Algonquin Provincial Park is located in Ontario. It's one of the largest parks in Canada, 7,725 square kilometres of lakes, forests, bogs, rivers, cliffs and beaches. Much of the park can only be reached by canoe. Both coniferous and deciduous forests lie within its borders. Moose, deer, beaver, wolves and black bears can be encountered within.

The park was established in 1893. It was the source of inspiration for Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven.