Canada is without a doubt one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Yes, I know; I’m going to be biased saying that, right? But, you shouldn’t just take my word for it. Millions of people around the world are saying that – not just Canadians like me!
It’s also a well-known fact that Canada has a lot of sightseeing potential. I don’t just mean the usual inner-city tourist traps. There’s a lot of Canada that I don’t think even many Canadians have experienced before!
Regular visitors to my blog will know that I enjoy being outdoors. If you do as well, do you know of the best outdoors destinations to visit? No? Let me share with you six fine examples you need to check out:
- Kluane National Park and Reserve
Are you thinking of heading up to the Yukon? If so, be sure to make a trip to the Kluane National Park and Reserve. One of the reasons that make it such a popular place to visit is Mount Logan, Canada’s highest mountain.
Kluane is also home to a varied range of animals like wolves, coyotes, beavers, and caribou.
- Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
Over in British Columbia, there is the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve. It also spans almost 200 square miles of land and ocean. Long Beach is arguably the most visited part of the reserve.
If you’re planning a road trip there, places like Al’s Trailer Sales can get you set up with a suitable RV. With such a vast area to discover, traveling by RV makes sense.
- Douglas Provincial Park
Those of you visiting the Saskatchewan prairie should head over to Douglas Provincial Park. It boasts an array of water-based recreational activities. For example, you could go swimming, sailing, or even skiing!
There are also opportunities to go windsurfing. And, if you enjoy fishing, angling is also possible there. The lake there is home to almost 30 different species of fish.
- Algonquin Provincial Park
In central Ontario lies the Algonquin Provincial Park. Located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River, it spans 7,653 square kilometers. Those of you that enjoy traveling by water will love visiting this place. There are more than 2,400 lakes here!
- Fundy National Park
The Fundy National Park is situated near New Brunswick. It’s a place with a dazzling array of natural beauty. For instance, at low tide, park visitors can see all kinds of sea creatures like dog whelk on the ocean floor.
It’s also a popular destination for hikers, with over 25 trails to choose from. Be sure to take your set of Vasque hiking boots with you!
- Spruce Woods Provincial Park
Manitoba is home to the Spruce Woods Provincial Park. It’s one of the few areas of Canada that has sand dunes, believe it or not! The park is popular with hikers, cyclists, and backpackers. It’s definitely a place you should add to your itinerary.
I hope you have enjoyed today’s blog post. If you’ve been to any of the places on this list, let us know what you thought of them!