Passionate about protecting Canada’s natural and cultural heritage?

 Want to share that passion with other students on your campus?

 Experience a Parks Canada Campus Club!

Become a member or a leader of Parks Canada Campus Club


[Parks Canada logo in white on a black screen]

[Students walk cheerfully down a city street, one carries a guitar]

[The students load a car with camping gear]

[The students board a boat wearing life jackets and enjoy the ride to their campsite]

[The boat docks and the students arrive at their camp-site]

[the students play, making a circle with their hands in the middle and spinning before branching out]

[The students play frisbee]

[The students set-up their tents]

[The students look for bugs in the grass]

[The students plant marker flags in the ground for an activity]

[The students explore the camp-site and take pictures in front of a welcome sign]

[The students meet on a rock by the water]

[The students stand in a group and dance and laugh together]

[The students go biking on forest trails]

[The students have a campfire]

[The students wave to the camera]

What is it?

In 2013, Parks Canada piloted the Campus Club Program, an exciting initiative to get young adults excited about getting outside, connecting with nature and learning about Canada’s history. Over the past two years, Parks Canada Campus Clubs have been established at many post-secondary institutions and now form the Parks Canada Campus Club Network.

Why a campus club network?

  • It's a grassroots movement that is led "by youth, for youth"
  • To mobilize and inspire YOU and your generation
  • To connect with you where you study, work, live and play
  • To make your voice heard
  • To increase your awareness, also among your generation, about protected natural and cultural heritage found in your own backyard
  • To support your learning objectives and even recruit you eventually
  • To help you learning more about our jobs and volunteer opportunities

How to participate?

There are two ways to get involved:

Become a Parks Canada Campus Club member!

Group of students taking a selfie photo

Email the Parks Canada Campus Club leader by clicking directly on the university's name below. For those without an email listed, contact and we'll be happy to put you in contact with a campus club leader.

Become a Parks Canada Campus Club leader!

Group of students around a campfire in the winter

Establish and be the leader of a new club at your post-secondary institution, or become the next leader of an existing club.

Where are Parks Canada Campus Clubs?

Map of Canadian Universities

Please get in touch with us by email:


British Columbia



Newfoundland and Labrador

Corner Brook

 Memorial University of Newfoundland (Corner Brook Campus)


 Memorial University of Newfoundland (Saint-John’s Campus)

New Brunswick

Nova Scotia



 University of Guelph


 McMaster University


 Queen's University


 Fanshawe College


 Carleton University

 University of Ottawa


 Laurentian University

Thunder Bay

 Lakehead University


 Ryerson University

 University of Toronto (Scarborough campus)

 University of Toronto (St. George/Main campus)

 York University


 University of Waterloo


 Western University


 Trent University


Group of students having fun outside in the winter with backpacks and a sled

Our goal is to have a presence across Canada, and a stronger one in Quebec (i.e. French language post-secondary institutions), and establish additional or new clubs in all Canadian cities. If your university/college/cegep is not listed above, don't hesitate to start your own Parks Canada Campus Club!

Other questions?

Consult our Frequently Asked Questions section!