National Parks of Canada
Here are our National Parks in Alphabetical Order
Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Georgian Bay Islands National Park is located in the Province of Ontario, see our map. Georgian Bay Islands is one of the smaller National Parks with approximately 14 km² and these incredible islands are only accessible by boat. Bring your kayak, tent and enjoy. More information on Georgian Bay Islands National Park.
Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is located in British Columbia, see our map. Glacier National Park has over 400 glaciers and is 1350 km². Here you can ski, do some caving, hiking, mountaineering, wild life viewing, fishing and more. More information on Glacier National Park.
What a wonderful park this is. Grasslands National Park is located in the Province of Saskatchewan, see our map Grasslands National Park is divided into the West Block and the East Block. Here you can find over 12,000 ancient teepee rings of the Native Indians, wild Bison, and the Black Tailed Ferret. You can look for dinosaur fossils and the list goes on. See our blog, for our experiences here. Further information on this incredible park at Parks Canada website
Gros Morne National Park
Gros Morne National Park is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Gros Morne is 1,805 km² and located in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, see our map. The park is an area of great natural beauty. Here you can enjoy fantastic scenery, wildlife, and loads of recreational activities. Hiking, kayaking, boat tours, beach combing, just to mention a few. Take a hike through wild, uninhabited mountains and later set up camp by the sea. More information on Gros Morne National Park.
Gulf Islands National Park Reserve
Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is a group of 36 land and marine areas on 15 Islands, referred to as the Gulf Islands, located in the Province of British Columbia see map. This park is in the Strait of Georgia or now referred to as the Salish Sea, and is a paradise for kayaking, hiking and sailing. More information on these island paradises.
Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site
Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve is located on the southern tip of Queen Charlotte Island or what now is called Haida Gwaii. Haida Gwaii is located on the west coast of Canada, in the Province of British Columbia, see our map. The park is 1,470 km² of land on or just under 5,000 km² of land and marine area encompassing 138 islands as well as an old Native Haida village that is a UNESCO heritage site. More information on Gwaii Haanas National Park.
Ivvavik National Park is home to the Porcupine Caribou herd. This is where these incredible animals give birth to their little ones. Ivvavik National Park is located on the Beaufort Sea which is a part of the Arctic Ocean. The park is in the Yukon Territory, see our map. Ivvavick is 10,170 km² and has an abundance of wildlife, Polar Bears, Caribou and Muskoxen just to mention a few. Ivvavik borders Vuntut National Park to the south.More information on Ivvavik National Park.
Jasper National Park is located in the Province of Alberta, see our map. Jasper is 11,228 km² and is the largest of all the parks in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Here you will find wildlife in abundance and the chance of seeing bighorn sheep, elk, bears, is fairly large. Please be careful. Jasper National Park is a spectacular park and a hikers paradise with over 1,200 km of trails. More information on Jasper National Park.