Ontario Parks in Canadian Geographic Travel

Check out the March 2009 issue of Canadian Geographic Travel magazine which features 25 of Canada’s great provincial and territorial parks.

Killarney, French River, Sleeping Giant and Quetico Provincial Parks are highlighted as some of the best in Ontario.

To see an online version of the Canadian Geographic Travel article, click here:

Learn more about provincial parks in the 2009 Ontario Parks Guide. Free copies of the Ontario Parks Guide are available at any provincial park office, tourism agency, ServiceOntario/Government Information Centre and local chamber of commerce, or by calling 1-800-ONTARIO (668-2746).

You can also download a copy from the Ontario Parks website.

3 thoughts on “Ontario Parks in Canadian Geographic Travel”

  1. This may be a silly question but I’ll ask it anyway:

    Are there any luxurious or semi-luxurious places to stay (for two people) in or near Algonquin Provincial Park?

  2. try Arowhonpines within the boundaries of Algonquin.
    1-866-633-5661 arowhonpines.ca (seasonal only)
    Deerhurst resort in Hunstville about 40 km. west of park.(year round)
    google Deerhurst as i don’t have contact info.
    Both are highly recommended
    Hope this helps.

  3. Yes there is an excellent place to stay near Algonquin (it’s in Whitney near the East gate)… It’s called the Couples Resort and it is excellent. We went there for our honeymoon and really enjoyed the food, heated pool and activities. Just a recommendation, if you go, stay in the Master Junior Suites; they give you the most bang for your buck.

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