The French River runs from Lake Nipissing to Georgian Bay, 105kms in total. The French River Provincial Park has a beautiful combination of scenic wilderness plus the convenience of modern commercial accommodations. Interconnecting lakes and gorges along with rapids and swifts provide a wide variety of water routes, scenery and endless possibilities for recreational activities. In addition to its provincial park designation, the French River has the added distinction of being nationally recognized as a Canadian Heritage River. The French River is one of the most historically significant rivers in Ontario, rich with stories of First Nations who used the waterway first, to voyageurs, and later the logging industry
We will be paddling a section of the Main Channel – from Wolseley Bay to Dry Pine Bay. The route is a total of approximately 40kms which we plan to do over 4 days.
Upcoming Adventure Dates...
|30th June 2021||3rd July 2021||1 Spot LEFT|
|17th September 2021||20th September 2021|
Care for the Enviornment
MHO is very careful about the environment (no soap in the river, toilet procedures, burnable food waste etc) and does its bit to ensure the route remains clean, even to the point of hauling out other campers' garbage. Clearly MHO is actively lobbying the Ontario government to invest in park maintenance and make other improvements. It seems to be paying off with the appearance of an MNR crew that was cleaning up camp sites and portages when we were there. Very impressive.
Trip Includes »
- Transportation to put in (from take out)
- Canoes & Boat Launch Fees
- All meals & Group Equipment
- Professional Guides and All Safety Equipment
- Tents & Thermarests (if needed)
- Interior Camping Permits
Not Included »
- Transportation to and from the trip rendez-vous point
- Guide Gratuities