Algonquin Provincial Park

Algonquin Park, the largest park in the Ontario Provincial Parks System, borders Eastern and Central Ontario. Algonquin Park was formed in 1893. Its original primary purpose was as a timber reserve designed to keep forest-clearing settlers out of valuable timber lands.
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Destinations nearby to Algonquin Provincial Park

Bishop, Devine, McLaughlin and Osler

Landmarks in the area

Longer Lake, Shippagew Lake, Blue Lake and Lonely Lake
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