Camping at Tea Lake – Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario is a recreation site. There are total 42 campsites. You can go to the site and enjoy Camping, Boating, Hiking, Canoeing, Fishing and Swimming opportunities
Amenities: Flush toilets, No electrical site, Showers, Laundry facilities, Average site seclusion, Firewood, Beach, Boat motors permitted.
Site Description: Algonquin Provincial Park is located in Central Ontario, Canada, about a three-hour drive north of Toronto. The Algonquin park offers more than 7,600 square kilometers of untouched forest with rocky hills and ridges, thousands of lakes, endless streams and rivers and a wide variety of wildlife. Highway 60 runs through the southern part of the park offering gorgeous scenery from both sides of the road. If you like an outdoor photography, this is one of the best places to go, especially in the Fall. If you lucky to be in Algonquin on one of the sunny days in the fall, I’m sure you will get a lot of great pictures. Autumn colors are at best from the middle of September to the late October. One of the smaller campgrounds within Algonquin Park which is host to 42 campsites and is set in a mixed hardwood coniferous forest. Vault privies are located throughout the park.
Driving Directions: Tea Lake Campground is located at km 11.4 of Highway 60.