Here is your opportunity to check out the most rewarding and refreshing way to experience the 1000 Islands! We can get you on the river with expert guided full-day and half-day trips, kayak rentals and skills improvement courses. Our kayak tours are ideal for a quick break from cycling and you can be enjoying the river in no time! Our leisurely adventures of this historically charming and ecologically rich area are truly the closest way anyone can get to the river and islands. Paddle with the wildlife and reconnect with our living landscape, your partners and yourself. The 1000 Islands region is an integral part of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, a member of the UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves. Above all, it offers world class sea kayaking for all levels of paddlers and we can’t wait to get you out there! No Experience is Necessary! Our kayaking tours are designed with beginners in mind! Practically everyone can participate in day trips, lessons and specialty programs. Our guides are professionals, our instruction is excellent, the food is fabulous, the equipment is top-notch, and the adventure awaits!
Charlton Lake Camp is a housekeeping cottage resort set among the towering pines in Northern Ontario’s Rainbow Country just 2km off of HWY 6 between Espanola and Little Current. The cottages are modern one, two and three bedrooms, with large, well-equipped kitchens, modern bathrooms and comfortable living areas. Each cottage has a fully screened porch, propane barbecue and docking right in front. All face the waters of Charlton Lake and are steps from the beautiful sandy beach. The camp offers boat, canoe and kayak rentals, as well as a launch ramp and docking for guests who bring their own boat. The camp offers fishing (bass, walleye, pike and pan fish), swimming, boating and hiking. Eco-tourists will love the easy access to Killarney Provincial Park for canoeing, kayaking and hiking. Nestled in the magnificent La Cloche Mountain range, with the multicolored quartzite rock of the Canadian Shield, Charlton Lake Camp provides a haven for guests looking for peace and quiet. The spectacular scenery, whether from the seat of a canoe or atop one of the mountain peaks, is quite simply – breathtaking. A perfect location for artists and photographers, it is immediately obvious why the Group of Seven called this home.