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Top 10 National Park Lodges

Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper N.P.

There are more accessible places to play golf, but few are set among such rugged beauty, where clear lakes border wildflower meadows and elk, caribou, and moose roam freely. The 88-year-old course at Canada's Jasper Park Lodge, designed by the legendary Stanley Thompson and ranks among the best in North America, is 224 miles away from the Edmonton airport in Alberta, Canada, but it’s worth the trek. This lakeside national park lodge (a Fairmont property) is a sprawling compound of cedar chalets and log cabins, with Signature Cabins like the eight-bedroom Milligan Manor, overlooking the first fairway. 

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