Information Bulletin #1
Motor Boat Regulations for Algonquin Park
Boats are not permitted on most lakes in Algonquin Park. There are, however,
four groups of exception:
Motors of unlimited horsepower may be used on Galeairy and Opeongo Lakes.
Motors of 20 horsepower or less may be used on the following lakes –
Canoe, Cedar, Kingscote, Kioshokwi, Little Cauchon, Rock, Smoke, Source,
Tanamakon, Tea, Two Rivers and Whitefish.
Motors of 10 horsepower or less may be used on the following lakes – Cauchon,
Cauliflower, Grand, Joe, Little Joe, Madawaska, Manitou, North Radiant, Rain,
Tepee and Travers.
Motors of 6 horsepower or less may be used, except from the last Friday in
June to the first
Monday in September inclusive, on the following lakes – Big
La Muir, Proulx (and the river to), Little Crow and White Partridge.
Law clearly states that all Algonquins must
adhere to these Motor Boat Regulations.
respect these regulations,
On behalf of the Algonquins of Greater Golden Lake First Nation
Page created by: muckwa
Changes last made on: March 8, 2005.