National Parks and Reserves in Ontario

Ontario has six national parks, all on the banks of one or many lakes. Water is abundant, but so are old growth forests with thousand-year-old cedar trees, beautiful limestone cliffs, scenic islands, and the thundering falls of the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Hundreds of kilometres are available to hike or paddle and view local wildlife in their natural, protected habitats. Twenty of the seven hundred and eighty-two kilometres of the famous Bruce Trail begin in Bruce Peninsula National Park.

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