You might ask, what is boondocking? This is a great question. To all corners of this great country (Canada), boondocking means no fresh water, no electricity or sewer utilities while camping in an RV. Living without conveniences such as municipal electricity, indoor plumbing, or grocery stores, especially when camping with a recreational vehicle; in other words roughing it. That may make sense for the rest of the country that carry on "boondocking" in the summer, but here in Algoma, the word boondocking means winter, it means powder, it means back country riding. For a full explanation watch the video below. But be warned, it will have you packing up your sled and heading North. It will make you exhilarated, make your hands sweat and you will want more . . . a lot more.
Why are we trying to keep it a secret? Because it's not for the faint at heart, it's not for those folks that are afraid of going somewhere where no one has gone before them. It's for those riders that like to brag about where they've been, what they have done and have the pictures to prove it!
More teaser photos can be found at the Top Secret Boondocking Facebook.
How do you find out more? You request your manual by clicking here. But don't be surprised if you get called for an interview before we decide whether we will send it to you. Then you travel to Wawa, Ontario. Yes, Wawa, the big Goose, Lake Superior and lake effect snow. When your mission has been assigned and authorized you will receive your free official Top Secret Boondocking sticker.
Looking for a weekend getaway that includes powder riding? Then you'll want to check out this event:
Wawa Snow Down
Hosted in Wawa, this snowmobile adventure brings you the best of both powder riding and on trail riding. It's the best of both worlds! The Powder Hound Class is a day of venturing off the trail to hidden and secret places only your guides will know how to get too. Long track sleds are mandatory and this is for experienced riders with a lot of grit. The Trailblazer Class will take you along some of the best trails in the province. It's scenic, it's fun and it's great for the whole family. No matter what you choose, the day ends with an awesome dinner at the Wawa Motor Inn followed by an evening of live entertainment and prizes.