Camping has always been a part of my life. Going camping every fall for a week, out in the wilderness with no distractions, just has no explanation. Camping means more to me than going out and sleeping in a trailer. No camping means sleeping on the ground in a tent, having the wilderness all around you, cooking over a fire every night.
One of the most popular spots to view fall colour in Canada, Algonquin Park offers many opportunities for incredible viewing. Lookout Trail is the most popular of all; it’s a challenging trail of 1.9 km, but you are rewarded for your effort by a spectacular view of several hundred square kilometres of the park’s untouched wilderness: no buildings, no wires, no roads, just the land exactly the same as it was hundreds or thousands of years ago—adorned with spectacular fall colours.