Canada wide GPS

GPS Coordinates from different points of interests in Canada

After the success of posting the GPS Coordinates for the Algonquin Park, we decided to continue and publish coordinates from our trip to the west coast.

We plan to grow this list with Canadian points of interest such as parks, attractions and places that may not be on the front page of travel guides. One such example is the Batchawana Bay Provincial Park link. We would normally drive passed the place, but it was time for a break. Now it is in our list of stops when we're up there the next time, ready to go for a swim in Lake Superior.

 Petroglyphs Provincial Park
600 - 1100 year old stone carvings from Algonquin people, north-east of Peterborough in Ontario
 Trent-Severn Waterway
386 km with 45 Locks connecting Lake Ontario with Lake Huron
 Chippewa Falls
Halfway Point on the Trans-Canada Highway is located in Ontario
Batchawana is on the Transcanada Highway on Lake Superior, less then one hour north of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
 Agawa Bay
3km long beach on Lake Superior, Ontario
 White River
White River is on the Transcanada Highway in Northwestern Ontario
 Dinosaur Provinical Park
The park is in the Red Deer Valley, about one hour east of Calgary in Alberta
 Atlas Coal Mine
The Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site is about 20 minutes south east of Drumheller, Alberta
The Hoodoos are near Drumheller in Alberta
 Royal Tyrrell Museum
Royal Tyrrell Museum Of Palaeontology is about 5km west from Drumheller Centre, Alberta.
British Columbia
 Juan de Fuca Marine Trail
Juan de Fuca Marin Trail is on Victoria Island, British Columbia
 Cathedral Grove
Cathedral Grove rainforest is in MacMillan Provincial Park on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
 Sproat Lake Petroglyphs
The Petroglyphs are in Sproat Lake Provincial Park on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
 Wild Pacific Trail
The Wild Pacific Trail is south in Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
 Rainforest Trail
The Rainforst in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
 Wanuskewin Heritage Park
Wanuskewin Heritage Park is about 5km north of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
 North Dinosaur Trail & Bleriot Ferry

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First published on August 30, 2011

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