Friday, July 15, 2011

Freebie Friday: Parks Day in Canada

Mt Revelstoke National Park (phot by M. Chady)
Stand back, Teddy Roosevelt.

It was actually Canada that had the world's first national park service and tomorrow marks its 100th anniversary!

To celebrate, Canada's fabulous parks will be waiving entrance fees tomorrow and sponsoring 100 special events--wagon rides, seawall fishing demonstrations, scavenger hunts, nature walks, concerts, you name it. The cutest celebration? The announcement of the nation's new "Campfire song". (Not to be patronizing, but that's an event that could only be held north of the border).

Full information on all tomorrow's events can be found at ParksCanda.ca.

4 comments:

  1. Yup, we love our parks and outdoor living! Reading things like this makes me miss my homeland. Next big adventure will be traveling more in Canada and taking advantage of the beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains. Wait there are the oceans too!

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  4. I just returned from Canada. The biggest outdoor playground in the world! I love it up there. It is just beautiful.

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