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

Lake Opeongo, Algonquin Provincial Park

A Citizen Science Workshop: Fall Lake Trout Spawning Survey on Lake Opeongo will be taking place in Algonquin Park October

Algonquin Provincial Park - Ontario, Canada Art Print

Algonquin Provincial Park - Ontario, Canada

Granite Cliff, Rock Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park

Granite Cliff, Rock Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada - I went on a camping trip once up there. There was a bear making havoc in the camp. Sad when we invade their space.

Ontario is a perfect destination to enjoy the outdoors. "Whether you've been paddling for years looking for extreme backcountry routes or you are a complete beginner, Ontario has something for everyone.

Rock Lake, Algonquin Provincial Park

This is at the southern end of Rock Lake in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. We were stopped for lunch before portaging from Rock Lake into Pen Lake. You can see where the South Madawaska River flows into Rock Lake.

Two pine martens in a tree - Algonquin Provincial Park

Two pine martens in a tree - Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Provincial Park

Canoeist on Lake at Sunrise, Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada

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.

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