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Gatineau Park

The Gatineau Park is a park. Gatineau Park was not only the first national park advocated for Quebec, it was also the first national park advocated for creation outside the Rocky Mountains of the West, and the first national park advocated for creation by the first parks service in the world, the Dominion Parks Branch.

Interesting places in Gatineau Park:
Lac Meech - Meech Lake   Kingsmere
Lac Phillipe   McKenzie King Estate
Manoir des Trembles   Champlain Lookout
Camp Fortune   Kingsmere Lake
Lac la Peche   King Mountain
Luskville Falls Hiking Trail   Fortune Lake


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Nearest places of interest:

Luskville Falls Hiking Trail
Torwood Estates
Champlain Lookout
Pinhey's Point
  Lac Meech - Meech Lake
Morrison's Quarry
Lac Phillipe
Pontiac

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