Algonquin Park selected Canada’s 2nd Most Priceless National Park

Published By on June 19th, 2007 in Edge Insider

With summer giving us a chance to sleep in the great outdoors, the Most Priceless National Park contest (which surveyed over 2006 Canadians identified Alberta’s Banff first (19%), followed closely by Ontario’s Algonquin Park second (15%) and Alberta’s Jasper third (7%). Interestingly, Algonquin Park is a provincial park – though its beauty and popularity are regularly recognized at the national level.

Last week, we announced that the canoe was selected as one of Canada’s Seven Wonders. Along with with the identificaton of Algonquin Park selection as Canada’s 2nd most Priceless, you might be asking youself, “Is there a better time to experience Algonquin Park by canoe than with a Seven Wonders of Algonquin Park trip this summer? Read our updated press release.

Email Kate to inquire about availability or to book your trip and journey by canoe and explore Algonquin Park’s Seven Wonders this year!

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