Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Until Next Year...

Thank you for being part of another successful season!
While we’re sad to close the gates, we’re ready to catch our breath and spend time with our family and friends.
Until next year! 

Love Theresa, David and Adam
And All of us at Arowhon Pines

Monday, October 12, 2015

Thanksgiving Day 2015

From our family to yours, 
we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving Day.

 Love Theresa, David & Adam 
& Everyone at Arowhon Pines

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Gorgeous September Photos

Thank you Brenda and Andrew Excell for these gorgeous September photos of Arowhon / Algonquin Park.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Lovely Photos by Artist Gabriele Mayer

Thank you to our recent guest and artist Gabriele Mayer for these beautiful photos of Arowhon Pines. 

See more of Gabriele's work:  

Monday, September 21, 2015

Arowhon Pines in 1981

A beautiful photo of happiness galore at Arowhon Pines in 1981.  Thank you to Andy and Christine Attalai for sending this.

The photograph was taken by Andy’s parents, Peter and Lilly Attalai who were guests here for 30+ years!

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Algonquin Park and Other Places by Gary Cralle

Enjoy a travel story with visual impact about Algonquin Park and other places by Gary Cralle:
"Algonquin Provincial Park is bigger than Prince Edward Island, bigger than the state of Delaware. Established in 1893 because the land wasn’t good enough for farming, it looks marvelous as the Grand Dame of the Ontario Parks system. 
And does it have wildlife! — 279 species of birds, 45 types of mammals, 15 different reptiles, 17 amphibians and 56 varieties of fish. But that’s not all; for every variety of human there’s hiking, biking, camping, birding, picnicking, skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, winter yurts and the most beloved sport of all — canoeing."  Read more

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Autumn in Algonquin

Although we’ve been experiencing summer-like temperatures all week – a few of us are still out swimming daily (water temperature is 18 degrees) – we know that the chillier weather is in the forecast.

Soon, the dining room fire will be lit every meal to welcome guests.   The bellmen will spend much of the day replenishing wood in the cabins and splitting wood for kindling.  The chef will be pondering the Thanksgiving Weekend menu.  Our bathing suits and sandals will be packed away for another season.  And guests will try to decide where best to see the magnificent changing colours of the leaves, by canoe or on a trail?

We look forward to welcoming autumn (and you!) to Algonquin Park.