Quetico Provincial Park, one of Ontario’s wilderness parks, preserves an area of great natural value and is of much historical significance. A rugged landscape of majestic granite cliffs, spectacular waterfalls, tangled lakes and rivers, makes Quetico a breathtaking encounter. Wildlife abounds and the fishing for bass, trout, pickerel and northern pike, is superb.
When travelling through the park, one can almost hear the Voyageurs of yesteryear. These waters were their highway, as they brought the furs of the continental interior down to the North West Company’s Fort William on the shore of Lake Superior.
The Taylor Statten Camps first sent groups to Quetico in 1965. What began as participation in an Ontario Camping Association Centennial Program, has become one of the most popular canoe tripping events offered by the Camps. How can words depict what only the senses can realize?…The wet spray of Louisa Falls, the lonely cry of the loon, the eerie glow of the Northern Lights. These things and more, make our Quetico canoe trip, an unforgettable experience.
2013 Full Session Enrolment
June 29 – Campers report to Canoe Lake
July 5 – Departure for Quetico
August 9 – Campers return to Canoe Lake
August 22 – Campers return home
Fees: Full Session Fee ($7950 + HST) plus Special Trip Fee ($1375 + HST)