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Discover Parks Canada

450 000 km² of memories

Summer 2019

Experience the best...

Teenagers wade through the tidal pools at Cavendish Campground Beach. Prince Edward Island National Park.

Bask on amazing beaches, experience world-class eco-friendly golf courses or break out of a historically charged escape room. Find the best summer fun ideas, they’re all here waiting to be explored!

Download the app

App displayed on two phones showing a view of Yoho National Park’s landscape from the inside of a tent.

New to Camping? Get the Parks Canada App to find all the information you need to plan and enjoy your first camping trip. Already an experienced camper? You’ll love the recipes, checklists and insider tips too.

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Events all summer long

A costumed interpreter shows visitors tools and craftwork at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site.

Mark your calendars! Celebrate Canada Day, Parks Day or Historic Places Day in a unique place. Complete your first triathlon, rock-out at a concert, become a citizen scientist for the day or watch history come to life.

Plan your next trip around these great summer events!

Step up and help make a difference

A Minke Whale at Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park.

Canada’s pristine ecosystems are enjoyed by all, but the overuse of plastics is a real threat to healthy environments. Together, let’s reduce plastic pollution!

There are plenty of ways to contribute. Get involved in conservation with Parks Canada today.

Born to Explore? Us too!

A woman wearing a Born to Explore t-shirt and a Zen Tuber’z on the shoreline at Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve.

Gear up for your next adventure with the new Born to Explore collection available online at Parks Canada Shop or in select Parks Canada stores.

A portion of online proceeds supports conservation efforts.