Ge­or­gian Bay Is­lands Na­tional Park

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Part of the world’s largest freshwater ar­chi­pel­ago, but the coun­try’s small­est na­tional park at 14 square kilo­me­tres, Ge­or­gian Bay Is­lands is a postcard of Cana­di­ana and artis­tic in­spi­ra­tion for the Group of Seven. Think deep blue waters, rocky out­crops and lone pine trees bent awk­wardly by the wind — you can al­most hear the loon’s call. The park’s craggy land­scape of­fers habi­tat for a range of unique species, in­clud­ing the threat­ened mas­sas­auga rat­tlesnake.

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