Pukaskwa National Park
The park Kiosk is located at the entrance of the Hattie Cove Campground. When arriving to the park, visitors can connect with park staff at this location during operating hours.
The park kiosk provides the following services:
- General information
- Firewood purchase
- Merchandise sales
Park staff located at the Kiosk are your information experts. Consult with staff for everything from best picnic areas to program offerings. The Kiosk also features a brochure rack complete with visitor guides and self-registration forms.
Frequently asked questions
Are there laundry machines on site?
Yes, located at the south loop comfort station. Check with staff at the Kiosk if you need change!
Where can I purchase propane?
Canadian Tire in Marathon.
Where can I purchase ice?
Cando's Corner on Hwy. 627 adjacent to Biigtigong Nishnaabeg, or most gas stations.
Where is the nearest church?
There is a Catholic church on Biigtigong Nishnaabeg and various churches in Marathon.
Where is the nearest grocery store?
There is Twance's Groceries on Biigtigong Nishnaabeg, Cando's Corner on Hwy. 627 adjacent to Biigtigong Nishnaabeg, and a larger grocery store in Marathon.
Where can I see wildlife?
In all backcountry areas along the Coastal Hiking Trail and day trails.
Where is the trailer dumping station?
It is located near the Administration Building and is indicated on the map in the visitor guide. No products treated chemically are allowed to be dumped. Use of biological treatment is strongly encouraged. The dumping station is for use by registered visitors only.
Where can I obtain potable water to fill my trailer?
Potable water is available between Victoria Day and Labour Day by the South Loop comfort station.
Can I drink the water?
Yes, you can drink the potable water from the taps provided in the campground and day use area. It is tested daily. If there is a problem, we will post signs indicating that the water requires boiling before consumption. We recommend that lake water be boiled for at least two minutes before drinking.
Where is the pay phone?
At the Visitor Centre, outside, on the water side of the building.
Do we offer a recycling program in the park?
Yes. Recycling bins are located in each campground loop next to the comfort station. We recycle pop cans, steel food cans, paper, boxboard, cardboard, and plastics #1 and #2. In order to not attract wild animals, such as black bears, to our recycling bins, please ensure items are clean before depositing. Special attention should be given to cleaning food cans and cardboard. We are not able at this time to recycle glass or small gas cylinders.
Are pets allowed in the park?
Yes. Pets must be kept on a leash of less than three metres for their own protection and for the protection of others. There is no veterinary service for over 300 km, so please help to protect your pet from an avoidable encounter with wildlife. Pet owners are responsible for picking up excrement; if you require a bag, for this purpose, ask staff at the Kiosk.
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