From Campfire Cuisine to Gourmet Dining
Do you like outdoor cooking over a crackling fire, dining al fresco, or multi-course and multi-star meals? South Algonquin has everything your taste buds are hoping for.
Eat In or Take Out
A Good Cuppa Tea/Coffee and Biscuits
This is one of the most common questions we get.
If Tim Hortons in Barry’s Bay, Bancroft, or Huntsville is too far to drive, for your hot brewed delight try visiting:
or the Madawaska Country Store
If it’s a sweet treat you’re after, Whitney’s best loved pop-up bakery is available by preorder only. Pies, cookies, scones, cakes, whatever your pleasure, keep an eye on Little Bear Bakes in the Woods for your next opportunity to put your hands on the best home baked goods in the region, made with high quality ingredients and farm fresh eggs.
Fine dining is available by reservation at Couples Resort, Killarney Lodge, and Arowhan Pines. Bartlett Lodge also offers a unique fine dining experience - enjoy the free water taxi from the parking lot to their resort and restaurant, which amps up the adventure for young and old alike. (We recommend calling ahead to find out what the current COVID policies are regarding reservations at these establishments).
Dine-In and Dine-Out
If you’d rather skip the food prep labour, check out The Mad Musher, the Algonquin Lunch Bar or the Lakeside Smokehouse at Spectacle Lake - one of our many one-stop-shop locations for very tasty, family-friendly food. Or stop at one of our food trucks at Perry’s Pitstop or Avery’s Chip stand to enjoy sweets, ice cream, or fish & chips.
If eating over the campfire is your thing, Madawaska’s Country Store, and Whitney’s Freshmart have you covered for food and supplies you don’t want (or forget) to bring with you. You’ll also find wine and beer at our local LCBO at the Madawaska Country Store, or here in Whitney.