Camping and accommodations

Pukaskwa National Park

Pukaskwa National Park offers many different camping experiences. Whether you prefer to camp in a tent or trailer close to amenities or travel to a wilderness site, we have the camping experience you are looking for!

From May 15 - October 14, enjoy the park’s cozy comforts like hot showers, electrical hook-ups and free WiFi in the nearby Visitor Centre.

Never camped before? Enjoy camping with a campsite already set up and ready to go with an oTENTik.

The following camping experiences are offered in Pukaskwa National Park:

  • A man and a woman outside of a camping trailer.
    Frontcountry camping 

    Hattie Cove campground is a short drive from the Trans-Canada Highway offers 67 vehicle-accessible campsites in Pukaskwa National Park’s front country.

  • Two women sitting in front of a tent.
    Backcountry camping

    Whether you want a short hike or multi-day paddling excursion, Pukaskwa National Park has something for every adventurer!

  • Two men and a child sitting outside of an oTENTik

    OTENTiks are a perfect way for families, friends and couples of all ages to discover the joys of camping without all the muss and fuss.

For more information on Pukaskwa National Park's reservation policy, click here.

Information on Pukaskwa's camping fees can be found here.

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