Waterton Lake National Park
This stunning park located in Southwest Alberta makes a claim that no other park in the globe can make. That claim would be that it holds three designations. It’s a Unesco World Heritage Site, Biosphere Reserve, and an International Peak Park. It’s the only location in Canada where several different ecological regions meet together as well. Those include prairie grasses, rolling mountains, beautiful coastlines, sea water, fresh water and more. Staying at the Campground is the best option as it gives access to all of the amenities that the park has to offer.
Located in Bancroft, Ontario is a lake that is an outdoor love affair. Silent Lake is the perfect place for camping enthusiasts looking for a place where they can seclude themselves from the rest of the world. It’s a private lake that’s rustic in its nature. Luckily though there are showers, flush toilets, electricity, and yurts all available to make camping easier on those who venture out to Silent Lake.
Yoho National Park
Yoho National Park in Field, British Columbia is just one of the many national parks across the province which hold an abundance of beauty. Whoever ventures to this national park will be immersed by the Takkakaw Falls, at two hundred and fifty-four meters, it’s one of the highest waterfalls in the country. Emerald Lake, one of the most famous in the globe is located in Yoho as well. Finally, visitors will be immersed in the beauty of the Rocky Mountains.
Columbia Icefield Campground
Located in Jasper National Park, Alberta, the Columbia Icefield Campground is the best spot to camp in all of the country. It’s located right beside one of the highest mountain peaks of the country. Along with consistent majestic displays of nature’s raw power, a gallery of glaciers and an abundance of horses makes this campground a must sees for die-hard campers. Luckily, not many ventures out to this campground due to its hostility.
Grand Manam Island
Grand Manam Island, located in the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick is home to the “Hole-in-the-Wall Campground”. This campground’s website says in warning “May be woken up by Whales”, plus, on top of that, the Bay of Fundy is home to some of the most stunning sights of rock erosion in the world. There is nowhere like the Bay in the world.
Grand Beach Provincial Park
Grand Beach Provincial Park, located in Grand Marais, Manitoba is the last place you’d expect to see on this top five list. The provincial park is one of the best camping spots due to its twelve-metre-high sand dunes, long stretches of sandy beaches and bright blue skies. This park makes you feel as if you are in the Caribbean instead of being in the North of Canada. Plus, being able to swim in the sixth largest lake in Canada is a fun experience.
Cathedral Provincial Park
Located in British Columbia, Cathedral Provincial Park offers more than anyone could imagine. The provincial park consists of an abundance of fish-filled lakes, alpine meadows, unique geology and plenty of hiking opportunities. The peaks of this national park reach 2,500 meters. Some of the most famous geological formations are located in this park including Stone City, Smokey the Bear and Devil’s Woodpile. Every few years there are an abundance of planes that drop off new rainbow trout into the lakes of this park to keep fishermen, campers and hikers alike all amused.