What better way to make the good times last than a night (or two) camping in one of Canada’s beautiful national parks? From accommodations designed to be adapted for those with autism to wheelchair accessible sites, start planning your next getaway with these inclusive places.
Gros Morne National Park
Location : Newfoundland and Labrador
Explore the earth’s mantle and take a cruise on a glacier-carved lake through a land-locked fjord.
Gros Morne offers a rustic cabin that caters to visitors with sensory needs. Some features include soft lighting, extra curtains, and removable seating! Welcome to a place where those on the autism spectrum can feel soothed, safe and secure.
Gros Morne also has wheelchair-accessible campsites, showers and washrooms at Berry Hill, Green Point, Shallow Bay, Trout River and Lomond campgrounds.
Kouchibouguac National Park
Location : New Brunswick
Discover lush pine forests, salt marshes, and warm ocean beaches.
Treat yourself to a night in an oTENTik, a cozy blend of cabin and tent. oTENTik tents 49 and 71 at South Kouchibouguac Campground have a wheelchair-friendly ramp access. Note that due to the layout of our oTENTik tents, beds are only able to be accessed from the end.
Prefer to bring your own tent? Set up camp at one of the accessible campsites! The park also offers all-terrain wheelchair rentals, so you can explore the beautiful boardwalk and sand dunes.
Cape Breton Highlands National Park
Location : Nova Scotia
Discover the world-famous Cabot Trail, where the stunning sights will leave you breathless.
Camp under the stars at Broad Cove and Chéticamp campgrounds, which offer wheelchair accessible tent sites. For a unique getaway, stay in one of our accessible oTENTik found at Broad Cove, Chéticamp and Ingonish Beach campgrounds! Due to the layout of our oTENTik tents, you can get cozy in bed by accessing it from the end.
Prince Edward Island National Park
Location : Prince Edward Island
Catch some waves at the accessible beaches in Brackley, Cavendish or Stanhope. Red sandstone cliffs and warm tranquil waters lap these rosy-hued beaches!
When the sun sets, dream of the relaxing days ahead as you slumber at either Cavendish or Stanhope campground. Both sites offer ramped oTENTik accommodations and wheelchair friendly campsites. Our accessible oTENTik tents are barrier-free; beds just need to be accessed from the end as beds are set up side-by-side. The washrooms, welcome kiosks and kitchen shelters are wheelchair-friendly.
La Mauricie National Park
Location : Quebec
Discover a land of lake and forests. Treat yourself to a night in an oTENTik; the perfect mix between a tent and cabin! The F7 oTENTik tent at the Rivière-à-la-Pêche campground has been remodeled to be wheelchair accessible in both the exterior and interior. The path between the tent and the service building is fully accessible as well as the building itself.
Prefer to stay in a tent? No worries! Set up camp on one of our accessible campsites.
Pukaskwa National Park
Location : Ontario
Make sure to check out the peaceful wheelchair-friendly Boardwalk Beach Trail located in Hattie Cove leading down to the famous Horseshoe Bay.
You’ll definitely earn your rest after a packed day of adventures! Set up camp at Hattie Cove Campground where two campsites, an oTENTik and the washrooms are all accessible. Due to the layout of our oTENTik tents, you can get cozy in bed by accessing it from the end.
Riding Mountain National Park
Location : Manitoba
Discover a splendid region of boreal forest and fescue prairie. After dark, enjoy a comfortable camping experience in the accessible yurt at Wasagaming campground.
Prefer a more rustic experience? Sleep in your tent on one of the wheelchair friendly campsites specifically designed for people with reduced mobility. Make the most of your stay at Wasagaming!
Jasper National Park
Location : Alberta
Breathe in the fresh mountain air in the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies!
Take your pick from four wheelchair-friendly campgrounds spread across the park. Wabasso, Pocahontas, Whistlers (closed for 2020) and Wapiti (open year-round) offer accessible tent sites and washrooms.
If you’re feeling spontaneous, Wilcox campground and the Icefields RV lot offer non-reservable, self-registration, wheelchair-friendly camping with accessible dry toilets.
Enjoy taking a dip in the hottest mineral springs in the Canadian Rockies at the fully accessible facilities of Miette Hot Springs.
Glacier National Park
Location : British Columbia
Discover the history of Rogers Pass or take in the sights beneath the shade of the rainforest. There’s plenty to see and do!
Stay the night at the Illecillewaet Campground, which has accessible camping sites and washrooms. Visitors can also borrow an all-terrain wheelchair from the welcome station.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
Location : British Columbia
Welcome to the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, where the rainforest meets the sea.
Reserve your site at the drive-in Green Point campground with its accessible washroom, viewpoint and theatre!
Wood Buffalo National Park
Location : Northwest Territories
Sleep under the twinkling stars and the shimmering lights of the aurora borealis in this Dark-Sky Preserve.
Complete your adventure with an overnight stay at Pine Lake Campground, which has two wheelchair accessible sites with an accessible outhouse. The picnic tables and parking at the day use area are also wheelchair-friendly.
Kluane National Park and Reserve
Location : Yukon
Admire the alpine landscapes of this park, home to 17 out of the 20 highest peaks in all of Canada!
Kathleen Lake Campground has two wheelchair accessible campsites. The nearby outhouses are also wheelchair accessible. Alongside the shores of majestic Lake Kathleen, you’ll find a beautiful trail, day use shelter, picnic tables and interpretive panels, all designed with accessibility in mind.