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Algonquin Park Wedding with Voyageur Quest

Weddings at Algonquin’s Northwest corner

Laura Upton - Wedding - August 2011Plan your wedding at a private wilderness cabin at Algonquin Park’s north west corner. Host your family and friends in comfortable lakeside cottages, a rustic log cabin or island retreat. Voyageur Quest’s three Algonquin properties combine scenic and peaceful locations with warm hospitality and an intimate ambiance. Our strength is in our customization – creating a special wedding ceremony and reception based on your vision and having our wilderness team help with all the details. Over the last 10 years, Voyageur Quest has been honoured to host weddings of all shapes and sizes in all 4 seasons. With five locations on two different lakes, there is no end to the choice when it comes to ceremony locations and receptions.

Officials, Catered Meals, Photographers & Music

Voyageur Quest can help fill in any gaps including wedding officials, chefs, catered meals, music, transfers and anything else you can dream of.

  • Officiants available for weddings of all denominations
  • Live music for your ceremony and reception including professional guitar and vocals
  • Photographer offering engagement and wedding packages featuring digital images of your day
  • Catered meals from a homestyle BBQ to creations by some of Ontario’s finest chefs

Honeymoons

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The Algonquin Island Retreat is ideal for honeymoons. Located 1km out in Kawawaymog Lake, the island is private and has spectacular water views in all 4 directions. Canoe, fish, relax and take in both sunrise and sunsets from the two decks. Customize your stay with shopping services and or guided wilderness excursions.

Click here for more information and images of the Algonquin Island Retreat.

Stags & Stagettes

Algonquin dock and chairWith six bedrooms accommodating 12 – 14, the Algonquin Log Cabin is the definitive place to hold your stag/ stagette. Centered by a massive stone fireplace, the Log Cabin oozes rustic charm and is perfect for a group of friends. Spring, summer, and fall are great for canoeing on Surprise Lake, hiking, fishing, mountain biking or chilling dockside after a fire heated sauna. Bring your own food or take our packages with tasty home cooked meals. Winter is the season for our famous “stew and brew” and ideal for snowshoeing, backcountry skiing, dog sledding, ice fishing and snowmobiling.

Click here for more information on Algonquin Log Cabin Group Rentals

Solar Powered Cottage Comfort

The Algonquin Cottage Outpost is a great option for those who prefer a more comfortable cottage experience. The Outpost sleeps up to 15 in three chalet suites. The water front offers 3 docks and a floating sauna. With a large lakeside lawn, the Outpost is a great venue for a wedding reception, dinner and bonfire.

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Media and Stories about Voyageur Quest adventures

Algonquin in a log cabin Story And Photos By Vic Macbournie The Hamilton Spectator Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Sat Sept 2, 2000 Our three-day Algonquin adventure started with an exhausting… Read More >>
A Wilderness Quest By Victoria Stevens Toronto Star Toronto, Ontario, Canada - Sat Sept 2, 2000   The sun is barely up, the air cool and clean. The silence is… Read More >>