If you’re looking for some one-of-a-kind destinations to make your friends green with envy, we’ve got a 20 ideas for you in our collection of bizarre places that you can visit in Canada. From Klingons in Alberta to the sight of dozens of human figures rising from the waters of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec, you’ll definitely find somewhere selfie-worthy. Canada may have its natural beauty, but it also has its share of bizarre places too.
Spotted Lake, British Columbia
Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories
Cheltenham Badlands, Ontario
Lake Manicouagan, Quebec
Crooked Bush, Saskatchewan
Pingualuit Crater Lake, Quebec
Watson Lake, Yukon
Turret Rock/Tremble Island, British Columbia
St. Paul, Alberta
Dawson City, Yukon
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Abraham Lake, Alberta
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Whistler, British Columbia
Wellington, Prince Edward Island
Mount Thor, Nunavut
There are two main islands, with the smaller Saint-Pierre Island serving as the archipelago's commercial hub. The islands, the only part of New France still controlled by the French, are also served by flights from St. John's, Halifax and Montreal. Mainland France is more than 3,800 kilometres to the east.