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Pukaskwa National Park

What’s New

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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.


Wiigwaam and jiibaakwewgamig

Anishinaabe Camp

The Anishinaabe Camp has moved to a new location. The revitalized camp features new structures, including a wiigwaam and jiibaakwewgamig (cooking tent), built with traditional construction methods. Drop by, explore, and enjoy the new views it offers of Hattie Cove!


Mdaabii Miikna

Mdaabii Miikna

Mdaabii Miikna, ‘go to the shore trail’ in Anishinaabemowin, delivers everything that Pukaskwa has to offer in a fraction of the time it takes to complete the Coastal Hiking Trail! This new loop trail is accessed via the Coastal Hiking Trail and is about a 24 km round tip from Hattie Cove. For more information click here.


Stand-up Paddle Board

Canoe and SUP Rentals

Enjoy paddling the peaceful waters of Pukaskwa’s Hattie Cove and its awesome wilderness views by renting a canoe or stand-up paddle board (SUP). Pack a picnic lunch and explore the Hattie Cove wetlands or simply float around for an afternoon! For more information click here.