National Parks of Canada
Here are our National Parks in Alphabetical Order
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
Pacific Rim National Park is located on Canada's west coast in the Province of British Columbia, see our map. The park is divided in to three diff rent areas, The Long Beach area, The Broken Group Island area and The West Coast Trail area. The combined area is 499 km² offering wide variety of activities. More information on Pacific Rim National Park.
Point Pelee National Park
Point Pelee National Park is located on the most southerly tip of mainland Canada, in the Province of Ontario, see our map. Point Pelee is one of the smaller National Parks with only 16 km² of park land. A bird watchers paradise, every year the Festival of Birds is celebrated here. The occasion is the arrival of one of the highest concentration of migrating birds. More information on Point Pelee National Park
Prince Albert National Park
Prince Albert National Park is located in the central part of the Province of Saskatchewan in western Canada, see our map. Prince Albert National Park is home to the only fully protected white pelican colony in Canada. There are also free roaming plains bison in the park. This park covers an area of 3875 km² and offers a wonderful wilderness experience. Here you can cross country ski, showshoe, bike, kayak, camp and the list goes on. More information on Prince Albert National Park
Prince Edward Island National Park
Prince Edward Island National Park is located on Canada's east coast, in the Province of Prince Edward Island, see our map. The park covers an area of 21.5 km² and is approximately 60 km long. It stretches the north shore of the island facing the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. This is a great place to go beach combing, hiking, fishing, kayak, canoe, just to mention a few. More information on Prince Edward Island National Park.
Pukaskwa National Park is located on Lake Superior´s north shore, in the Province of Ontario, see our map. Pukaskwa National Park is large with 1,878 km² of park land and is further the only Wilderness National Park in Ontario. In Pukaskwa National Park you can camp, paddle, hike, fish cycle and the list goes on. More information on Pukaskwa National Park
Quttinirpaaq National Park
Welcome to the top of the World. Quttinirpaaq National Park is located in Canada´s far north, in the Nunavut Territory, see our map. Here during the short summer the sun never sets. The air is fresh, the wild life is plentiful and the fishing is exceptional. Quttinirpaaq is one of the largest national parks in Canada with 37,775 km². If Back country camping, dog sledding, and hiking is on your list, this may just be your park to discover. More information on Quttinirpaaq National Park
Riding Mountain National Park is located in the Province of Manitoba, see our map. Riding Mountain National Park covers an area of 2,973 km² and offers a wide variety of wild life. You can find, wolves, moose, elk, black bears, and even a captive bison herd. There are lots of activities, hiking, backpacking, cycling, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, boating a the list goes on. More information on Riding Mountain National Park
Sirmilik National Park
Sirmilik National Park on the Northern Baffin Island is located in the Nunavut, see our map. This 22,200 km² park is made up of three different areas, Bylot Island, Oliver Sound and Borden Peninsula. This park just like some of the other northern parks it is recommended to have a guide. More information on Sirmilik National Park.
Saint Lawrence Islands National Park
Saint Lawrence Islands National Park is located in the Province of Ontario, see our map. This park is only just under 9 km² and is Canada´s smallest National Park. The park is made up of several main land areas and over 20 small islands. Boating in one way shape or form is the name of the game here. Boat or kayak rentals are available at several marinas. More information on Saint Lawrence Islands National Park