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  • Published on Feb 29, 2016
    5 Parks to Visit in Ontario
    1. Bruce Peninsula National Park & Five Fathoms National Marine Park

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    Do shipwrecks, swimming, overhead cliffs, and orchids sound appealing? These two parks, just outside of Tobermory provide entertainment for everyone in your party. Whether you prefer adventure exploring or leisurely strolls along the shore, these two side-by-side parks will certainly keep you and your party engaged and enjoying.

     

    1. Point Peele National Park

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    Point Peele is unique for a number of reasons. Not only is it located at the southernmost part of the Canadian border, but it also juts into the infamous Lake Erie, producing a peninsula of sorts. Visitors from all over the world flock to this park to witness the heavy bird migration seasons. Boardwalks and benches run throughout these wetlands and are perfect for watching a variety of bird species fly in and out for the changing seasons.

     

    1. Georgian Bay Islands National Park

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    The set of nearly 30,000 small islands along the Georgian Bay were formed ages ago by the last Ice Age. No surprise then that this oasis has become a frequented hot spot for boaters and nature enthusiasts alike. Trips run between May and October and bring travelers in from all over the world.

     

    1. Killarney Provincial Park

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    This park has it all as it overlooks both the white La Cloche mountains as well as the Georgian Bay. Complete with pink granite rock cliffs along the shorelines of several inland ponds and lakes, it is no wonder that this park was once associated with famous Canadian artist groups. The breathtaking views make this park one that you’ve got to see.

     

    1. Algonquin Provincial Park

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    Offering access to some of Ontario’s most breathtaking backcountry, Algonquin Provincial Park showcases both the wildlife and activities that have come to be expected in the area. Favored among water enthusiasts, this park features miles of waterways that are perfect for canoe and kayak adventures. Tourists seeking wildlife excursions can participate in the nighttime wolf howl, where tour groups venture into the wilderness and call back and forth to wolves. This park is truly an adventure seeker’s paradise!

     

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