Algonquin Park Travel Guide

  • My brother Brian (in memory of his fave place)
    My brother Brian (in memory of his fave...
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  • What better view could you ask for?
    What better view could you ask for?
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  • Perfect spot for a relaxing drink.
    Perfect spot for a relaxing drink.
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Algonquin Park Things to Do

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    by crazygal59 Written Jul 26, 2007

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    Sometimes it's great to do just nothing. There is wonderful hiking and canoeing in the park, but to just sit and take in the beauty of this wonderful park is the greatest.

    My brother Brian (in memory of his fave place) Wonderful sunsets. After a rain shower. Peace and tranquility.
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  • Algonquin Eco Lodge

    Moffat Pond Algonquin Park On Kol 1XO

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Algonquin Park Transportation

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    by crazygal59 Written Aug 27, 2004

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    The drive to Algonquin is terrific. The highway has been blasted out of the rock and the scenery is great. It's about a 4 hour drive from Toronto.

    Interesting drive.

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Algonquin Park Warnings and Dangers

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    by crazygal59 Updated Jul 26, 2007

    When in remote areas of the park, stay in a group of 2 or more. There are plenty of Black Bears and you never know if they are shy or not. also make sure you use great caution while driving at dusk or dawn. There are some very large animals in the park that wander over the highway,and they are capable of causing lots of damage to your car or you.

    Large moose having his dinner.
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Algonquin Park Off The Beaten Path

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    by crazygal59 Written Aug 27, 2004

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    We went into the northern part of the park for the first time. It is very remote, and not a sound to be heard but the birds.Wonderful!

    Tranqulity.

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