National Parks To Explore In Canada

Seeker Editors

Canada is one of the largest countries in the world with plentiful wilderness and stunning nature, encompassed by its expansive national parks. Explore snow-capped mountains, granite islands, sandy coastlines, and more in this fascinating and beautiful country. Here is a selection of just a few of our favorite national parks in Canada, from BC to Quebec that have some of the most stunning views and memorable experiences.

  • Pacific Rim National Park Reserve in British Columbia, Canada

    Image of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve on Seeker
    • seeker

      Located in British Columbia, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve encompasses an expansive stretch of sandy shores, rugged coastlines, and exciting hiking trails. One of the most dynamic national parks in Canada, Pacific Rim National Park is an idyllic west coast experience.

  • Mont-Tremblant Park

    Image of Mont-Tremblant Park on Seeker
    • seeker

      The oldest provincial park in Quebec, Mont Tremblant is a staple for summertime escape from the busy city of Montreal and neighboring towns. Explore a picture-perfect mountain village, and extensive wooded areas that feel like a postcard come to life. Whether you want to get touristy in town and embrace the quaint countryside life or take advantage of adventurous options- this destination has something for everyone.

  • Gaspesie National Park

    Image of Gaspesie National Park on Seeker
    • seeker

      Gaspesie National Park features some of the highest peaks in Canada, expansive wooded areas, and plenty of hidden treasures to uncover. Tour through the vast sprawling park in the heart of Quebec, from winding rivers to rugged hiking trails.

  • Thousand Islands National Park in Ontario, Canada

    Image of Thousand Islands National Park on Seeker
    • seeker

      Thousand Islands National Park makes up granite islands surrounded by shimmering islands. With plentiful hiking trails, miles of wilderness, and unique plant life- these islands are an exceptional destination to unwind in nature, just hours away from the cities of Toronto and Montreal.

  • Jasper National Park Of Canada in Alberta, Canada

    Image of Jasper National Park Of Canada on Seeker
    • seeker

      A UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest Canadian Rockies National Park, Jasper National Park encompasses a vast sprawl of rugged terrain that is perfect for your next exploration. Tour an extensive network of trails, cool pools of turquoise water, and breathtaking views throughout all regions of this massive park.

  • Yoho National Park Of Canada in British Columbia, Canada

    Image of Yoho National Park Of Canada on Seeker
    • seeker

      Located in Eastern British Columbia, Yoho National Park has plentiful cascading waterfalls to view, mountains to explore, and vast open meadows covered in colorful wildflowers. From wooded areas to high cliffs, this national park encompasses some of the most gorgeous scenery North America has to offer.

  • Banff National Park Of Canada in Alberta, Canada

    Image of Banff National Park Of Canada on Seeker
    • seeker

      Shimmering glacial lakes, rugged mountain peaks, and a quaint village amongst endless landscapes, Banff National Park is easily one of the most popular in Canada. Located in Alberta, Banff has fascinating wildlife to watch, trails to hike and bike along, and the snow-capped Rocky Mountains to adventure.

National Parks To Explore In Canada

By Seeker Editors
Updated · 15 views
Canada is one of the largest countries in the world with plentiful wilderness and stunning nature, encompassed by its expansive national parks. Explore snow-capped mountains, granite islands, sandy coastlines, and more in this fascinating and beautiful country. Here is a selection of just a few of our favorite national parks in Canada, from BC to Quebec that have some of the most stunning views and memorable experiences.
Viewing 7 places
  • Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
    See & Do
    1
    • seeker Located in British Columbia, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve encompasses an expansive stretch of sandy shores, rugged coastlines, and exciting hiking trails. One of the most dynamic national parks in Canada, Pacific Rim National Park is an idyllic west coast experience.

         
  • Mont-Tremblant Park
    Sleep
    1
    • seeker The oldest provincial park in Quebec, Mont Tremblant is a staple for summertime escape from the busy city of Montreal and neighboring towns. Explore a picture-perfect mountain village, and extensive wooded areas that feel like a postcard come to life. Whether you want to get touristy in town and embrace the quaint countryside life or take advantage of adventurous options- this destination has something for everyone.

         
  • Gaspesie National Park
    Sleep
    1
    • seeker Gaspesie National Park features some of the highest peaks in Canada, expansive wooded areas, and plenty of hidden treasures to uncover. Tour through the vast sprawling park in the heart of Quebec, from winding rivers to rugged hiking trails.

         
  • Thousand Islands National Park
    See & Do
    1
    • seeker Thousand Islands National Park makes up granite islands surrounded by shimmering islands. With plentiful hiking trails, miles of wilderness, and unique plant life- these islands are an exceptional destination to unwind in nature, just hours away from the cities of Toronto and Montreal.

         
  • Jasper National Park Of Canada
    See & Do
    1
    • seeker A UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest Canadian Rockies National Park, Jasper National Park encompasses a vast sprawl of rugged terrain that is perfect for your next exploration. Tour an extensive network of trails, cool pools of turquoise water, and breathtaking views throughout all regions of this massive park.

         
  • Yoho National Park Of Canada
    See & Do
    1
    • seeker Located in Eastern British Columbia, Yoho National Park has plentiful cascading waterfalls to view, mountains to explore, and vast open meadows covered in colorful wildflowers. From wooded areas to high cliffs, this national park encompasses some of the most gorgeous scenery North America has to offer.

         
  • Banff National Park Of Canada
    See & Do
    1
    • seeker Shimmering glacial lakes, rugged mountain peaks, and a quaint village amongst endless landscapes, Banff National Park is easily one of the most popular in Canada. Located in Alberta, Banff has fascinating wildlife to watch, trails to hike and bike along, and the snow-capped Rocky Mountains to adventure.