Bartlett Lodge

Highway 60, KM 23, 7, • Algonquin Park • Ontario • P0A 1H0

Think of Bartlett Lodge as an oasis of comfort in a naturally wondrous environment. For you, that might mean a lake-view deck and perfect reading chair; it might be a welcoming nap on an inviting king-size bed after a day’s easy paddle. Regardless of your wants and needs, Bartlett defines luxury in nature.

Experience Algonquin Park at your own pace. Enjoy glamping luxury with renowned dining. Allow us to help you plan the perfect paddle or hike or guide you to our favourite photography locations. Explore painting sites from The Group of Seven or take a private guided tour with our Lodge Naturalist and learn about the history that makes Algonquin Park and Bartlett Lodge so special. Go for a swim in our pristine lake, learn how to use a stand-up paddle board, take a mountain bike on a trail, or simply enjoy a glass of wine on the dock and watch the stars. That’s your Algonquin experience. 

Four brilliant courses of refined cottage dining excellence guided by our philosophy: truly sustainable farming and using local ingredients whenever possible. Experience the most historic dining room in Algonquin Park, taking pleasure in an experience that touches on the seasonality and locality of Ontario. Sit back and enjoy the personal attention to every detail by our staff. From arrival to departure, gourmet dining at Bartlett Lodge is an experience to be shared over and over again. 

Please ensure that you bring your own wine as we are not licensed. 

Our packages are a little outside the box! From guided tours, to craft beer, to wilderness dining, we have a consciously curated package for every discerning taste or need. 

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THE ARTS - Travel the very hills that inspired the Group of Seven.

Algonquin’s unique mix of rock, coniferous and deciduous trees and landscapes rippled with streams, rivers and lakes is the canvas of Canada’s impressionist legacy. Discover Group of Seven haunts and perspectives or explore more recent backdrops of other famed Canadian painters. Even better – bring your brushes.