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    17 Of The Most Stunning Provincial Parks Across Canada

    A country naturally beautiful.

    1. Lois Hole Provincial Park, Alberta.

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    The sight of some of the most beautiful sunsets.

    2. Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario.

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    Perfect for a vibrant stroll.

    3. Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park, British Columbia.

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    With a lake as still as glass.

    4. Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario.

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    Bask in an awe-inspiring sunrise.

    5. MacMillan Provincial Park, British Columbia.

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    Surrounded by lush greenery.

    6. Quetico Provincial Park, Ontario.

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    Where you can watch the dusk turn blue.

    7. Goldstream Provincial Park, British Columbia.

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    If you're in for an eery, but breathtaking, jaunt near the tracks.

    8. Birds Hill Provincial Park, Manitoba.

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    See the Northern Lights sprawled across the sky.

    9. Golden Ears Provincial Park, British Columbia.

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    A gorgeous place for a rainforest hike with lights dancing through trees.

    10. Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park, Saskatchewan.

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    You can watch the sky turn in as far as the eye can see.

    11. Cape Scott Provincial Park, British Columbia.

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    A park famous for its beaches and giant, winding trees.

    12. Sandbanks Provincial Park, Ontario.

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    Home to some of the most picturesque beaches and sand dunes.

    13. Jacques-Cartier Provincial Park, Quebec.

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    A serene river lines the public park.

    14. Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon.

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    Tombstone Territorial Park sits in an expansive area of scenic rolling tundra.

    15. Rock Point Provincial Park, Ontario.

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    You can catch a sunset here that looks just like a watercolour painting.

    16. Bon Echo Provincial Park, Ontario.

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    Where you can camp under a leafy canopy.

    17. And Argyle Shore Provincial Park, Prince Edward Island.

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    The red sands are even prettier in person.

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