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National Parks are the perfect way of representing natural areas of Canadian significance. Showing Canada's true outdoors and scenic destinations, National Parks have existed in Canada for well over a century. Some of Canada's most scenic areas include:
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Morne Close Up

"The world can’t weigh you down when you’re standing on top of it."

It took Mother Nature 485,000,000 years to mold Gros Morne National Park into the second largest National Park in eastern Canada. Breathtaking views make you second think living in the city. This visual wonder will create the perfect getaway from your busy life to really take in what Canada is truly about: seaside communities, forests, bogs, barren lowlands, and striking shorelines. Home to rare plant and animal species, you'll never get homesick. Make Gros Morne National Park your home for a while.

Western Brook Pond Fjord, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador

Don't wait, plan your excursion and rent your oTENTik or campground today!

Friday, Jan. 1st, 12am

Gros Morne National Park, Norris Point, NL, Canada

Norris Point, NL

To reserve a campsite or oTENTik:

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  • Call toll-free 1-877-737-3783 (7 a.m.–7 p.m. NT) in North America
  • TTY 1-866-787-6221 in North America
  • Call 1-519-826-5391 outside North America

If you have questions or concerns regarding campsite reservation:

Contact the Gros Morne National Park for visiting details.

Yearly booking begins at different dates for each different campground.

Trout River campground opens June 10th, and closes September 18th.

Lomond campground opens May 14th, and closes October 10th.

Berry Hill campground opens June 17th, and closes September 11th.

Shallow Bay campground opens on June 10th, and closes on September 18th.

Green Point campground is open all year round, and is never closed.

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Old, but gold.

Algonquin Provincial Park is the oldest provincial park in Canada as it was established in 1893. The park has increased dramatically to its current size of about 7,653 square kilometers. The park contains over 2,400 lakes and 1,200 kilometres of streams and rivers formed by the retreat of the glaciers during the last ice age.

Algonquin Provincial perks:

ALGONQUIN Provincial Park
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Underneath the Tombstone.

Tombstone Territorial Park protects a wilderness of rugged peaks, landforms and Many different kinds of wildlife. The Dempster Highway runs through the park and provides stunning arctic tundra landscapes and wildlife views, and a full range of access to hiking areas.

YUKON Tombstone Territorial Park

Plan your camping trip starting January 2016!

Monday, Jan. 4th, 9am

Dempster Highway

Dawson, YT

Overnight camping reservations and permits are required to camp at Grizzly, Divide & Talus Lake camp sites. For 2016, these dates are June 25 to September 12. Early reservations online are recommended to ensure availability. When planning a trip to Tombstone Territorial Park you should refer to the information pamphlet to ensure safety and any precautions.