$10.50 pp per night.
Its very much like the BWCA but aside from Canada Day far less crowded and there isnt a rush to find a campsite as you reserve your whole lake by lake trip when you get your permit.
That said its not as cheap as the Boundary Waters. In June before school is out you could go anywhere and be pretty well alone.
The Adirondacks has a nice remote rigorous loop in Lila Lows, down the Bog River to Round Pond and then Little Tupper to Shingls Shanty and back to Lila. Its some 55 miles long. Campsites are first come first served and free. Its a mix of to class 2 paddling with lots of hiking and lakes..Low's is over ten miles long.
The Adirondack Paddling Guide and Map have all the campsites and routes indicated..
The French River about 4 hours north of Toronto offers a mix of rapids lake and river travel and loops can be made. Georgian Bay is gorgeous.
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