Kayak Trip activities in Ontario
Explore the area's waterways on an exciting expedition with White Squall, based about 15km northwest of Parry Sound near Nobel (en route to Killbear Provincial Park). An incredible staff of friendly and knowledgeable guides offer a range of paddling programs on Georgian Bay, from a half-day intro kayaking trip ($60) to multiday nature-fests ($695 to $995). Stop by the company's retail store in downtown Parry Sound for more information.
The Saugeen River, which flows into Lake Huron at Southampton, is one of the best-established routes for canoeing and kayaking in southern Ontario. Thorncrest Outfitters runs an extensive program of short self-guided and organized trips aimed at inexperienced paddlers. It also has a variety of do-it-yourself adventures including a picturesque day trip or a three-day paddle interspersed with quiet evenings spent at historic inns (all inclusive $335). Thorncrest also operates from a base on the Bruce Peninsula at Tobermory.