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Pukaskwa National Park

Facilities and Services

A visitor in the bow of a canoe
A wild and natural playground on the edge of the world's largest freshwater lake. © Parks Canada

Park Administration

  • Open year round
    • 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday
    • For more information, please call Pukaskwa National Park at (807) 229-0801.

Front-country

The visitor centre at Hattie Cove

Hattie Cove Visitor Centre
Chat with staff, plan your trip, tap into the free WIFI and enjoy the view of Hattie Cove.


wiigwaam and jiibaakwewgamig

Anishinaabe Camp
Discover the Anishinaabe Camp and its newly built wiigwaam and jiibaakwewgamig (cook tent). All are welcome to join park interpreters as they host cultural programs in this amazing space!


A family camping

Hattie Cove Campground
A short drive from the Trans-Canada Highway, the 67-site Hattie Cove Campground offers car campers unparalleled solitude and privacy.


Backcountry

Two visitors hiking in the back country

Coastal Hiking Trail
The Coastal Hiking Trail is Ontario’s premier wilderness hiking experience. These 60 kilometres of Lake Superior’s wild north shore will transform even the most seasoned backpacker.


4 kayaks

Coastal Paddling Route
Enjoy pristine backcountry campsites, beautiful sandy beaches, towering shorelines and awe-inspiring views. With Pukaskwa’s 135 km coastline, the adventures are endless.


Two canoes on a river

White River and Pukaskwa River
Pukaskwa’s backcountry rivers offer wilderness white-water adventures. Backcountry routes are open May 1 to September 30.