Take virtual tours to Parks Canada’s places with Google Street View.

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Parks Canada protects a total of 171 Historic Sites! Travel back in time and experience life as a 19th century settler, explore Victorian architecture, or view the lighthouses that once guided Canadian sailors home.


Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site

“Walk” through Canada’s oldest collection of stone fur trade buildings to experience life of the trappers and traders of the Hudson’s Bay Company at Lower Fort Garry.

Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site

Check out Newfoundland and Labrador’s oldest lighthouse and the most easterly point in the country at Cape Spear Lighthouse.

HMCS Haida National Historic Site

Explore the world’s last surviving Tribal Class destroyer ship, the HMCS Haida.

S.S. Klondike National Historic Site

Roam the decks of the legendary S.S. Klondike, the largest sternwheeler in the British Yukon Navigation Company’s fleet!




Did you know that Parks Canada also protects five Marine Conservation Areas? Our newest addition protects majestic fjords and glaciers where narwhals live alongside thousands of seabirds near vibrant Inuit communities.


Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area

Let this freshwater inland sea take your breath away as you hike its rugged north shore.

Fathom Five National Marine Conservation Area

Explore Fathom Five with its iconic flowerpot formations and scenic limestone islands with hidden underwater treasures.

Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park

View the beautiful landscapes of Saguenay St. Lawrence Marine Park, recognized as one of the best places in the world for whale watching.

Gwaii Haanas National Marine Conservation Area

Venture to Gwaii Haanas, the place where lush rainforest island meets the sea, and wildlife and Haida Heritage come together.




Explore the land of the midnight sun and northern lights, where Parks Canada protects 13 historic sites, 1 marine conservation area and 17 national parks. Discover Canada’s north, a place with vibrant indigenous culture, soaring Arctic wilderness and jagged icebergs.


Quttinirpaaq National Park

Visit Quttinirpaaq, Canada’s most northern park. View its spectacular landscape with its shimmering ice caps and jagged peaks.

Ivvavik National Park

Explore gorgeous Ivvavik, home to one of Canada’s oldest rivers.

Auyuittuq National Park

Visit Auyuittuq, home to granite peaks, deep ocean fjords, and the longest vertical drop in the world known as Thor Peak.

Nááts'įhch'oh National Park Reserve

Click through the vivid waters and mountain peaks of Nááts'įhch'oh National Park Reserve.

Chilkoot Trail National Historic Site

Discover the stunning Chilkoot Trail, a route used by Chilkoot Tinglit Traders and thousands of Yukon-bound prospectors.




Parks Canada protects 12 of the 20 Canadian sites on UNESCO’s World Heritage List! UNESCO sites represent some of humanity’s most outstanding achievements and nature’s most inspiring creations.


L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site

Explore the only authenticated Viking settlement in North America at L'Anse aux Meadows.

Nahanni National Park Reserve

Trek through Nahanni’s sheer granite spires, vast alpine plateaus, and Canada’s deepest canyons.

Kluane National Park and Reserve

Explore Kluane, home to Canada’s highest peak and North America’s largest icefield.

Gros Morne National Park

Walk upon the Earth’s mantle, normally found far below the Earth’s crust. Admire the wonders of Gros Morne; the fjords, mountains, forests, barren cliffs and coastlines.

Rideau Canal National Historic Site

Venture through Rideau Canal, the oldest continuously operated canal in North America which has most of its original structures intact.

Grand-Pré National Historic Site

Explore Grand-Pré, that what was once the epicenter of Acadian culture, and now a memorial to a tragic upheaval.




Did you know that Canada’s Rocky Mountain Parks form such a striking mountain landscape, they are recognized as a World Heritage site? Check out these majestic places with panoramic views.


Banff National Park

Check out Banff, Canada’s first national park! This place is famous for its breathtaking views and panoramic mountain tops.

Jasper National Park

View dramatic mountain scenery unfold as you “drive” through the world-famous Icefields Parkway in Jasper.

Cave and Basin National Historic Site

When three railway workers stumbled upon a cave full of hot mineral spring waters, they inadvertently helped create Canada’s first national park. Explore the unique destination known as Cave and Basin.

Yoho National Park

Discover the spectacular landscapes of Yoho. Its steep rock walls, waterfalls and dizzying summits will leave you in awe.

Kootenay National Park

Discover Kootenay, a park filled with thrilling contrasts; from icy mountain rivers to steamy hot springs.




Parks Canada places are a great way to view wildlife. From butterflies to whales, and owls to bison, our 47 national parks are protecting a wide variety of species.


Wood Buffalo National Park

Not only is Wood Buffalo the Canada’s largest park, but it’s also home to the largest beaver dam in the world (it can be seen from space!) and some of the last remaining bison herds.

Wapusk National Park

Discover Wapusk, the largest polar bear denning site in the entire world.

Point Pelee National Park

Point Pelee might be Canada’s smallest national park, but it has the greatest number of recorded bird species!

Grasslands National Park

Visit Grasslands, and admire the place where the first recorded dinosaur remains were found in Canada.

Elk Island National Park

Experience the serenity of Elk Island, a place known for its refuge of bison.

Forillon National Park

Explore Forillon, a magical place famous for watching magnificent whales and seals.

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

Venture to Gulf Islands, a place teeming with wildlife, including deer, orca, and sea lions!



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