Monday, 20 October 2014

Point Pelee National Park!


This summer I visited Point Peele National Park located in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Point Pelee was always on my Canadian Bucketlist and I thought it was about time to start checking off some of the things close to home. It was about a 4 hour drive from where we live and we did it in just one day - drove there, did the park, and then drove home - therefore it was a long day but well worth it.

Point Pelee is one of Canada's smaller National Parks and yet it is one of the most popular. Why you may ask... for the beautiful Marsh Boardwalk. This is one of the most unique, and nicest hikes/walks I have been on in a National Park. While there are other hikes and paths you can take this is definitely the most popular. While one the boardwalk you have the opportunity to see many bird species, turtles and other wildlife.

Another fun thing to do while in the National Park, is to take the shuttle to the most Southern Tip of Canada!! It is free to do and a fun little bonus trip.

Anyways here are some of my favourite pictures from my trip to Point Pelee!





















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