Fri. Feb 23rd, 2024

We all want to get out and experience the natural wonders that Ontario has to offer, but sometimes organizing your own trip can seem a little daunting.

That’s where The Trip Shed comes in!

What are they about?

Trip Shed stands for one thing above all: lighting and stoking the fire of natural connection (and having the best time possible while doing it!).

There are endless benefits to slowing down and unplugging, and The Trip Shed wants to share them with as many people as possible. They defend protecting these natural spaces that have taught us so much, so that they can continue teaching others.

sunset on the lake

The Trip Shed is committed to connecting these places with people who would otherwise never have the opportunity to see the magic with their own eyes. By supporting other environmental advocates wherever they can, The Trip Shed ensures that a portion of all proceeds go towards initiatives working to protect our wild spaces.

Outdoors for everyone

Trip Shed provides the tools, knowledge and supplies for a premium wilderness experience, offering a variety of packages ranging from light canoe trips to the ultimate canoe trips. They also offer full gear for any trip you can think of, day hikes, food options, and complete trip planning for you and your crew!

If you’re new to it, the Add a Guide feature allows you to expand your nature education while giving you the convenience of an expert guide.

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Be sure to check out their upcoming events for some nice day hikes.

1% for parks

Trip Shed believes strongly in protecting the places we play.

This year, they will be donating 1% of all their profits directly to Ontario Parks to ensure they will be there for us and others to enjoy for years to come.

Ontario Parks appreciates your generous support.

Contest alert!

Trip Shed is giving away a summer day use permit for Ontario parks!

To enter, post a photo of yourself exploring an Ontario park and follow/tag @ElTripShed and @OntarioParks On Instagram. The contest closes July 15, 2019.

Meet Aaron and Alejandro

Brothers Aaron and Alexander Savatti were born and raised in Toronto and found wonder in local parks in every free moment. They share over twenty-five years of experience as wilderness guides and their mission is to share that love of all things nature with others.

two people

Although born in the city, they grew up in the bush and spent their formative years canoeing in Algonquin Provincial Park, Killarney Provincial Park and Temagami River Provincial Park, to name a few.

camping in the countryside

Ontario’s parks have always held an incredibly special place in their hearts for as long as they can remember.

Whether paddling by moonlight across a quiet lake, hiking a trail on a hot summer day, or simply chatting with the staff at one of the parks, Aaron and Alexander recognize and appreciate all the incredible work done by Ontario Parks that helps deliver these amazing experiences.

Ready to go?

Visit The Trip Shed to get started!

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