This spectacular park reserve is an arctic wilderness of jagged mountain peaks, deep valleys, steep-walled ocean fjords and eternal glacier ice. At the heart of the park is the massive Penny Ice Cap, whose radiating valley glaciers are still actively shaping the land.
Nunavut's territorial parks, heritage rivers and special places offer numerous opportunities to explore. From feeling the sharp bite of ice on your face kicked up by enthusiastic sled dogs on the way to Qaummaarviit in the spring; watching the aurora borealis dances overhead in Ovayok where the sun disappears for days; following caribou and wolf tracks through the lush green valley of the Soper Heritage River; to tracing the route of Hearne, Back and Franklin on the Coppermine River to Kugluk/Bloody Falls Territorial Park.
The most northerly lands in North America. Experience the brief arctic summer where the sun remains high with 24 hours of daylight. There are no trees and where the land is covered in rock, frost-cracked ground, willows and summer wildflowers.
Situated in the heart of a World Biosphere Reserve on the waters of Georgian Bay. The massive, rugged cliffs of the park are inhabited by thousand year old cedar trees, rare alvars to dense forests and sparking lakes.
Located south-east of Windsor, Ontario. World renowned for its spring and fall migration of birds and autumn monarch butterfly migration. The park offers an large variety of plants and animals in a wide range of habitats.
Located on Lake Superior within the Canadian Shield and northern Ontario forests. This wilderness national park was created to protect an ecosystem that features boreal forest and Lake Superior shoreline.
Consists of beautiful sand dunes, barrier islands and sand pits, beaches, sandstone cliffs, wetlands and forests. Explore the Greenwich Peninsula offering unique dune formations, rare plants and animals, as well as archaeological findings.
Prince Edward Island's network of Provincial Parks has 11 camping parks and 14 day use parks which offer spectacular beaches, beautiful scenery, nature trails and lots of outdoor recreation and interpretive programs.
Saskatchewan has 34 provincial parks in four categories: wilderness, recreational, natural environment and historic parks. Each park showcases specific natural features and offers a range of recreation and education opportunities.
The only inland national park of Canada in the Maritimes. There are abundant lakes and rivers ideal for canoeing. The woodlands and rolling landscapes are home to a variety of wildlife and a variety of hiking trails.
Nova Scotia's provincial park system has a wide variety of activities within its parks and close by. Some of our parks are just small picnic and day use areas while others offer a wide range of camping facilities and recreational opportunities.
Birds of Aulavik National Park Aulavik “place where people travel” in Inuvialuktun. 12,000 square kilometres of arctic lowlands on the north end of Banks Island. Landscapes featuring river valleys, Artic Tundra, badlands, and coastlines.
A UNESCO's World Heritage situated within the Mackenzie Mountains Natural Region. The park encompasses the South Nahanni River, sulphur hot springs, alpine tundra, mountains and forests of spruce and aspen, are home to many species of birds fish and mammals.
Located 170 kilometres north of the arctic circle with rolling tundra, northern rivers, and unique Artic wildlife and vegetation. Home to the Bluenose West caribou herd, wolves, grizzly bears, muskoxen, arctic char, and a large variety of birds.
Canada's first national park. Covering 6,641 square kilometres of valleys, mountains, glaciers, forests, meadows and rivers. Featuring a large variety of wildlife, floral, fauna and outdoor adventures suitable for all ages.
Dinosaur Valley Travel back 75 million-year when this region was then a subtropical paradise populated by turtles, crocodiles and sharks and where dinosaurs once roamed and eventually died leaving amazingly rich fossil records.
The most northerly Canadian rocky mountain national park part of a World Heritage Site. There are delicate and carefully protected ecosystems along with majestic rugged mountains. Experience Athabasca Glacier up close.
Captured within the Rocky Mountains and prairie grassland Waterton offers a variety of ecological regions. Combined with Montana's Glacier National Park to form the Waterton Glacier International Peace Park.
Situated in the Columbia Mountains of BC. The unique stands of old growth cedar and hemlock is a critical habitat for threatened and endangered wildlife such as mountain caribou, mountain goat and grizzly bear. Enjoy the Rogers Pass National Historic site.
Located in the south-western region of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. This is a park rich in variety of landscapes and ecology, from glacier peaks along the Continental Divide to semi-arid grasslands of the Rocky Mountain Trench.
Situated on the West Coast of Vancouver Island facing the Pacific Ocean. Coastal rainforest gives way to diverse intertidal and subtidal areas. Fishing villages and campgrounds offer unique west coast experience.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site located within the western slopes of the Rocky Mountains region. Soaring mountain peaks and unique plant and animal communities. Combined with other Rocky Mountain Parks has created a World Heritage Site, one of the largest protected areas in the world.
Manitoba's parks offer a wide range of services and facilities for your year-round enjoyment. No matter what recreational activities you pursue, you are sure to enjoy our spectacular natural environments, unique cultural sites, sandy beaches and clear waters.
Part of the prairie landscape and Manitoba Escarpment, this park offers a wide variety of wildlife and vegetation areas. Visitors can enjoy the numerous hiking trails, and Agassiz Tower that overlooks a panoramic view of prairies.
Each of New Brunswick’s beautiful provincial parks offers unique experiences, from the highest peak in the Maritimes to warm saltwater swimming and fascinating “discovery beaches”. What they do have in common is breathtaking scenery, cultural and recreational activities galore, and camping second-to-none.
Newfoundland and Labrador National & Provincial Parks
Located within the Appalachian Mountains the rocky headlands provide shelter from storms of the Atlantic ocean. The parks landscape varies from the rugged cliffs and sheltered inlets of the coastal region to the forested hills, bogs and inland ponds.