See the true Algonquin Park - take part in a multi-day backcountry canoe trip.  You can do this with your own gear or use one of the many outfitters located around many of the park access areas.  If you don't want to take such a big bite, try some of the car/RV type campgrounds or just some of the simple access lakes that do not require any portaging of your canoe and gear.

To experience the true beauty of the park, try to get off the beaten path on the highway 60 corridor and explore Algonquin park through one of the 17 water access points into the heart of the interior.  A number of tour operators offer guided overnight trips that include seeing wildlife in its natural setting and exploring sites of natural beauty or you can explore and enjoy on your own.  It is a wonderful opportunity for family fun from May through September (and other months for the more hardy campers).

 A comprehensive map is available to view or purchase through Jeffrey's website:  http://www.algonquinmap.com/

Another great resource can be found through Algonquin Adventures including tips, triplogs and a helpful, active message forum:  http://www.algonquinadventures.com/

And the official Friends of Algonquin Park offers many valuable links and points as well for making your reservations:  http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/