Algonquin is an enormous tract of land in central Ontario, Canada, that was set aside as a wilderness preserve generations ago. About the size of Belgium, this preserve of lakes scattered across the Great Canadian Shield, consists of dozens of canoe routes, hiking trails, and camping sites in a protected environment that is a national treasure. This map shows the park and its attractions on one side, and the southern portion (the most used) on the other side. The market for this map is canoeing and, as canoes can be rented in the park, has international appeal to anyone wanting to 'get away from it all'. Europeans, as well as Americans, flock to Algonquin.