Everywhere in Canada you can find these iconic red chairs

Aug 11 2017, 11:26 pm

To celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial anniversary, Parks Canada added a little red accent to our land.

102 red Muskoka, or Adirondack chairs can be found around Canada in select National Parks and Historic Sites.

“Connect with nature in the country’s most unique and treasured places. Whether it’s a place to rest after a leisurely stroll or to cheer your successful completion of a strenuous hike, our red chairs offer a place to slow down, to relax and to truly discover the best that Parks Canada has to offer,” reads a statement about the red chairs on Parks Canada’s website.

Here is a full list of where you can find the totally Instagrammable chairs for your next photoshoot – hiking probably necessary.


British Columbia


Day 8; National Park number 5 🌊 #bitchesdotoba

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New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

#parkscanada #redchair #canada150 #terranovanationalpark

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Northwest Territories

Nova Scotia



Ontario paradise with my love 😍 #nofilter #parkscanada #travelontario #georgianbay #minication

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Prince Edward Island




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