Welcome to our ever evolving list of Provincial parks across Canada. Our aim is to provide links to every Provincial park with basic information about opportunities for camping, boating, kayaking and hiking.
Hiking Canadian Provincial Parks
Many parks offer opportunities for short walks through to longer day hikes. In some cases there’s even the option to hike in to a wilderness camp site.
Many of the more popular parks, especially those within a few hours drive of major cities like Calgary, Montreal and Toronto, need to be booked well in advance. But if you like winter hiking or wait until schools are back in September you can often have these parks almost to yourself.
Canoe & Kayak Canadian Provincial Parks
Wilderness Camping in Canadian Provincial Parks
Barrier Free Access and Camping Sites in Canadian Provincial Parks
Winter Activities in Canadian Provincial Parks
Winter is a big deal in all parts of Canada but there’s no need to stop enjoying the great outdoors.
Many parks offer cross country ski trails, snow-shoe routes and in some parks there’s winter camping, yurts and other accommodation.
Even with thick ice there’s still the option to try ice fishing.
Most important is to stay safe, especially during Winter when the weather can be challenging. Keep an eye on weather forecasts, check Alerts/warnings for each park and come prepared.