Pukaskwa National Park

Spanning over 1878 km2 on Lake Superior’s remote northern coast, Pukaskwa National Park boasts captivating wilderness that weaves untouched nature with the long history of the Anishinaabe First Nations. This is Ontario’s only wilderness national park, defined by pink-and-slate granite shores, Great Lake temperaments and near-endless stretches of spruce, fir, pine and hardwoods.


Come discover this natural environment for yourself – a place where Lake Superior's untouched beauty can be seen, experienced and remembered by all who visit.

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