Permits & Regulations
All visitors to Algonquin Park should be aware of the permits and regulations of the park. These have been established to help maintain the park for all to enjoy now and in the future. This system also helps Algonquin Park outfitters in servicing their customer's needs in their area. Please respect park policies and regulations for a worry free and enjoyable park visit.
Park Permits are required by all visitors and are available for day-use or overnight camping. If you have not reserved in advance, permits can be picked up at the park information centre, vehicle accessed campgrounds or any of the interior access points. Day-use vehicle permits for hiking or exploring the park are currently $17/day. Interior campsite fees are currently $12.43/night per adult and $5.65/night per child (6 to 17 years old). Annual and seasonal parking permits are also available.
Day-use vehicle permits: $17/Day
Interior campsite fees - (Age 18+): $12.43/Night
Interior campsite fees - (Age 6-17): $5.65/Night
Park Regulations range from firearms restrictions to motor restrictions and noise regulations. You can visit www.algonquinpark.on.ca for a comprehensive list. Some of the more notable regulations that affect the Algonquin Bound area are no baitfish for fishing, please do not cut down or deface trees, no cans or bottles for food consumption at interior campsites and only camp at designated sites that are marked by the orange tent sign.