Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada

The Bruce Peninsula National Park of Canada the home for the oldest cedar trees in the world, having over a thousand years. These cedar trees are spread over the rocky cliffs that lie near the waters of Georgian Bay. The Bruce Peninsula National Park is located within a World Biosphere Reserve and it is a very famous park in the entire world. The natural beauty of nature has been kept in these areas. The park also contains beaches, wetlands, marine parks, huge forests and numerous lakes of great beauty that will make you love nature and its creations. Lake Huron is the main attraction of this park. All the components of the 'Bruce' are part of an even greater ecosystem in Ontario.

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