We drove on and stopped at Ouimet Canyon, which is such an interesting place and so ecologically fascinating. The top and the bottom of the canyon are completely different temperature/eco zones, and at the bottom there are lichen and plants that only grow in Arctic tundra. It was beautiful.
We drove on to Pukaskwa. This park was on my bucket list. It’s so beautiful. I’m a very rock/earth kind of person, so even more than waterfalls or pretty lakes, I love a good outcropping, a good jutting, a sprawl of Canadian Shield, a mountain. Pukaskwa is your place for that. But we passed a sign that said the campground was full, and we looked at one another with concern. Then we saw another sign, and ANOTHER, all relaying that the camp was booked.