Expanding over 1878 km2 on Lake Superior’s remote northern coast, Pukaskwa National Park is a captivating wilderness that weaves untouched nature with the long history of the Anishinaabe First Nations. This is Ontario’s only wilderness national park, defined by pink-and-slate granite shores, Great Lake temperaments and near-endless stretches of spruce, fir, pine and hardwoods.


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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