I’m a big fan of Parks Canada national parks. I don’t visit them enough to have an annual pass, but whenever there is one close to where I am and I have the time to visit it, I will visit it. My logic is, there must be something very special about a park that they had to turn it into a national park so it must be worth a visit. I still have yet to be disappointed by a visit to a national park and really wish that I could visit them more often. In my defense, the closest national park to where I live is about 3-4 hours drive away so it’s not like I could just walk to one. ;-)
Anyway, in my 11 years of living in Canada, I have managed to visit 11 of Canada’s national parks in 8 provinces. I’m one of the few lucky Canadians to have had the chance to visit all 10 Canadian provinces. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the chance to visit any national parks when I was in New Brunswick and Manitoba due to one reason or another. But I’m sure I’ll get around to it someday. Wapusk National Park in Manitoba and Fundy National Park in New Brunswick are high on the list of national parks I’d like to visit!
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