From arctic wilderness and prairie grasses, to coastal rainforests, the world’s highest tides, and UNESCO sites. Canada’s 46 National Parks are all unique and they’re here for us to protect, and enjoy. Starting in January, you can start planning your spring, summer, and fall camping as the Parks Canada online reservation system launches.
Parks Canada Camping Reservations
With more and more families planning their summer vacations well in advance, Parks Canada is launching its online campground reservation system in January 2016, three months earlier than last year, to make it easier for visitors to plan their trips.
From cozy cabin-like oTENTiks, and full-service and equipped campsites, to a mix of drive-in, hike-in and boat-in sites, there is a unique experience awaiting campers of all interests only a few hours from Victoria and Vancouver.
Stay closer to home and enjoy Long Beach at Pacific Rim National Park Reserve’s Green Point Campground, or check out a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Rockies in Yoho National Park, which I got to know really well this past summer.
For BC travel, make your reservations for Fort Langley and Fort Rodd Hill national historic sites, as well as Gulf Islands National Park Reserve starting January 5, 2016. Pacific Rim and Gulf Islands national park reserves open for reservations starting January 11, 2016. For Yoho National Park,reservations open on January 12. A full list of reservation dates and options is available online through Parks Canada.