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Algonquin Provincial Park holidays

Established in 1893, Algonquin Provincial Park is Ontario’s oldest and largest park, with over 7,800 square km of pine forests, jagged cliffs, streams, mossy bogs and lakes. Visitors to the park can make use of the walking trails, picnic areas and excellent trout fishing. While there we recommend visiting the Algonquin Art Centre and the Visitors Centre.

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