Millions of people have precious memories of an Algonquin experience — perhaps the unforgettable fishing trip twenty years ago, perhaps falling asleep after a hard day with the wild calls of loons reverberating from ancient moonlit hills, or perhaps marvelling from a clifftop at wild, rugged country stretching as far as the eye can see.
The granddaddy of all parks, Algonquin covers 7,725 sq km. Algonquin Provincial Park is Ontario's oldest and most famous park. An oasis of rocky, windswept beauty, this wilderness jewel has been an inspiration for artists and a magnet for nature lovers for more than a century. With over a thousand lakes and rivers, towering forests, long, sandy beaches and a huge variety of wildlife, it's no surprise the park attracts fishermen, paddlers, hikers and cyclists from every corner of the world.
Visit Algonquin Park at: http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/
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