Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba Canada has a ‘Red Chair Program,’ where two red Adirondack chairs are placed at random, often remote locations throughout the park, encouraging you sit for a spell and soak up the scenery.
The park consists of 1,146 mi² of mostly remote, scenic forest.
It is filled with pristine lakes,
and endless opportunities to soak up the solitary scenery.
Unfortunately we were a bit too early to see the birch leaves turn.