Un-rough it in Algonquin Park

It's time for Arowhon Pines. Time to reconnect with what matters. To sit back and listen to your heart. To be inspired by nature. Time for that great book. Time to paddle an empty lake. Shaped naturally by the hills, lakes, and streams of Algonquin Park, Arowhon is just imperfect enough to be amazing. Amazing people, amazing food, warm fires. 

Arowhon is a living place full of personality – we offer authenticity, hospitality, and respect. We offer the simple elegance of comfortable, rustic accommodation, good food made from quality local ingredients, prepared with love, and the “luxury” of peace and tranquility in the wilderness where you can spend time with a moose, listen to a loon, canoe, swim and relax. We look forward to welcoming you.   

 

~ Your Friends at Arowhon


Open: June 25 - October 11, 2021


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Arowhon Quick Guide


  • All-inclusive. We offer family vacations, romantic getaways, family celebrations and weddings for up to 100 people
  • Peace & quiet, 8 km off the main road - no motor boats, no highway traffic
  • Three meals per day included with your stay - served in our heritage lakeside log dining room. Food, made from scratch using quality local ingredients, prepared with love by a team of chefs.
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  • Comfortable accommodation in log cabins along the lakeshore
  • All recreational facilities included – canoe/kayak a chain of lakes, hike trails to see moose, sail, swim in the lake, SUP, play tennis, relax 

September 4th, 2021

To all Guests Arriving at Arowhon Pines


Updated Covid-19 Information

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Effective September 22nd, 2021, the Ontario Government has mandated that guests will have to show proof that they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to enjoy indoor dining.

For anyone not fully vaccinated, this means that you need to get your second shot before September 8th, 2021 – two weeks prior, in order to come to Arowhon Pines.

Proof of vaccination will form part of the Arowhon Pines’ contact-less check-in. This is an email that you will receive a couple of days prior to your arrival date. You will need to fill in all information on this form - credit card information, ETA, license plate as well as confirming that you are double vaccinated. As well, there will be a link to our more detailed Covid-19 practices.

Once you get here, please be prepared to show proof of vaccination. Children aged 12 and under are exempt. Those who are medically exempt from the Covid-19 vaccine must bring medical proof of exemption OR present a negative Covid-19 test taken at least 72 hours prior.

Ontario residents can download receipts of vaccination shots here: https://covid19.ontariohealth.ca/. Please download this information prior to coming, as there is no WIFI here.

This vaccine certificate system does not apply to employees at this time. There are a handful of staff who are not vaccinated or who have not received a second dose. Rest assured that our staff wear masks at all times while working, wash their hands and/or sanitize frequently. All health and safety protocols have been in place since the spring of 2020.

You are welcome to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to welcoming you soon to Arowhon Pines.

Sincerely,

AROWHON PINES

Theresa, David and Adam and the Team

 
 
 

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Arowhon Pines is fully booked for the rest of the 2021 season; we are taking bookings for 2022 at this time.

Autumn Guests with Reservations:

Algonquin Park is busy in the fall, especially during the weekends. If you arrive at either the West or East Gate and Algonquin Park has reached capacity, visitors will not be permitted to enter. This absolutely does not affect registered guests of Arowhon Pines. Drive through and do not stop to pay for a permit; we will provide you one upon arrival. Weekend guests should know that Park trails are busy, your favourites might be closed and parking lots full; traffic on Highway 60 is slow and (gasp) you might not make it back for lunch! Enjoy our trails instead that start from our property. If you do venture out, make sure that you bring your park permit and display it on your dashboard. Stay safe.