Ontario and Algonquin Park
Algonquin Park is filled with wildlife. The odds are in your favour that you will see the great blue heron or playful otters, the elusive black bears or the mighty moose. The chances of spotting wildlife are excellent and even if you don’t, fun paddling and challenging portages will make you proud of your accomplishments.
Camping in the wilderness is a right of passage for Canadians. You haven’t truly lived until you have gathered firewood and pitched a tent in the middle of a forest clearing to tell ghost stories by firelight.
Alberta and Jasper/Banff National Park
Quebec: Mont Tremblant National Park
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