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St. Lawrence Lowlands Parks Canada

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St. Lawrence Lowlands

 
Red-winged Blackbird Point Pelee National Park

Canada’s St. Lawrence Islands National Park region is recognized as being one of the country’s most diverse geological areas including the high cliffs and bluffs of the Niagara Escarpment, stretching from Georgian Bay to the Niagara River, which cuts through one of Canada’s great waterfalls, Niagara Falls.

Yellow Warbler

The St. Lawrence Lowlands are home to three National Parks and one National Park Reserve, all with their own unique character and each a distinct tourist destination in its own right.

Baltimore Oriole

Point Pelee National Park, located in southeastern Ontario, is one of Canada’s smallest National Parks. What it lacks in size it makes up for in colorful features. This wetland attracts monarch butterflies as well as thousands of birds. In fact, this is Canada’s best bird-watching site, drawing more than 300,000 tourists each year.

Rocky Shorline of the Bruce Peninsula

Bruce Peninsula National Park is characterized not only by its limestone cliffs but also by its rare orchids and the Bruce Trail, a popular hiking trail filled with waterfalls and streams along the Niagara Escarpment. In combination with the region’s third National Park, Fathom Five National Marine Park, it is the centerpiece of the Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve.

Gorgian Bay

Fathom Five National Marine Park, Canada’s first marine park, is known for its protected waters containin 20 shipwrecks, making the area a popular destination for scuba divers. Tourists wishing for a drier way to see the wrecks can opt for a glass-bottom boat tour. One of the most popular natural features of the area is Flowerpot Island, aptly named for its unique shape.

Mingan Archipelago in the St. Lawrence River

The region’s National Park Reserve, the Mingan Archipelago, is known for its rock pillars and limestone islands in the Gulf of St. Lawrence as well as a feeding ground for whales, seals and other marine life.

Popular Trips in St. Lawrence Lowlands

  1. Canada's Capital Cities & Niagara Falls
  2. Historic Cities of Eastern Canada