Algonquin Park is One of the Best Places in the World to View MooseWildlife Viewing and Algonquin Park early Spring Hiking Adventure Bus Day Trip
Algonquin Park, Ontario - Ontario is a nature-lover's paradise: 7,725 km of lakes, rivers, forest, trails, camping, comfortable lodges, 2000 km of canoe routes It's also, perhaps the best place in North America to spot moose. There are about 3500 in the park.The best time for spotting them is in May and June, and it's easiest in the early morning along 'the Corridor', a the 56-km stretch of Hwy 60 that cuts through the southwest section of the park. The moose often come right to the roadside. Sodium-depleted from the winter months, moose hang around the highway because of the salty water in roadside ditches and marshes (for a moose, a marsh is like a big salad bowl). Salt is deposited in this area each winter during snow removal. Take hwy speed warnings seriously. This is a great area for spotting the majestic moose.
Where: The Park is less than three hours north of Toronto.
Our price: $59.95 + Tax includes the cost of round trip transportation from Keele or York Mills ttc subway stations and park admission.
Pick-up & Drop-off Locations:
Keele TTC Subway Station, right in front of the stn. at 8:00am sharp
TTC bus runs all night and early morning, taking the place of the subway in the early morning, Parking available two blocks east of Keele St. and Bloor.
York Mills TTC Subway Station, at the Kiss'n Ride which is located behind Shell Gas Stn. on old York Mills Rd. at 8:30am.
TTC bus runs all night and early morning, taking the place of the subway in the early morning, Parking available on corner N.W. corner of Yonge and York Mills.
What to Bring:
Bring money to buy food at our Tim Hortons stop or pack food for the day, wear comfortable waterproof boots and dress in warm layers. Carry water for the day, your camera. Winter coat, mitts, hat, boots ... and a sense of adventure plus a smile.