National Parks in Canada

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Canada Parks by Province
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Canadian National Parks

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Green Dot: Visited | Red Dot: Not Visited
Dark Grey Provinces: Completed


There are currently 47 National Parks in Canada as of 2018. Each Canadian province and territory has at least one park. All parks are within the boundary of a single province or territory except for one park, Wood Buffalo, which is shared between Alberta and the Northwest Territories.

Nova Scotia (3)

  • Sable Island, Nova Scotia
  • Cape Breton Highlands, Nova Scotia
  • Kejimkujik, Nova Scotia
  • Ontario (6)

  • Bruce Peninsula, Ontario
  • Georgian Bay Islands, Ontario
  • Point Pelee, Ontario
  • Pukaskwa, Ontario
  • Rouge, Ontario
  • Thousand Islands, Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island (1)

  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec (3)

  • Forillon, Quebec
  • La Mauricie, Quebec
  • Mingan Archipelago, Quebec
  • Saskatchewan (2)

  • Grasslands
  • Prince Albert Saskatchewan
  • Northwest Territories (5)

  • Aulavik, NWT
  • Nááts’ihch’oh, NWT
  • Tuktut Nogait, NWT
  • Wood Buffalo
  • Nahanni
  • Yukon (3)

  • Kluane
  • Ivvavik, Yukon
  • Vuntut, Yukon