the canoeist's map."

-Jackine, Algonquin Adventures (Forum)

"The word terrific doesn't come close to how great a job I think you've done in creating this invaluable resource."

-Rain Pebbles, Outdoor Adventure Canada (Forum)

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What would you like to use the map on?

Download The Map For Your Computer Download The Map For Google Earth Download The Map For iPhone Download The Map For Your Garmin GPS

What does it cover?

•All of Algonquin Park's canoe routes of course!

•The Frost Centre and Haliburton Highlands Water Trails

•The Poker Lakes

•Big East Lake

•The South River

•The Black River

•The Barron River

•The Oxtongue River

•The North Muskoka River

•The South Muskoka River

•The Amable Du Fond River

•The Dumoine River

•The Ottawa River

•The Gull River

•The Hollow River

•The Bonnechere River

•The Madawaska River

•The Magnetawan River

•The Opeongo River

•The Petawawa Research Forest

•Grant's Creek

•Bissett Creek

•Hardtack Lake Route

•Upper Magnetawan River

•All of the crown land in the surrounding area