Look no further for classic Canadiana. This is what camping in Algonquin Provincial Park looks like.
Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park may just be the most famous park in all of Canada. The humble beauty of its Canadian wilderness has enthralled visitors for centuries. Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven found tremendous inspiration here, as did Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. But for everyday guests such as myself, a weekend resident at Algonquin's Achray Campground, it just feels like home. I hope you enjoy its beauty as much as I do!
I've always found national and provincial parks to offer a tremendous value and I'm inspired by their rich history and stunning natural beauty. Algonquin Provincial Park is no exception and I can strongly recommend Achray Campground as the perfect end of summer retreat.
As always, I welcome and encourage your comments. Have you ever been camping in a national or provincial park before?
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