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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 […]

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Algonquin Park – The Canoer

“Good morning”, he said. He greeted me with a bright smile enough to warm me up from the crispy morning temperature. Its 7:00 in Algonquin Park and the world was sheathed in autumn mist. The hazy hills and dales nearby are nowhere in sight and I had the feeling that, they, too, together with the […]

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Algonquin Park Fall Colours: The Lookout Trail

At the Lookout Trail in Algonquin Park, there’s a great fall colours that await hikers and visitors. It’s not really hard to fall in-love with a place thats as gorgeous as Algonquin Park—in Fall. The whole park is on fire with burning hues of red, orange, yellow and green. The craggy cliffs are like your […]

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