Activities and experiences

Pukaskwa National Park

Equal parts a cultural and natural wonderland, Pukaskwa combines authentic boreal wilderness with longstanding Anishinaabe culture. Families can treasure hunt on rocky shores and in the woods on a geocaching adventure. Day hikers will marvel at views from the White River Suspension Bridge. The sandy shores of Horseshoe Beach make summertime memorable. The Bimose Kinoomagewnan Trail shares important teachings of the Anishinaabe. And wilderness hiking and paddling routes put the untouched natural beauty of Pukaskwa on full display.


A hiker on the boardwalk.


Hiking, beach, paddling, boating, fishing, and red chairs.

A couple outside of a trailer with their dog.

Camping and overnight accommodations

Frontcountry camping, Backcountry camping and oTENTiks.

Backcountry paddling

Backcountry hiking and coastal paddling

Coastal hiking trail, Mdaabii Miikna, Coastal Paddling Route, Boat Shuttle Information.



Specific dates and details on events happening this year.

Learning experiences

School programs

Transform your classrooms learning activities.


There’s an opportunity waiting for you!

Summer Interpretive Programs

Dive deeper into the cultural and natural heritage of Pukaskwa National Park.


Visiting with young children? Explore with Club Parka!

The Club Parka booklet invites kids to explore, learn and have fun! Once activities are completed, they'll receive a reward! The booklets are available on site.

Learn more about Parka and download other activities!

Things to do

Sea birds Bird watching
Camping Camping
Canoe camping Canoe camping
Canoeing Canoeing
Dogs on leash Dog walking
Geocaching Geocaching
Lookout Lookout
Sea Kayaking Paddling
Photo Opportunity Photography
Picnic area Picnicking
Surfing Stand-Up Paddleboarding
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