Wandering around the Hepingmen Park on the border, half of the American and Canadian territory in the park can freely cross the border marker without any guardrails or barriers. It is said to be the longest undefended border in the world. There are large tracts of grass in the park. Many families, young and old, or friends are having a barbecue and picnic, enjoying this short sunny summer [Sun]. I have heard a joke before, saying that there is always an idea among Western neighbors: How can we make our own grassland more beautiful than neighbors? It now appears that this is possible. I feel that the grass in the Hepingmen Park is very well maintained, and a large green area is neatly trimmed, which makes people feel good when looking at it. Hahaha, we can't make our grass inferior to neighboring countries.
Peach Arch Provincial Park, its arches are white and gorgeous, with lush green grass and neat vegetation. Another view is the traffic flow by the park. The vehicles going from Canada to the United States were moving very slowly. From the Peach Arch duty-free shop to the arch of the park, about 1 km away, it took 1 hour with the traffic. If you want to visit the park, you have to follow the convoy from Canada to the United States, and you must reserve enough time for the return journey.
A large lawn on the border between the United States and Canada is also a large park. In the middle is the borderline and boundary marker between the United States and Canada.
Peace Gate Provincial Park is on the border between the United States and Canada, with lawns and gardens.