Home of the Summer Canoe Trips

Summer Camping

 
We aren’t young and we travel with a lot of stuff.
So when we read those canoe  trip reports written by  20 year olds who sleep on the ground, we cringe. We usually need to double the time. And we don’t like portages a whole lot either. We like, time to laze around , take pictures, we even went fishing once.  I look at this as information for people who like to take their time. It doesn’t matter how far you go, it only matters what you do on the way. Time well spent can be spent a lot of ways. Painting, canoeing, playing cards, cooking great meals, marking campsites etc. with your GPS, taking pictures. Plan to do it all, and you won’t be disappointed.

Trip Reports and Info:

* White_Trout-via-Canoe_lk
* Barron_Canyon
* Opeongo-Burntroot-loop  Planning page
* The-Esther-Trips-Two trips to Big Trout
* Opeongo-Lavieille-Shall Lakes 2011
* Clydegale 2010
About Spanish  planning page.
 Slate Islands  2008
Dunlop Lake - July 22-31, 2007
 * French RIver 2006
Biscotasing 2005 
* Booth_Lk
* Rock-Louisa-TR1White_Trout-via-Canoe_lk.htmlBarron_Canyon.htmlOpeongo-Burntroot-loop.htmlThe-Esther-Trips.htmlOpeongo-Lavieille-Shall.htmlClydegale.htmlhttp://web.mac.com/normhead/iWeb/SummerCanoeTrips/About%20Spanish.htmlhttp://web.mac.com/normhead/SummerCanoeTrips/Slate_Islands.htmlhttp://web.mac.com/normhead/SummerCanoeTrips/Dunlop.htmlFrench_RIver.htmlBiscotasing.htmlBooth_Lk.htmlRock-Louisa-TR1.htmlshapeimage_3_link_0shapeimage_3_link_1shapeimage_3_link_2shapeimage_3_link_3shapeimage_3_link_4shapeimage_3_link_5shapeimage_3_link_6shapeimage_3_link_7shapeimage_3_link_8shapeimage_3_link_9shapeimage_3_link_10shapeimage_3_link_11shapeimage_3_link_12