Algonquin is Ontario’s oldest and largest provincial park, and it is home to hundreds of lakes as well as rivers and forests. Many visitors stick to the accessible Highway 60 Corridor, yet to get further into the park you’ll need to embark on a thrilling canoe journey. To the north of Toronto, on the shore of Lake Huron’s beatiful Nottawasaga Bay, is the resort town of The Blue Mountains. Throughout the year you can enjoy a wide range of seasonal activities from skiing to mountain biking.

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