It’s located about three hours north of Toronto and is just outside Huntsville.
What we liked about Arrowhead
- Campsites were large and private. Couldn’t ask for anything better. We rented a cabin again and it was just lovely.
- Nice beach. Ok, it wasn’t Pinery, but the beach area is very nice, although the water wasn’t very warm. Good enough however. There is a good rental place on the beach for various watercraft.
- Nice river. There is a quiet river leading off from the swimming area which is great for canoeing.
- Stubb’s waterfall. There was a small waterfall about 10 minutes walk from our site. The kids had a great time climbing around the various shaped rocks near the falls. We did a short hike down a very scenic trail beside the river.
- Trails – Lots of good walking trails. There are also mountain bike trails and rentals on the beach.
- Close to Huntsville. If you have to make a quick run for food/beer, it’s nice to have stores nearby.
- Near Algonquin Park. An Arrowhead pass is good for Algonquin as well. While there is lots to do at Arrowhead, if you have a rainy day – heading to the Algonquin visitor centre is an option.
We liked it so much, we’re planning a longer trip next year. Probably five nights.
Anyone else ever been to Arrowhead? Any other parks you want to extol the virtues of?
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