Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your visit to Akami-Uapishkᵁ-KakKasuak-Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve
Openings and services differ across the country. Please check the Parks Canada national information portal dedicated to COVID-19 for regular updates.
Important information about your visit to Akami-uapishkᵁ-KakKasuak-Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve
To help Canadians gain access to the health and wellness benefits that come from being outdoors and in nature, a number of Parks Canada places will be gradually restoring visitor access and visitor services beginning June 1, 2020. Initial access will be focused on autonomous day use of trails, grounds, and other outdoor settings.
The resumption of operations will also include the continuation of critical services and the gradual resumption of some key field-based ecological and cultural protection activities.
The health and safety of visitors, employees and all Canadians is of the utmost importance and Parks Canada will follow the advice and guidance of public health authorities in resuming visitor access and services. Only places and activities where health and safety risks can be mitigated will be available for visitation.
Newfoundland and Labrador is discouraging all non-essential travel throughout the province. Local people living close to these Parks Canada sites will have access to areas and facilities that are open.
What’s open (updated: May 25, 2020)
- Indigenous traditional activities in Parks Canada locations will continue; but all users are asked to follow the advice of public health experts on social distancing.
What’s closed (updated: May 25, 2020)
- Please check back regularly for updates.
Your safety when visiting
- Keep a healthy space of 2 metres between you and others.
- Be extra cautious when engaging in any activities to avoid injury and/or getting lost to help minimize the demands placed on emergency response, search and rescue teams, and on the health care system.
- Leave no trace when you visit outdoor spaces. Please take all your garbage with you and help keep these places clean.
- Observing wildlife in their natural habitat is a privilege that comes with a responsibility to treat wildlife with the respect they deserve and need.
- Abide by all travel advisories
Please visit pc.gc.ca and follow Parks Canada’s social media channels for information and updates on the status of all Parks Canada places