Beginning on June 1, 2020, Parks Canada began to gradually resume day use of some trails and outdoor spaces at national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas across the country. Starting on June 22, 2020, the Agency will begin to gradually offer camping at some national parks and national historic sites.
· Camping will resume at these Parks Canada places on June 22, 2020, or shortly
afterward (from East to West):
Newfoundland and Labrador:
o Terra Nova National Park
o Gros Morne National Park
o Cape Breton Highlands National Park
o Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site
Prince Edward Island:
o Prince Edward Island National Park
o Kouchibouguac National Park
o Fundy National Park
o Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
o Forillon National Park
o La Mauricie National Park
o Thousand Islands National Park
o Bruce Peninsula National Park & Flowerpot Island (Fathom Five National Marine
o Point Pelee National Park
o Pukaskwa National Park
o Riding Mountain National Park
o Prince Albert National Park
o Grasslands National Park
o Elk Island National Park
o Waterton Lakes National Park
o Banff National Park
§ Lake Louise
o Jasper National Park
o Kootenay National Park
o Yoho National Park
o Glacier National Park
o Mount Revelstoke National Park
o Gulf Islands National Park Reserve
o Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
o Thaidene Nene National Park Reserve
o Wood Buffalo National Park
o Nahanni National Park Reserve
o Kluane National Park and Reserve
· Camping at a number of other Parks Canada places may resume at later dates.
Please visit pc.gc.ca for regular updates.
· Initially, camping will be limited to visitors with existing reservations. Parks Canada will gradually start accepting new online reservations for some campgrounds over the coming weeks. Please visit pc.gc.ca for regular updates on campground openings and reservation windows on the Parks Canada online reservation system.
· Visitors are required to have a reservation to camp at a Parks Canada place.