Pukaskwa National Park is a vast, wild, natural playground on the edge of the world's largest freshwater lake. It's a place where powerful waves collide with rugged, towering coastlines; a place of endless sunsets over sandy driftwood beaches. Its topography, unruly climate, unspoiled and variable coastline, boreal forest and rare plant species - these all form the distinguishing characteristics of Pukaskwa and make it an ideal place for learning and discovery.

Conservation

Protected and appropriately managed, Pukaskwa’s wilderness is a place where native species and natural processes can persist, and where visitors can support and engage in conservation efforts.

Conservation projects

Animals

Pukaskwa National Park plays an important role in preserving suitable habitat for wildlife. Learn more about park fauna:

Environment

Come discover this natural environment for yourself – a place where Lake Superior's untouched beauty can be seen, experienced and remembered by all who visit.

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