algonquin provincial park

Located between The Ottawa River and Georgian Bay in central Ontario, Canada the Algonquin Park is a Provincial park within incondite South part of Nipissing District. It is a popular Provincial park. The tourist loved its campsites, lakes and meandering rivers. It is covered with thousands of lakes, maple hills and rocky ridges. You can also enjoy your time by seeing the moose. The most amazing and only way is to explore its interior beauty by foot or canoe.

This is the oldest Algonquin provincial park which is established in 1893. There is another Algonquin provincial park, which is 56 kilometer expansion of Highway. You can spend the most exiting time here with camping, hike, taking some educational program and you can also check out the art center.

This park is protecting the other important rivers of the area. Over 1,200 kilometers of streams and 2,400 lakes and rivers are located within the park. In 1992 this park was named a National Historic site of Canada.

Algonquin is now popular because of its attractions. It is a home of Natural educational program. It has over 1,200 campsites, 19 interpretive trails and the most popular sight of this program is weekly wolf howls. Other activities of this amazing park are fishing, horse riding, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing etc.

The boundaries of this park included with 18 townships of Nipissing and also covering an area of 3,797 kilometers. But the 10% of area are under the water. Peter Thomas was responsible for the park boundaries because he was the chief ranger of the Algonquin Park. In 1910 the wildlife numbers were increased. The wildlife is the main attracting thing of this provincial park. Every year thousands of visitors came to this park to enjoy their time with some amazing and exiting things.

Publisher: Fadiyah Sameh

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