Welcome to Arowhon Pines
All-inclusive resort located inside Algonquin Park
Inside Algonquin Park
Canoe or kayak a chain of lakes on a day trip. Hike trails to see moose. Swim in the lake. Sail. Relax. Your stay includes access to Park trails and programmes.
Arowhon Pines Quick Guide
All-inclusive resort offering romantic getaways, family and friend trips, celebrations, reunions and weddings for up to 100 people.
Peace & quiet, 8 km off the main road in the middle of the woods on Little Joe Lake - no motor boats, no highway traffic.
Three meals per day is included with your stay, served in our heritage lakeside log dining room. Food is made from scratch using quality local ingredients.
Comfortable bedrooms with private bathrooms in rustic log cabins along the lakeshore ranging in size from 3, 4, 8 and 12 rooms. Also available are luxury (popular) Private and 2 Room Cabins with beautiful screened porches.
Carte blanche use of all recreational facilities — canoe/kayak a chain of lakes, hike trails to see moose, sail, swim in the lake, SUP, play tennis, relax, plus a vehicle pass to explore all of Algonquin Park.
Don't miss these events for 2023
WELCOME ELIZABETH JOHNSON to the Little Joe Lake Gallery, Algonquin Park
We had heard of Elizabeth Johnson through some Algonquin Park art friends. One day driving through Huntsville in the middle of winter, I saw someone all bundled up on the street, painting en plein air, in front of a lovely yellow house. The same day, I read about a local artist who spent each 31 days of January, outdoors, painting the beauty of winter in small-town Dorset, Ontario. We knew then that we wanted to meet Elizabeth Johnson.
We’re happy and honoured that Elizabeth will be painting in and around Arowhon this summer. As she likes to have people in her paintings, if you’re asked to stay still on the verandah or out on the canoe, just go with it! When she’s not here, she, with her family, is busy operating Pizza On Earth, an authentic wood-fired pizza place in Dorset, Ontario, www.pizzaonearth.ca.
Algonquin Writer’s Workshop with Brian Henry of Quick Brown Fox
(Brian is the best of the best!)
JSpring and Fall
Sunday, August 6th at noon
Civic Holiday Weekend 100 Mile Challenge BBQ - $ 70.00 per person - All local food served with love – Local artists, music, farmers etc! Call for reservations for 2024!
Painting Classes with Martha Johnson
Martha has a special family connection to Tom Thomson.
August 29 to September 2 (space is limited)
Cooking Demo on Monday, August 28th, 2023 in the Beachhouse Kitchen
with Chef Ian Carswell, chef/owner of www.blacktartankitchen.com, Carleton Place, Ontario.
Dish: Venison Loin with potato gratin, confit vegetables and casis demi-glace.
Maximum 15 people.
Artist/Sketcher Scott McKowen – Sep 16/17/18/19
Casual group sketching around the grounds – All Welcome!
Scott’s drawing book launched last fall - maybe an inspiration for guests interested in drawing. There are a couple of his Arowhon sketches in the book — here’s a video trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6VIRbWvUb4
2023 Exhibit at the Algonquin Park Art Gallery: “Spectrum: Studies of Light”, running from June 1st to October 15th. This extraordinary show explores the nature of light in Algonquin Park: be it the changing light atmospheres through different seasons, light’s effects on plant and animal life, or even its influence on the artist’s own creations.
in our Private and 2 Bedroom Cabins as of August 2023.
Private Cabins — minimum night requirements apply — please talk to Katharina in the office.
August 11-21 - Waynewood
August 11 - 18 - Forestedge
August 15 - 23 - The LK
August 21-25 - Forestedge
September 3- 8 - Moosewood
Full 2 Bedroom Cabins — minimum night requirements apply.
August 17 - 21 - Lakeview
September 15-22 - Cedarview