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April 8, 2018
Introduction to Algonquin Provincial Park
Displays and doors open at 12:30 p.m., presentation starts at 2 p.m. and is about 40 minutes in length
Join Pennsylvania State Game Wardens as we partner with DCNR Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn, DCNR Deputy Secretary for Parks and Forestry John Norbeck, members of the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association and Shanks Mare Outfitters from Wrightsville Pennsylvania in learning about paddling adventures and the variety of traditional wooden canoes and modern kayaks available for your outdoor enjoyment.
Presentation information: Located just 4 hour’s drive north of Niagara Falls is one of North America’s primo wilderness environments, Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park. The park boasts thousands of lakes, hundreds of miles of trails (canoe, hiking and biking), two museums, an art center, 14 campgrounds and several lodges for fantastic vacation experiences. In a country famous for canoeing, Algonquin stands out as one of Canada’s best wilderness canoe tripping destinations. By presenting glimpses of past trips, Dirk Dixon, a long-time member of The Canoe Club of Greater Harrisburg, will provide insight into the excellent vacation opportunities Algonquin has to offer.
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