Frank MacDougall Parkway
Of the 256-km stretch of Provincial Highway 60 that runs east to west through central Ontario, the 56-km section that runs through Algonquin Provincial Park is known as the Frank MacDougall Parkway. Surrounded by pristine wilderness, the park is a popular destination for tourists who enjoy a pleasant drive through the park, with occasional stops at trails through the forest.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Algonquin Provincial Park, a natural treasure easily accessible from Toronto and Ottawa, was the first provincial park in Canada to be designated in 1893, and is home to lush forests covering more than 2,400 lakes and 1,200 km of rivers. The pristine wilderness is not only a wildlife paradise, but also a popular recreational spot for canoeing, hiking, and enjoying the fall foliage.