Images of Algonquin Park

Autumn is almost here. You can tell by the low night temperatures and the few leafs already on the ground.
It is also the time to start preparations for fall photography in Algonquin Park. If you live in Greater Toronto Area you should regularly schedule an yearly trip to the oldest park in Ontario.

You can easily reach the park driving 3-4 hours north of Toronto. Fall colors will probably be best during first or second week of October. Covering over 7,700 square kilometers, the park is a canoeists dream come true. According to Ontario Parks, Algonquin provides over 2,100km of canoe routes. Today’s frame was taken at one of the canoe access points in Algonquin Park.

You can see more fall colors in photographs such as “Fall Colors in Algonquin” or “Train in Fall Colors“.
The latter was taken outside of the park boundaries.

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