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Pukaskwa National Park

What’s new in 2015

Parks Canada’s Red Chairs 

Parks Canada invites you to test out the new red chairs! These colourful additions in the park take you to epic places where epic memories can be made and epic photos can be taken! Take many pictures and share them through social media using #REDCHAIRS or #SHARETHECHAIR.

Fire Walk Citizen Science Activity

Help Parks Canada track the regrowth of the Hattie Cove prescribed fire area. Visit the Hattie Cove Fire Walk trail, take a photo at the citizen science sign and post it on social media using #ALIVEANDWELL!


Anishinaabe Camp

The Anishinaabe Camp is moving…. but not very far! As part of a revitalization project, it is now closer to the Hattie Cove shoreline. We have started re-constructing the buildings using traditional methods. Drop by, explore, and enjoy the new views it offers of Hattie Cove!

Fire Circle

A new visitor experience space has been created between the Visitor Centre and the Anishinaabe Camp. Join park interpreters for programming at the fire circle, a place for learning and sharing!


Check out the new Trailhead located in front of the Visitor Centre. Use it to help plan your epic hiking adventure in Pukaskwa National Park!