To do a lot or do nothing at all? A tough decision when almost everything is included in one package. No matter what time of year, there's always a lot to do at Couples Resort. Then again, who said you couldn't just relax in a deep padded chaise lounge on your own room deck and indulge in a favorite novel while resting in the soothing warmth of the day. Whatever you choose, you're sure to enjoy all of our activities.
The resort sits on a Semi-Private Lake, Galeairy Lake which is 11 km long reaching into Algonquin Park and 95% undeveloped so great for exploring hidden bays and exploring what nature has to offer along the shorelines. Or explore the rugged surroundings can compel you to take a guided trail ride in the Algonqin wilderness. With with direct access to 35 km of trail alongside the serene Madawaska River on an abandoned railway bed you can go mountain biking or ATVing for hours. Or take a leisurely hike on the resorts trails.
To invigorate the body, the best wild swimming, a wonderful long swim off of our swimming dock in our clean lake is a must. Adjacent to the lake, the pool is part of a 5000 square foot, multi-level patio.
1 outdoor salt-water pool 20 feet X 40 feet - Open May Long Weekend until Labour Day Weekend (We will extend into end of September if day time air temperature is above 25'C for minimum 4 days in row, like it surprisingly happened in September 2016 and 2017)
Pool Temp 82'F & 28'C hours 10am to 7pm. (September times if open at all will be limited from 12 noon to 5 pm)
- 1 Patio Area; Alcohol Licenced by the LLBO and a non-smoking area
- Directly adjacent the Main Lodge over looking the beautiful water's of Galeairy
- Wrought iron patio tables and chairs
- Meals / Snacks / Drinks which must be purchased from patio servers
3 Patio Areas
1) the double fire-pit patio Smoking of Cannabis and Cigars Allowed
2) the pool patio a Non-smoking area and NO GLASS ALLOWED
3) the patio with the Couples Chaise lounges a Non smoking area
Very clean and safe, with water temperatures hitting 25C (78F) by the end of July. Typically the lake temperature is above 18C (70F) from the third week of June to the first week of September.
* No water access after October 30th.
A variety of sports equipment is provided at no extra charge see:
Summer in Algonquin Park comes later than surrounding areas as a result of the Park's higher elevations.
We provide free passes into Algonquin Park with your stay with us.
Algonquin Park's two museums, the Visitor Centre and Logging Museum, are open daily (see the Events Calendar for specific operating dates and hours) offering all visitors park information, plus outstanding natural and cultural history exhibits.
Algonquin Park's interpretive walking trails are available for day hiking outings. Trails are open year-round, but trail guide booklets are available at trail heads from late spring to early fall.
Enjoy a free leisurely tour along the shores of Galeairy Lake and take in the beauty of Algonquin. Take the 4 hour paddle round trip and explore our waterfall. Or spend few hours fishing for Trout, Bass, Pickerel.
We have extensive collection of all weather clothing, fishing gear, outerwear, footwear, hats and accessories & apparel.
Most equipment is free for details and specials check out Packages Page for more information.
14 foot Aluminum Fishing Boat with 8 hpr Motor
14 foot Aluminum, Steering Wheel Operated, 20 hpr
16 foot Aluminum, Steering Wheel Operated, 30 hpr
Italian Sundeck Boat, Steering Wheel Driven
14 foot with 40 hp Honda Motor
Paddle & Row Boats
Rugged surroundings can compel you to mount up on your own trail horse and go on a guided trail ride. For those with an appetite for the outback, grab your old jeans and head off into the wilderness. There is nothing quite like exploring the Algonquin wilderness on horseback https://ridethewilderness.com/
An important form of transportation for the Algonquin natives has always been the use of canoes on the beautiful lakes and rivers. Canoes and kayaks permit you to travel deep into Algonquin Park on our Galeairy Lake still as pristine as ever.
Inquire at Sport Centre to go out super early next day (as early as sunrise)
Bike maps for four trails. Each of the trails are rated easy for all to enjoy.
Madawaska River trail which is endless this trail follows abandoned railway bed, biking along the serene Madawaska River, this trail will take you all the way to Madawaska and then you can return via Hwy 60 to complete a 40 km loop. But prepare for hills which may be a challenge on the highway and a paved shoulder for only part of your ride.
The old Abandoned Railway Line trail which will take you into Algonquin Park and the Lobster Lake Trail which is an old loggers road and the Hydro Line trail.
Resort scenic lookout trail starts next to our museum and continues for 2.7 km or take one of the many trails located in Algonquin Park.
Trail Map & Directions Available from sport center or front desk. Several trails within Algonquin Park
Algonquin Park's interpretive walking trails are available for day hiking outings. Each trail is designed to explore a different aspect of Algonquin and each has a trail guide booklet which is available on-line or through The Friends of Algonquin Park Bookstores. Trails are open year-round, but trail guide booklets are available at trail heads from late spring to early fall.
We have clothing to keep you warm and dry, includes 100% windproof & waterproof pants and jackets plus polar fleece interiors, if needed. We recommend that you bring good hiking shoes.
Head Guide; Stuart Lorne Letovsky. Luxury Guided Packages for biking, canoeing, motorized and overnight tripping at Algonquin Tours.
All-Terrain-Vehicles are definitely the new way to explore the hinterland. Drive on 100’s of kilometers of Ontario ATV trails, there are endless trails leading directly from the Resort. Please feel free to bring your Own ATV.