First-time campers as well as seasoned hikers may enjoy Canada’s stunning nature, watch stars, and socialize around a bonfire
What You'll Get
- All tours include:
- Tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, pillow
- Parks and camping fees
- 15-passenger van transportation
- Guided hikes (number and length depending on the trip)
- Safety and first aid equipment
- Dinner, breakfast spread, and sandwich lunch (except day 1)
- Campfire (weather permitting)
Moose On The Loose tour additionally includes glass-bottom boat cruise and entry to a historic lighthouse
- Departure times:
- My Blue Heaven tour: 8 a. m.
- The World in a Grain of Sand tour: 9 a.m.
- Moose On The Loose tour: 8 a.m.
- Departure location: Loblaws Parking Lot, 2280 Dundas Street West, Toronto
- Age restrictions: must be 5 or older; younger than 18 must be accompanied by a guardian and have a guardian-signed waiver
- Click here to check the schedule and book your tour
- Canoeing/kayaking is not included in the cost of any tour.
- Guests should bring additional money for a restaurant meal on day 1 of the Algonquin tours, and days 1 & 3 of the Moose On The Loose tour.
- Moose On The Loose tour requires guests to do their share of group cooking and dishes.
The Fine Print
About Lake Fever Wilderness
Native to Ontario, Damian Jakibchuk founded Lake Fever Wilderness to share his passion for nature with fellow adventurers. Guiding trips to some of the areas most precious parks, he makes sure to equip his guests with a full package required for a memorable experience. Apart from camping and hiking, tour participants may go for additional attractions such as wine tasting, kayaking, or even a glass-bottom boat cruise with some unusual views.