You can be as social and active or as solitary as you wish at Arowhon Pines.
• Tennis and pickle ball; we can arrange partners if you wish
• There are two hockey nets and sticks for road hockey
• Games Room with library
• TV room with movies, ping pong, piano, shuffleboard and board games
Many guests bring their own bikes. You can ride on the Arowhon Road but please ride with care as there is traffic. It is best to use the Park bike trails — Minessing and Lake of Two Rivers Railway trail.
The rich terrain of Algonquin Park is yours to explore in a variety of ways. Sit back and take in the natural kaleidoscope of colour from your deck chair, or delve into the landscape through a multitude of hiking and walking trails. Arowhon offers trails adjacent to the property and there are 16 spectacular park trails to explore as well.
There are old railway roads to follow, the remnants of an old mill to find and the unmarked grave of Tom Thompson to visit plus much more... or simply just ramble through a symphony of stillness.
Start your day on the dock and watch the morning mist along the lake. Plunge into the lake and stretch out your limbs with a refreshing swim or paddle a canoe on a day trip. Explore a series of lakes, streams and narrows, with names like Lost Joe Lake, Burnt Island and Tom Thomson. Stop anytime along the shore for a picnic lunch, rest and a swim.
First timers can receive basic canoe instruction. There are sturdy aluminum canoes for novice paddlers and light weight Kevlar canoes for the more experienced who plan to portage. Slow down and watch the natural beauty unfold from your kayak. Try letting the wind carry you around Little Joe Lake on our sailboats or give our stand up paddle boards a spin for a new perspective.