Gatlinburg, B.C. — The Gatlinburies, Canada’s largest national park, will open to the public on Friday.
The opening of the park will coincide with the launch of a new tourism-related website.
The park opened in 1967, with more than 25,000 visitors, according to Parks Canada.
The Gatlin Burys is located in northwestern Ontario, Canada.
It is one of the oldest national parks in North America.
The new website will be available from the park’s website and from the Gatlinville Visitor Centre, which will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday.
There will be an entry fee of $2, which includes a guided tour of the attractions and the souvenir shop.
There are two attractions at the park, one for adults and one for children.
There is a souvenir kiosk at the entrance for the younger children.
There is a camping area on the western side of the forest, where there are picnic tables and chairs.
There are also picnic tables in the parking lot.
The northern end of the Gatlins Wilderness, known as the “Green Valley,” has the largest number of plants, animals and plants of any of the national parks.
There will be a nature reserve, with a wildlife shelter, picnic areas and picnic tables.
There also will be the first visitor center for the park.
There, visitors can find information on park programs, information on the parks history, tours and more.
The visitor center is expected to open in late October.