Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland
You may feel as if you’ve stepped into a scene from Lord of the Rings when you visit the majestic Gros Morne National Park. Its Tablelands area is one of the few places in the world where you can see the Earth’s mantle, and the ponds, rivers, and trails provide countless opportunities for fun and adventure.
Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia
Cape Breton has been named one of the most beautiful islands in the world, and there’s no better way to experience this beauty than with a stay at the campground in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Enjoy the rugged coastline, rolling highlands, and unbeatable ocean views.
Fundy National Park, New Brunswick
Enjoy a visit to the iconic Bay of Fundy, which boasts the highest tides in the world, at Fundy National Park’s Point Wolfe Campground. This destination is a perfect jumping-off point for exploring the area’s waterfalls, trails, and coastline.
The St. Lawrence River, Saguenay Fjord, and beluga whales are just a few of the amazing sights you’ll find at the Baie-Sainte-Marguerite campground. This spot is an ideal place to reconnect with nature.
Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario
Algonquin Provincial Park, located about three hours from Toronto, is one and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island! It’s is safe to say that there is more than enough here to keep you fully entertained on your camping trip. Take in the beautiful scenery, and enjoy the park’s many activities, including guided walks, bird-watching, hiking, and canoeing.
Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan
Enjoy the gorgeous backcountry of central Saskatchewan’s Prince Albert National Park. From cycling to golfing to beaching, there’s something for everyone here!
Banff National Park, Alberta
Banff is not only Canada’s oldest national park, but arguably also its most famous. The raw natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains draws visitors from around the world, and with 14 campgrounds and over 2,000 camping spots, you’ll be among good company on your visit!
Pacific Rim National Park, British Columbia
What’s better than camping on the beach? Enjoy the beauty of the Pacific Ocean at the Green Point camping site in Pacific Rim National Park. This spot is also popular for surfing, so if that’s your thing, make sure to pack a board!
Queen Elizabeth Territorial Park, Northwest Territories
For a true outdoor adventure, head just past Alberta’s northern border to Northwest Territories’ Queen Elizabeth Territorial Park. Visitors especially love paddling on the rapids, which run through the park.