National Parks of Canada
Here are our National Parks in Alphabetical Order
Kejimkujik National Park
Kejimkujik National Park is located in the province of Nova Scotia on the East Coast of Canada, see our map. The park encompasses two areas, the inland park which is 381 km² and the sea side park, 22 km². Kejimkujik is a paradise for canoeing, kayaking and hiking. Be prepared to encounter some rare and not often seen wildlife like the Piping Plover, Southern Flying Squirrel and the Northern Ribbon Snake. More information on Kejimkujik National Park.
Kluane National Park and Reserve
Kluane National Park is located in the Yukon Territory, see our map. Kluane is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you will also find the highest mountain in Canada, Mount Logan with it's 5,959 meter (or 19,545 ft) peak. The park is hugh, at 21,980 km² you have your work cut out to cover even a small portion. More information on Kluane National Park.
Kootenay National Park
Kootenay National Park is located in western Canada in the Province of British Columbia, see our map. This wonderful park is home to the Radium Hot Springs and is also a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kootenay National Park is 1,406 km². In Kootenay National Park you can camp, kayak, canoe, do some rafting, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, swimming, snow shoeing, cross country skiing and more. More information on Kootenay National Park.
Kouchibouguac National Park
Kouchibouguac National Park is located in the Province of New Brunswick on the East Coast of Canada, see our map. Kouchibouguac National Park is a great place to take your family and with 238 km² of park land, there is lots to explore. Here you can snow shoe, cross country ski, hike, cycle, bird watch, kayak and more. More information on Kouchibouguac National Park
La Mauricie National Park
La Mauricie National Park is located on the northern side of Saint Lawrence River. This is in the heart of the Laurentians in the Province of Québec, see our map. La Mauricie National Park covers an area of 536 km². Cross country skiing and snow shoeing are popular winter activities and swimming, hiking, canoeing and fishing are top summer fun. More information on La Mauricie National Park.
Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
Mingan Archipelago National Park is located on the north shores of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in the Province of Québec, see our map. The Mingan Archipelago is a 150 km stretch of land with over 1,000 reefs and tiny islands covering 39 km². Here you can hike the park, watch whales, seals and some 200 species of birds. A kayaker's paradise. More information on Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
Mount Revelstoke National Park
Mount Revelstoke National Park is located in western Canada in the Province of British Columbia, see our map. Mount Revelstoke is famous for the incredible blossoms that are displayed on the alpine meadows during the summer. The park is also home to Grizzly Bears, Mountain Caribou, deer and lots of birds and other mammals. With 260 km² of park land there is lots of places to hike, bike, go fishing, camping, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and more. More information on Mount Revelstoke National Park.
Nahanni National Park Reserve
Nahanni National Park Reserve of Canada is located in the south west part of the North West Territories, see our map. Nahanni is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and covers 4,766 km². This park is only accessible by air with the main attraction being the South Nahanni River, with guided white water rafting and kayaking, a true wilderness experience. More information on Nahanni National Park.