Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario

A small island in Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario

Algonquin Provincial Park was the first provincial park in Canada in 1893. The park covers about 2950 square miles / 7630 square kilometers and is one of the most popular Provincial parks in Canada. Over 2400 lakes and 750 miles / 1200 kilometers of streams and rivers are located within the park. Hiking, canoeing, camping and fishing are enjoyed by many visitors to the park. You have a pretty good chance of seeing a moose during your ventures here and many see a spruce grouse in the early morning hours. There are also a small number of wolf, lynx and bears in the park. A trip to the Algonquin Provincial Park will leave outdoor enthusiasts with wonderful memories of their adventures and the breathtaking views they enjoyed together on their honeymoon.

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Highlights
  • Walk the 1.3 kilometre loop of the Algonquin Logging Museum to learn about the history of logging in the park.
  • Hike along the abandoned OA & PS railroad bed, which passes by some interesting sites.
  • Hike the fascinating Brent Crater and Barron Canyon.
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