How’s the weather? The Killarney Lodge experience is a magical blend of country comfort, excellent food and service tucked inside the vast and spectacular wilderness of Algonquin Park.
We enjoy a varied climate through the months the Lodge is open to guests and we suggest you bring a good selection of clothing. Spring and Fall bring crisp, clear nights and misty mornings that may be cool before the sunrise so bring some warm clothing. Cabins are heated and remain cozy at all times. Rain wear and good walking shoes or boots are suggested along with the gear you’ll need for any activities you have in mind. If in doubt… Bring it!
Can I bring my dog? Yes, visit our Pet Page here.
Dress code? Informal, most guests come to dinner “smart casual” Visit our Dining page.
Travel times? Visit our Directions page.
Need I take the meal plan? Yes, rates include three delicious meals daily.
Vegetarian meals? Yes, a tasty selection each day. Visit our Dining page.
Children? We have a safe sandy beach, though no special facilities or babysitting are provided.
Cars? We recommend a vehicle to get to us and to tour around the Park. There is bus service to Huntsville where car rental is available. We provide a free Algonquin Park permit for the duration of your stay.
Or… the Toronto-Algonquin Park Express bus runs from Toronto to the Lake of Two Rivers store near the Lodge, you can even bring your bicycle or dog. For information: https://www.parkbus.ca.Let us know you arrived, we’ll pick you up!
WiFi@Killarney? If there's something that needs your timely attention - we understand. We created a WiFi hotspot in the Tin Moose Gallery should you need to use phone, etc.. Signal strength varies. Rest assured, cabins, dining room and lounge remain unplugged.
Cell phones? There is coverage for major outfits, check with other providers. We ask that cell phones only be used in guest cabins. Please respect the peace and quiet of Killarney Lodge and let nature supply the ambient sounds!
Pay phone? Yes, we still have one, it works!