Wolf Den Hostel and Nature Retreat
4568 Hw 60, Algonquin Park, Canada

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Rustic, yet clean, comfortable and friendly, the Wolf Den is a perfectly situated year round base for exploring Canadian wilderness in beautiful Algonquin Provincial Park. Share stories of your Algonquin canoeing, hiking, biking or Nordic ski adventures around the campfire. Then relax in our classic log cabins, timber frame lodge or warm up in our cedar log sauna.

The main lodge with its unique combination of log and timberframe construction contains a large fully equipped communal kitchen, a cozy lounge area with a fireplace, dining areas and seven private rooms for 1, 2 or 3 people each.

Our two bunkhouses are beautiful log cabins that can accommodate groups, families as well as the solo traveler. There are four private rooms that can accommodate 4 people in each. They are perfect for couples, small groups, and families looking for a truly Canadian experience. The upstairs dorms can sleep 8 people and can be booked for larger groups or by the individual backpacker looking for quality accommodation at a reasonable price. Book a whole bunkie for 16 people and receive a reduced rate.

We also have private traditional cabins which sleep 4, 6 or 7 people. Each cabin has table and chairs, sitting areas and a coffee maker/kettle inside. They also have BBQs and an outdoor seating area, (the cabin for 4 has a screen in porch).

A 15 minute walk away will bring you to the top of Ragged Falls, one of Ontarios most beautiful waterfalls. Right across the road is the start of the Beetle Lake hiking trail, a moderate hike through a variety of forest types and a breathtaking scenic lookout. Wildlife and environmental programs are available for small and large groups upon request.

The Wolf Den is situated on 4 acres of bush surrounded by 40 acres of crown land to hike or bike. We have a volleyball/badminton court, central cooking and dining area outside, and a gazebo for those rainy nights. Across the road are the Paddle Inn Restaurant (licensed), and the Timber Trail Trading Post. Full outfitting is available at Algonquin Outfitters which is five minutes down the road.



Nearest bus stop is Huntsville, 30km west. Taxis are available. Located right on Hwy 60.