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Tom Thomson (Canadian, 1877–1917): In Algonquin Park, 1914. - Google Search

The Canadian Wilderness: Favorite Tom Thomson Landscapes

Study for “Northern River”, 1914 - 1915. Tom Thomson, born Claremont, Ontario, 1877; died Canoe Lake (Algonquin Park), Ontario, 1917

Study for “Northern River”, 1914 - Tom Thomson, Canadian (Group of Seven)

Algonquin Provincial Park  With over 1300 camp sites and many more back country sites you are sure to find a great fit whether you choose a site right off the main highway or have to portage for days to get there. This is Canada's oldest park and covers nearly 8000 sq/km. For those of you not familiar with the metric system, it is one and a half times the state of Delaware!

Algonquin Provincial Park With over 1300 camp sites and many more back country sites you are sure to find a great fit whether you choose a site right off the main highway or have to portage for days to get there. This is Canada's oldest park.

Frozen Lake, Early Spring Algonquin Park (1914), by Alexander Young Jackson, Group of Seven Canadian painter

Jackson Canadian, Member of The Group of Seven 1882 - 1974 "Frozen Lake, Early Spring, Algonquin Park"

Portage sign in Algonquin Park, Ontario

Portage sign in Algonquin Park, Ontario Ah. Who can forget the portages.

Lawren Harris  Shimmering Water Algonquin Park

Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris Shimmering water Algonquin Park, Canadian Group of Seven artists

Algonquin Park, Ontario

Map of Algonquin National Park of Ontario - Algonquin Provincial Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia