(PRWEB) May 23, 2006
Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park (http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca), located two and a half hours north of Metropolitan Toronto is one of the world's premiere eco-tourist destinations. Algonquin's 7,725 square kilometers of breath-taking wilderness is haven to an abundant population of moose, black bear, foxes, beaver and wolves. In addition, it is a Mecca for birders, fishermen, canoeist, hikers, cross-country skiers, photographers and all those that appreciate the natural beauty of this special place.
The natural beauty of this area has made Algonquin Park a popular destination over the decades to millions of people. Over time, the Park has kept in a natural state with very few exceptions. The protected forests, numerous lakes, and rivers offer visitors an escape from urban life and all the stress. Algonquin is a step back into the past - a wilderness experience to last a lifetime.
Algonquin Provincial Park is a very important place for all those who cherish our natural and cultural heritage. Consequently, to truly experience Algonquin Park and all that it has to offer, a stay of more than a day is a must. This is where some people get a little nervous. They can appreciate nature as much as anyone else, but they equate nature and wilderness with "roughing it". Many people are just not into the camping scene. As a result, Algonquin Inn is proud to announce the completion of their recently renovated cottages that provide luxurious accommodations along the Algonquin Park border.
Algonquin Inn (http://www.algonquin-accommodation.com), an upscale, year-round lakeside resort, located just minutes from Algonquin Park and offers fabulous lakeside views, high quality, sparking-clean, non-smoking accommodations in luxury suites and housekeeping cottages that are all fully air-conditioned. In addition, couples can enjoy a romantic getaway in one of the Inn's Anniversary or Honeymoon Suites with a fireplace and Jacuzzi tub. Furthermore, guests can savor local specialties such as Rainbow Trout and Braised Elk in the dining room.
Algonquin Inn provides a one-of-a-kind cottage resort experience surrounded by nature with accommodations that don't compare to tent camping. With newly renovated and air conditioned cottages, they are able to provide a unique experience to nature enthusiasts that don't want to take part in traditional camping. With the updates and renovations complete, at this lakefront resort, Algonquin Inn is able to meet the needs of its client base even more effectively.
Algonquin Inn has continued to offer superb service to nature enthusiasts by aiding in the arrangement of an exciting Algonquin Park guided wilderness tour. One of the many tour packages available is The Hailstorm Creek Wildlife Viewing Day. This tour delivers guests by water taxi to the mouth of Hailstorm Creek for a full day of canoeing in pristine wilderness and with many opportunities for viewing moose and other wildlife. Canoes, safety equipment, and lunch are provided. Another tour package that is available is The Voyageur Canoe Trip. On this tour, guests are taken in a replica birch bark Voyageur Canoe on a four-hour return trip to Ragged Falls--lunch is even provided.
Over the years, Algonquin Park has earned unconditional devotion and worldwide fame. Now, Algonquin Inn makes the accommodations luxurious for people who want to experience all that Ontario's renowned Algonquin Park has to offer. Algonquin Inn's recent renovations have made it possible to experience the vast wilderness of Algonquin Provincial Park in style and comfort--providing luxurious accommodations for those that prefer a pillow mattress and a fireplace, rather than an air mattress and a smoky fire.