Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario - known for its maple hills, rugged granite ridges and countless waterways. I have been here in the fall and you cannot describe the beauty

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Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario is renowned for its maple hills, its rugged granite ridges, & its network of nearly countless waterways. A weekend spent paddling the outer lakes can be rejuvenating.

a lone tree on a rock cliff overlooking George Lake at Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.

a lone tree on a rock cliff overlooking George Lake at Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.Know and love this place well

Moose in Algonquin Park

This moose was grazing in a beaver meadow just as the sun was starting to peak over the hills. Shot in Algonquin Park, Ontario Credit: Stephen Elms Photography

That's ok...I'll help myself ! Red Squirrel in Algonquin Provincial Park  SO CUTE!

Thats okay, I'll help myself. Published by MSN News - Animals Of The Month, April 2013

Black bear in Algonquin Park by Stephen Elms © In 2011 this bear had visit us at our camp site at 4:00 am.

Black bear in Algonquin Park by Stephen Elms. This is what I'm really excited to see-so long as it's not in my tent trying to eat my face lol 😍

Paddling the back country of Algonquin Park in Ont ... by Stuart Clark on 500px

Paddling the back country of Algonquin Park in Ont . by Stuart Clark on

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