A Provincial Park in Northern Ontario located on Highway 60 near Huntsville. Algonquin's area spans across 7,725 square kilometres ( 4797.225 mi) and is home to hundreds of species of wildlife and plants. It is not rare to see Moose up close here.

Algonquin Park inspired Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven, as well as 40 published authors and uncounted artists to reflect with their talents.

Algonquin's history dates back to the 1800s when the area was being used for logging and leisure. The park was officially reserved as a wildlife sanctuary in 1893. Algonquin allows people to explore nature in several different ways depending on their budget, flexibility and outdoorsmanship such as:
I like to take a topographical map and a compass to explore the abandoned railroad and airfields that are within the park.

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