Exploring ELK ISLAND NATIONAL PARK

ELK ISLAND NATIONAL PARK ELK ISLAND NATIONAL PARK ELK ISLAND NATIONAL PARK
You can hear the sound of roaring in the summer and whistling soundin the fall at a national park. It sounds wired for a park. But it is. In summer,the roar like lions is from the bull bison. In fall, the sounds of whistlingcome from rutting elk. This amazing nature sense is forgettable.

Elk Island National Park is the second park only to the Serengetifor the most hoofed wildlife and also one of Canada’s most endangered habitats.Watching the wild bison, seeing elk, and the white tailed deer and moose roamingat park. You may run into the elusive coyote if you’re luck. There are twohundred and twenty four Aboriginal sites and the aspen parkland protected atthis park. It will be nice picnicking on the beach, enjoying nature culture andsleeping under the star. It is definitely a birders’ paradise. You have an opportunityto check two hundred and twenty five species off your checklist.

Fun Activities are waiting for you. There are many activitiesholding in here. It is a great place for kids to have fun. Gazing the stars, theatreprograms and guided discovery walks are popular among children. Children like buildingand sandcastles the playground on the beach. If you want to set up thetent and have a night in here, Sandy Beach campground at Astotin Lake will be yourchoice because there is an amazing view in here at night. Tips: the space islimit so it is better to reserve ahead. You will have a wonderful night underthe star sky and enjoy the nature culture.
It is also a great place to visit in winter because it is the besttime to see moose and elk. You can ski in here and also set up camp in thesnow.
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