Algonquin Trails Camping Resort is nestled in the heart of Muskoka Cottage Country just off highway 60 between Algonquin National Park and Huntsville. Located in the township of Dwight, Lake of Bays there are many local activities and amenities to make your stay enjoyable, comfortable, and memorable.
Endless activities within Muskoka & Algonquin!
At ALGONQUIN TRAILS RESORT we do our very best to ensure your experience is filled with many discoveries. Muskoka & Algonquin has endless possibilities for the adventurer in you! Whether you would like to spend your day touring art galleries & museums or experiencing an outdoor adventure, there is something for everyone. Below is just a glimpse of the possibilities…
Art Galleries • Bakeries • Beaches • ATV fun • Museums • Great Golf • Guided Activities • Farmers Market • Fishing • Horse Back Riding • Historical Venues • Marinas • Indoor Pools • Canoe and Bike Rentals • Boutique Shopping • Hummer Tours • Train Rides • Downtown Waterfront • Outdoor Art • Theatre • Beach Festivals • DeerHurst • Wolf Howl • Geo Cache
Please feel free to contact us anytime for more information on area adventures & activities.
Experience nature at your door, abundant hummingbirds, tame chipmunks, wandering bunnies, deer, and moose, pick wild raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries.
Playground and Toddler Zone
A quiet corner of the park dedicated to youth under 8.
Large Private Full Service Seasonal Sites
Select your private and exclusive camping site in Muskoka. Flat rate, no meters, no storage fees. Season extension for snowbirds.
Miles of beautiful foot trails for exploring. Experience remote Algonquin in the comfort of your exclusive access to Muskokas Premier RV destination.
Horseshoes, Ladder Golf, and Ring Toss
Yard activities in the common area, close to washrooms and picnic area.
Wifi at your campsite.
Open July 1 to September 1. Adult only swim hour 5-6pm.
9 holes set in a garden with Par 3 challenges.
Boating at Dorset
Tour the waters of The Lake of Bays.
Hurley Canoe Works
They are capable of returning that rotting, mouldy decrepit pile of junk behind your garage to its former glory, and it will be fully functional – not just a display piece.
Get the product, meet the team, tell your fish stories at the Lake of Bays location at Dwight.
Summer time fun and Winter too. Guided or self directed fun, tonnes of ideas to tour Algonquin and Muskoka.
Historic business with engineered water craft for sale and rent.
July Long Weekend at Oxtongue Lake and Trading Bay
Two communities on two different nights so that you can celebrate Canada two days in a row with awesome style!
Tree Top Trekking for the adventurer within.
Horse back riding
Rosie’s trails and Deerhurst Resort offer hour long tours on horse back.
Nuit Blanche North Each July
Artists provide downtown sights and sounds. Integrate yourself with living art. Shopping discounts from all the shops celebrating summer inside the closed downtown corridor
Swift Canoe and Algonquin Outfitters at Oxtongue
Guided tours and rentals for all your paddling and hiking adventures.
Fishing off the dock at Dwight Beach
Lots of success with small bites without leaving the shoreline.
View from top of Dorset Tower
You don’t need to be brave to get a great view, but the braver you are the bigger the view.
Plan land and water fun with friends and family. Nine kilometers east of us. The AO Staff will connect you with equipment and endless adventure options. www.algonquinoutfitters.ca
Oxtongue Rapids is 2 kilometers south east of the gate and are a wonderfully clean wilderness adventure. Picnic spots, outdoor facilities and parking available. Spend hours rock hopping and chasing waterfalls.
Monarch Antiques and Collectibles
Fine art, collectibles and antiques for the young and young at heart. Worth a stroll down memory lane.
A studio, art and craft gallery located at 1008 Dwight Bay Rd. It is open from the long weekend in May to Thanksgiving
Sandy beach at Dwight
Clean water and soft sand for lazy days spring, summer, and autumn.
Dwight Garden Centre
Walk the gorgeous grounds of this unique outdoor garden. Shop inside for truly unique gifts and home accents.
Recycling has a new look. A mix of shiny new and shiny past come together to make your imagination and shopping bug happy.
A flurry of activity with young and sophisticated minds in mind!
Covered dock, boat launch, sandy stretch, landscaped Muskoka rock ledge, picnic tables. Walking trails, constant gentle breeze and lots of parking.
Naturally made offerings from Muskoka each Tuesday 10am-2pm in July and August.
The Old Palmer House
Shopping outside and inside on three levels. Home décor and garden wonders. Gifts for self and everyone on the list you didn’t know you had.
Oxtongue Craft Cabin and Gallery
Exquisite selection of fine craft and original art by over 100 Canadian artists and artisans.
Affordable Granite Thinstone
Décor design with natural rock mined from Muskoka.
Robinson’s General Store
Plan for a whole day of shopping experience. The town of Dorset will feed all the senses. Dining, boat tour, ice cream scoops, playground, fire tower, museum, and more.