Join park interpreters at these scheduled events. Or hail them for a chat when you see them roving about the park!

Interpreters are on duty from June 30 to September 4, Thursday to Monday.

 
Outdoor Live Theatre at Whistlers Campground

Claw and Order

A young mule deer is the hero of this story. The deer joins other wild animals of Jasper to share thoughts on how humans and wildlife can better coexist. Humour, song, and dance add a chuckle to your evening.

Whistlers Campground Theatre
Thursday, from 7 pm to 8 pm
Saturday, from 7 pm to 8 pm

Bats in the Dark

Jasper National Park protects species at risk. Yes, even bats! The central character of this story is a lovely Little Brown Bat who seeks help from a terrified camper. Humour, song, dance and audience participation bring hope and levity to the topic.

Whistlers Campground Theatre
Friday, from 7 pm to 8 pm
Sunday, from 7 pm to 8 pm

Downtown Drop-In with Park Interpreters

Park interpreters will be on duty at the Heritage Fire Hall in downtown Jasper. Drop-in and strike up a conversation. Stay as long or as little as you like. Join an activity that peaks your interest. Share highlights of your park visit. Ask your questions about the nature and culture of Jasper National Park. Make this part of your Jasper safari.

Heritage Fire Hall across from the Information Centre; 414 Patricia Street
Thursday to Sunday, from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Monday, from 10 am to 4:30 pm

Wildlife Guardians

Wildlife Guardians are on patrol this summer. Look for their distinct van. Follow their advice. Wildlife Guardians patrol park roadways, camp grounds, and trails. They share ways to keep you and wildlife safe in the home of wild animals.

Geocaching

Is geocaching your groove? Find more about Parks Canada Geocaching activities on the national website.

Hey kids, join the Parka Club or become a Parks Canada Xplorer!

Ask for free Parka and Xplorer activity books at:

  • information centres
  • campgrounds
  • when you meet a park interpreter

Bring your finished Xplorer book to the park information centre. Or show a park interpreter. We give you a medal and celebrate! Collect medals from all the Parks Canada places you travel to this summer.