How Algonquin Park Blog Offers Ontario Park Visitors Local Insight
Located approximately two and a half hours north of Toronto, Algonquin Provincial Park has been a favourite destination for tourists, wildlife and
nature enthusiasts, as well as artists and photographers for over one hundred years. Rich in history, the park is a protected wilderness sanctuary of
magnificent forests, lakes, rivers and wetlands. Home to a staggering variety of plant and animal life, within its borders lives 53 species of mammals,
272 species of birds, 31 species of reptiles and amphibians, 54 species of fish, and approximately 7000 species of insects. As well, Algonquin Park
has museums, information centres and educational programs. The park offers a wide variety of activities and special events throughout the year.
Using their expertise and local knowledge of the park, Algonquin Lakeside Inn, situated just minutes from the park's western boundary, has created an
Algonquin Park blog (http://www.algonquininn.blogspot.com) to help park visitors plan their Algonquin Park visit.
"We decided to create our Algonquin Park blog so that visitors can learn all about the park and everything that it has to offer," states Gary Schultz,
owner of Algonquin Lakeside Inn. "The blog provides visitors with a wealth of current park information. We know firsthand about everything that is
happening in the park because we are right there. The blog also gives people the chance to write their comments, giving a broader perspective and
different points of view," says Schultz.
The Algonquin Inn blog is valuable resource of Algonquin Park, Muskoka and Haliburton area information. Filled with terrific photographs taken of the
park, its wildlife and the surrounding area, the blog highlights many special Algonquin Park events, area happenings and local area conditions. For
example, a recent posting informs blog readers about an astronomy workshop scheduled for the fall. As well, the blog contains informative reports and
interesting articles from various publica