Algonquin Park is one of the provincial parks of Canada which was established in 1893 in central Ontario. It is one of the oldest provincial parks of Canada that has undergone an extensive change in its parameters; which in the current times is 7,653 square kilometers. It tends to have borders with some other separate small parks but offers the best sites out of all. It offers protection to a lot of water sources and has over 2,400 lakes and an area of 1,200 kilometers of streams and rivers within its vicinity with some of the greatest attractions being the Canoe Lake, Petawawa, Nipissing, Tim rivers and last but not the least; the retreat of the glaciers that still stand since the ice age. The Algonquin Park is also known for being a border between the southern and northern part of Ontario.
When talking of beauty at its best then the grace and grandeur of the Canadian geographical and natural vegetation cannot be skipped out on as this homeland Offers a fabulous outburst of nature’s best views of mountains, water bodies and rich grasslands. It has great forest areas that feature a unique species of rare coniferous forest regions and deciduous forest zones and has many environmental characteristic that endorse some uncommon diversity of plants and animals species.
Seasonal changes bring about a greater appeal to the region which in winter gives the Algonquin park a fantastic winter park look that has the snow clad features of the rich vegetation exhibiting fabulous wildlife views and mountain charm. The greatest appeal lies in the woodland forests which have a white base of snow and tall coniferous trees to flaunt a contrasting view of nature. The open natural grasslands offer a very fascinating landscape for leisure, playground activities and strolling amidst the color effects of the multi colored trees.
Algonquin Park also serves as one of the richest places for wildlife research due to the abundance of richness it has on environmental as well as cultural basis. This park also holds the honor of being titled as the National historic Site of Canada in 1992 whereby it services and strategies towards the development and preservation of the parkland was also hailed and acknowledged. The sights and landscapes evince towards the effort put but all does not end here, the sincere efforts of the parks service also extend to the provision the encouragement of artists to serve a better role in by contributing towards promoting the historic and natural charm of features of the Algonquin Park through their medium of work.
The administrative and park service area home area of the park offers cottages, camps, railway station access, museum buildings and other structural monuments and tends to promote the provincial industrial logging within its parameters.[codepeople-post-map]