Campsite Reservations in National Parks
- Parks Canada Reservation Service: Reserve a Campsite Online
- Parks Canada Reservation Helpdesk: 1-877-737-3783, 519-826-5391
National Park Campgrounds – Reservation Service Available
- Vehicle Accessible Camping: McDonald Campground in Sidney and Prior Centennial Campground on Pender Island.
- Backcountry Camping: 10 backcountry camping areas with approximately 100 backcountry campsites on 8 Gulf Islands.
- Parks Canada Campsite Reservation Information: Gulf Islands National Park
- During peak season, Kootenay National Park offers over 300 campsites in 4 campgrounds:
Redstreak: 242 campsites, open early May to mid October
Marble Canyon: 61 campsites, open end June to end August
McLead Meadows: 80 campsites, open end June to end August
Crooks’s Meadows Group Camping: 1 campsite, open end June to end August
- Parks Canada Campsite Reservation Information: Parks Canada Campsite Reservation Information
- There is one campground within the Long Beach Unit of Pacific Rim National Park. Green Point Campground is located midway between Ucluelet and Tofino, open May 1 to mid October.
Parks Canada Campsite Reservation Information: Green Point Campground
- Camping in the Broken Group Islands is permitted within designated camping areas located on Hand, Turret, Gibraltar, Willis, Dodd, Clarke and Gilbert Islands. Park Wardens are stationed in the Islands from May to October.
Parks Canada Campsite Reservation Information: Broken Group Islands
National Park Campgrounds – Reservation Service NOT Available
The following national parks do offer camping, but reservations are not accepted.
- Glacier National park has three tent and RV campgrounds:
Illecillewaet Campground: 60 campsites, open from late June to late September.
Loop Brook Campground: 20 campsites, open from Canada Day to Labour Day.
Mount Sir Donald Campground: 15 primitive campsites, open during July and August.
Parks Canada Campsite Information: Frontcountry Camping
- Backcountry campsites are available on the following trails: Hermit, Sir Donald, Beaver River, Copperstain, Bald Mountain/Caribou Pass
Parks Canada Campsite Information: Trail campsites
Parks Canada Campsite Information: Huts and Cabins
Parks Canada Campsite Information: Winter Camping
Gwaii Haanas National Park
Gwaii Haanas has no formal campsites. Visitors may camp on the sand or rock above the high tide line on the many small pebble beaches, sandy stretches, and headlands.
Parks Canada Campsite Information: Gwaii Haanas National Park
Mount Revelstoke National Park
There are no road-accessible campgrounds in Mount Revelstoke National Park. There are designated backcountry campgrounds at Eva Lake and Upper Jade Lake. Each site has four tent sites, and campers must use the tent pads provided. There is one backcountry shelter: Caribou Cabin is open in winter only and is located 19 km up the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. The cabin sleeps six people and there are foam sleeping pads provided, as well as a woodstove and firewood. There is a fee to use this cabin, which includes a wilderness pass.
Contact the Mount Revelstoke National Park Office to book this cabin and obtain the key.
Yoho National Park
Camping is available in Yoho at the following campsites, available on a first-come, first-served basis:
Kicking Horse: 88 campsites, open mid May to mid October
Monarch: 44 campsites, open late June to end August
Takakkaw Falls: 35 campsites, open mid June to mid October
Hoodoo Creek: 30 campsites, open late June to end August
Parks Canada Campsite Information: Yoho National Park