Long Canoe Trip Policy

The Long Canoe Tripping program at the Taylor Statten Camps is for many the pinnacle of their summer camping experience.

For many it becomes a “rite of passage” to participate in each of the trips. For this reason, most long trips are over-subscribed each year. In response to this, the Taylor Statten Camps has developed an application policy to ensure fairness and experience are taken into account when allocating spaces on long trips each year.

For full details of our Longer Canoe Trip Policies including age guidelines, the application process, notification policy and more, please be sure to download our Long Trip Policy below.

Long Trip Policy

Temagami  – Extended canoe tripping for campers that already have previous Algonquin Park canoe tripping experience. Trips leave from various access points in Temagami. Highlights may include visits to Paradise Lagoon, McConnell Bay and many new destinations not previously reachable from TSC’s former Outpost.

Killarney –  An 11 day loop on one of the most picturesque and historical parks in Ontario. Highlights include Lake Killarney, Silver peak, and Group of Seven historical sites. Barron River – Starting at Canoe Lake, campers trip across the west side of Algonquin Park all the way through to the east side culminating in Barron Canyon. Highlights include Lake Eustache, the Petawawa River, and passage through remote corners of Algonquin Park not previously reached on normal park trips.

Kipawa – 22 days in the Kipawa region in Quebec, with passage through La Verendrye Provincial Park. Highlights include Lake Kipawa and Turner Falls.

Quetico – 36 days of canoe tripping in Quetico Provincial park and the Canada/USA Boundary Waters from Ontario into Michigan. Highlights include visits to Rose Mountain, Rebecca Falls, and the 16km Grand Portage.

Ishpatina – 36 days of canoe tripping through Biscotasing area. Highlights include visits to Ishpatina Ridge (the highest point in Ontario) and Smooth Water Provincial Park.

Bisco – 42 days of Canoe Tripping in Biscotasing and Temagami. Highlights may include Rocky Island Lake, the Town of Biscotasing, and Sunny Water Lake.

50-Day –  The Big One. Campers work together with their staff to plan their last canoe trip as campers. Routes may include passage through Biscotasing, Temagami, Kipawa, and Algonquin.

See Our Long Canoe Trip Policy

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