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ADVENTURE LODGE Opening Specials

Enjoy up to 2 nights free on 7-night holidays. Escape with our 3rd night free offer, starting June 20th, 2024.

Dinner at

Couples Resort dining room

Dinner will be at the COUPLES RESORT Dining Room and includes:
Gastronomic 5 Course Meal:
1 amuse bouche,
2 Starters (either Appy, Soup or Salad),
1 main Entree Choice
1 Dessert Choice.

DINING ROOM OPEN - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Reserve Dinner Time Between 12pm - 5pm. 866-202-1179 ext 108
COUPLES RESORT is a 5 minute drive from Adventure Lodge.


Continental Breakfast at

Adventure Lodge Breakfast dinning

Buffet self-serve; quality and freshness.
- Breads ( also GF and Vegan) -
- Smoked Salmon -
- Cold Cuts -
- Cheeses (also Vegan) -
- Muesli cereal (also GF and Vegan ) -
- Fruit -
- Fruit Juices -
- Coffee and Tea (also with Plant based Milks) -
- Jams and Spreads (also Vegan) -
- Hard Boiled eggs -
- Yogurt -
Served Between 8:00 am - 10 am
And feel free to have a Sandwich to take with you for Lunch.


Pool at Couples resort
Complimentary COUPLES RESORT

Please note that only ADVENTURE LODGE is pet-friendly. Pets are not permitted on the property of COUPLES RESORT.

Our heated Salt Pool maintains a temperature of 82°F (28°C) and operates May Long Weekend into Third week of September. Alternatively, rejuvenate your body with a refreshing swim from our swimming dock. Believe it or not, we were swimming in the lake last year until the end of September, as it maintained a temperature of 22°C.

Patio area couples resort

LICENSED PATIO for Lunch / Snacks / Drinks
Fishing Boats and Canoes and Kayaks
Use of Courts for Pickleball, Tennis, Badminton, Basket Ball.


Drop by and relax with a refreshing drink by the waterfall. COUPLES RESORT has a full service lunch patio and bar.

Kayaking Madawaska river

Attention hikers: Take note of the exceptional trails in the Algonquin Area; nature is right at your fingertips. If you prefer not to drive, the abandoned railway line at our doorstep is perfect for exploring on foot. Additionally, consider taking a leisurely stroll into the town of Whitney itself.

Enjoy hiking right outside your doorstep. The abandoned J.R. Booth Rail line traverses our property, providing an endless flat gravel trail alongside the Madawaska River. It's perfect for long or short walks, allowing you to immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of Algonquin Park.

Hiking Algonquin park

Embark from the ADVENTURE LODGE on a Canoe adventure with your well-behaved dog in your canoe on the Madawaska River, leading to the picturesque and Quiet; Rapid Bay Lake. Or an exhilarating kayak ride on Galeairy Lake from COUPLES RESORT.

Rapid Bay Lake spans 5 km, offering a remote wilderness experience. Complimentary kayaks (available at COUPLES RESORT)and canoes are available at the ADVENTURE LODGE for your use. This semi-private lake is serene and stretches 5 km, providing a tranquil setting.

Park Trails
Moose Algonquin Park
Visiting Algonquin Park

Algonquin Park is just a brief 7 km drive away. The Park provides visitors with a glimpse into the natural and human history of this magnificent land. It features three educational museums, numerous crystal-clear lakes, 17 interpretive hiking trails, challenging mountain biking routes, fishing spots, the Algonquin Park Visitor Center, canoeing opportunities, and chances to observe wildlife in their natural habitat. Don't forget to bring your camera; you'll be astounded by the unfolding beauty. Be sure to explore the new Tall Pines Trail, a pristine forest of 70 white pines towering over 100 feet high.

Visitor’s Centre Algonquin outside

At the heart of Algonquin lies the premier Visitor’s Centre, brimming with exhibits showcasing the richness of Algonquin’s wildlife diversity and cultural abundance. Inside, visitors will find an Artists Gallery, an Algonquin Park Visitor Centre book and gift store, a cafeteria, and a movie detailing the history of the park. Outside, a viewing platform offers a spectacular panoramic view of the diverse Algonquin landscape. Located at the East Gate of the park is The Pioneer Logging Exhibit, which takes visitors on a journey through days gone by along a 1.5 km walking path, providing a unique glimpse into the ingenuity of our ancestors. At the west end of the park, an Art Museum regularly features works from the renowned Group of Seven.

Visitor Center inside

We provide Free park Pass, deposit required which is refunded when returned.

Algonquin Park