Wild Facts

Algonquin Park lies on the transition zone between the boreal forest (mostly coniferous trees) and the Carolinian forest (mostly deciduous trees).

For this reason the forests of Algonquin park is full of a variety of vegetation. We have put together a few different types of plants found here and some interesting facts for you to learn.

If you would like to learn more about this vegetation or any other not listed here, please feel free to contact us, or join us on a wonderful expedition to get a first hand experience in the identification of these plants.