Pukaskawa National Park Annual Pass - Early bird special
Receive a 25% discount when you order by June 15, 2018!
Spread over 1,878 km2 on Lake Superior’s remote northern coast, Pukaskwa National Park is a captivating wilderness that weaves untouched nature with the long history of the Anishinaabe Nation.
This wilderness national park—the only one of its kind in Ontario—features pink-and-slate granite shores, ever-changing weather patterns, and seemingly endless stretches of spruce, fir, pine and hardwoods. Biodiverse coastal regions comprising wetlands, lakes and forests are home to iconic Canadian species like bald eagles, moose and bears. Sandy beaches and accessible campsites welcome families. Scenic hiking trails offer the possibility of weeklong expeditions as well as gentle nature walks. Canoeists and kayakers can paddle along a coast away from human activity on advanced expeditions or easy day routes. Pukaskwa affords a rare glimpse of the rich traditions, values and contemporary life of the Anishinaabe, the local Indigenous people.
For more information and to plan your next trip, call 807-229-0801 or visit parkscanada.gc.ca/pukaskwa.