The Little Bonnechere, as this section of river is traditionally called, is one of eastern Ontario's best canoeing rivers, with a fine combination of natural beauty, a little moving water, several small lakes and intriguing human history.
It makes a great introduction to river and lake paddling or a fun short-duration trip for the experienced paddler.
This 1:25,000 scale map covers the 35-kilometre section of river between Basin Lake in Algonquin Park and Round Lake, and has all the usual features including terrain details, portages, campsites, human history, safety concerns, access points, contact information and much more.
Also consider our other smaller format, larger scale, more detailed Algonquin "Daytripper" Maps of smaller popular areas (Canoe Lake, Opeongo Lake, Oxtongue River and Barron-Achray) suitable for short trips of a week or less. Or try our larger area Algonquin maps (Algonquin 1-Corridor North, Algonquin 2-Northwest, Algonquin 3-Corridor South or Algonquin 4-Central North map guides) suitable for longer trips or shorter ones in less busy areas.
For an idea of the kinds of features you can see on our maps and some sample close-up sections go to our Features/Samples page.