Kilometres of memories await!

A little bit of everything for every taste and mobility level. Parks Canada offers a variety of options for those for which accessibility is a factor. Amazing discoveries await!

Before you go – check the website of the site you’ll be visiting or contact us by email or telephone to learn more about our accessible accommodation options, trails and facilities. Our staff will be happy to help you plan a hassle free getaway.

Parks Canada offers a variety of accessible trails for visitors with varying degrees of mobility. Let yourself be inspired by the suggestions below and start planning your next visit. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need additional details.


Family walking the Kellys Beach boardwalk.

Kellys Beach Boardwalk

Kouchibouguac National Park, New Brunswick

Length: 1.2 km

Surface type: Boardwalk

An easy accessible 30-minute stroll along the boardwalk over the barrier island dunes with interpretive signs and stunning views across Kellys beach and the sea.


Cap de Bon-Désir Interpretation and Observation Centre Trail

Saguenay–St. Lawrence Marine Park

Length: 350 m

Surface type: Trail and boardwalk. Some steep slopes.

Plan a picnic and an easy wander along the main trail and boardwalk, which leads directly to the look-out over the marine park. Settle down with a sandwich and some binoculars and get ready for a magical afternoon. Your family will love spotting pods of whales out on the water. Need help identifying the marine life close to shore? No worries, let our guides help you! Note that some sections of this 350m trail have a steep slope.


Marsh Boardwalk Trail

Point Pelee National Park

Length: 1 km

Surface type: Boardwalk

See how many painted turtles, red-winged blackbirds or cattails you can count as you stroll the 1km floating boardwalk loop. Take a close look at the diverse habitat in the park.

The Prairies

A family enjoying a picnic.

Valleyview Easy Loop Trail

Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan

Length: 200 m

Surface type: Packed fine gravel

Pack up lunch and make your way along 200m of fully-accessible trail to the Valleyview picnic site. Enjoy the sweeping views over the curving river which snakes its way through the valley.

Western Canada

Skunk Cabbage Boardwalk Trail

Revelstoke National Park, British Columbia

Length: 1.2 km

Surface type: Trail and boardwalk

Challenge the family to a fun game of I-spy on this 1.2km trail with an all-access boardwalk over a swamp packed with fascinating flowers, plants and critters! Signs will help you out along the way. See if you can spot frogs, beavers, and—of course—skunk cabbage in the springtime!

A paved trail runs along Lake Annette with mountains in the background.

The Lee Trail, Lake Annette

Jasper National Park, Alberta

Length: 2.4 km

Surface type: Paved, but includes steep sections

The wheelchair friendly Lee Trail around the perimeter of beautiful Lake Annette is 2.4 km. The trail was recently widened and paved, and features brand new interpretive signage. It is a perfect family pick. Certain sections of this trail have a fairly steep incline (maximum 8%).


Kokanee Trail

Kluane National Park and Reserve, Yukon

Length: 1 km

Surface type: Boardwalk

Soak up spectacular views of towering mountains and crystal clear waters from the shore of Kathleen Lake as you follow the 1km Kokanee Trail along an accessible boardwalk. Learn about the kokanee salmon who live in the lake and enjoy the view from one of the benches along the way.