Wilderness Tours is located in the heart of the National Whitewater Park with access to over 5000 acres including 40 kms of hiking and biking trails. 

 

The Park Village is the perfectly situated at the take out of the “Rocher Fendu” whitewater section of the Ottawa River.  The confluence of both the Main and Middle Channel is just a few hundred meters from the resort beach, making Wilderness Tours the best campsite and take out on the river.

 

With a wide range of access passes and packages available for every budget there is no better location than Wilderness Tours.

The National Whitewater Park Ottawa River

Park Village Day Pass and Access

Park Village day passes (and take out passes) are available for purchase any day.  These passes are required when hiking within the park village, using the park village amenities, or accessing the beachfront. 

 

Day passes require you to bring your own equipment such as kayaks, SUPs etc.  If you would like to use our equipment, then a resort day is required to be purchased.  Please visit our resort day page for rates and booking information.

 

If you are going to be visiting us more than 10 times, then a season pass is the perfect way to save you some $.

Adult/Teens

Ages 13+
$ 15 / Person Daily
  • Park Access
  • Village Amenities
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Lorne Access

Kids

Ages 5-12
$ 10 / Person Daily
  • Park Access
  • Village Amenities
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Lorne Access

Groms

Ages 4 and under
$ FREE
  • Park Access
  • Village Amenities
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Lorne Access

Note:  There is a convince fee of $10 / person added for all paddlers’ services booked on site.  Save $ and book online before you arrive!

 

All commercial take out must be pre-arranged minimum 72 hrs before arrival on the river.  Failure to do so may result in additional penalties or fees.  Please email raft@wildernesstours.com

Looking to save even more dollars.  Then a season pass is for you.  Click here for full details and to save even more!

Help preserve the last wild stretch of the Ottawa River

Your fees help us to preserve the last wild section of Canada’s most historical river. Our passion for this river goes back decades. We scouted the river by air with local pilot Del O’Brien in 1973 and then made the first raft descent in ’74 and opened for business in ’75.  Since then we have protected almost 5,000 acres on both sides of the river. Equally important, we not only work here but live here year-round, publish the local newspaper, provide rescue/fire services and contribute to the local economy by supporting over 20 local families. Our partnership with Algonquin College contributes greatly to paddle sports.