9. Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
The Algonquin Park is the oldest and largest provincial park of Ontario province of Canada. Spreading across a vast land of 7653 square kilometers the park is home to 2400 lakes, rivers, streams, pine forests, jagged cliffs and abundant wildlife.
Moose, wolves, black bears, otters, chipmunks and raccoons are the main animals that found in Algonquin Park. The canoeing is the best way to explore the beauty of this park. The canoeing route in the Algonquin Park stretches for more than 1500 km.