New Reservation System Now Available for online bookings…

There are 37 national parks and 10 national park reserves in Canada that represent 31 of Canada’s 39 terrestrial natural regions and protect approximately 336,343 square kilometers of Canada’s lands.

These wild places, located in every province and territory, range from mountains and plains, to boreal forests and tundra, to lakes and glaciers, and much more.

Parks Canada is responsible for protecting these areas, and for managing them for visitors to understand, appreciate, and enjoy in a way that doesn’t compromise their ecological integrity.

There are many ways to enjoy a Parks Canada visit – please start by reviewing the various forms of on-site accommodations available in the Parks – follow this link:

Parks Canada has moved the reservation system to a new platform! You need to create a new account this year, even if you’ve used the Parks Canada reservation system before. Each location has its own launch day between mid-March and mid-April. Those days can be very busy, so be sure you prepare in advance.

Follow this link to the Parks Canada Reservation website:

Learn-to Camp workshops and activities

New to the concept of family camping? Parks Canada has special programs to help you learn basic camping skills and start connecting to nature – these are offered in Vancouver, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal or Halifax.

For more information, please follow this link:

Watch the video here:

Read our RV Lifestyle Magazine features on Parks Canada locations:

10 Hidden Gems in the Parks Canada Collection

Canada’s National Parks: Western Provinces

There are many Canadian Provincial Parks that offer spectacular scenery and wonderful family camping experiences – explore the Provincial Parks by starting with these RV Lifestyle Magazine feature stories…

Camping in Canada’s National and Provincial Parks – Spring/Summer 2024



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