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Algonquin Park Fall Colours – Lake of Two Rivers Camp Ground

The Lake of Two Rivers camp ground is the oldest and the most-known camp site in Algonquin National Park. Its accessible on Highway 60 on km 31.8 and it features a beach side opposite a tiny island which can only be accessed via canoe or kayak. The park also includes 241 camp sites where most have electrical devices and wheelchair accessible. Visitors will be camping under tall, pine trees.

Around this area are the Lookout Trail,  Two Rivers Trail, Bat Lake Trail, Highland Backpacking Trail, Old Railway Bike Trail, and Mew Lake Campground. Theres also an Outfitters where you can rent bikes, canoes and kayaks.

(All photos were taken in the morning when the mists were partly gone.) 

Lake of Two Rivers camp ground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

Lake of Two Rivers camp ground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

Lake of Two Rivers camp ground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

Lake of Two Rivers camp ground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

Lake of Two Rivers camp ground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

Lake of Two Rivers camp ground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

Lake of Two Rivers campground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

Lake of Two Rivers campground in Algonquin Park in Fall.

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