Banff National Park, Alberta : Now, one of the many great things about Banff is that you can actually pair this will a trip to Jasper National Park, too.
Elk Island National Park, Alberta : Elk Island is one of the easiest-to-reach national parks in Canada if you’re visiting from Edmonton.
Fundy National Park, New Brunswick: Located in New Brunswick on the Bay of Fundy it’s one of the best National Parks in Canada to enjoy a gorgeous and rugged coastline.
Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and Labrador: In so many ways, Gros Morne National Park reminds me of the incredible fjords of Norway.
Ivvavik National Park, Yukon: Ivvavik National Park feels like one of the totally untamed and untouched national parks in Canada.
Jasper National Park, Alberta : Perched within the province of Alberta, Jasper National Park is one of my very favourites to visit.
Mount Revelstoke National Park, British Columbia: Mount Revelstoke is one of the National Parks in Canada that’s pretty easy to visit. Now, if you’re driving from Vancouver to Banff (or Calgary), it’s likely you’ll take highway 1 that’ll go right through the national park itself.
Pacific Rim Park Reserve, British Columbia: Covering well over 500 square kilometres of land, Pacific Rim is actually classified as a park reserve, rather than one of the national parks in Canada.
Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta: Waterton Lake National Park is one of the national parks in Canada that borders Montana’s Glacier National Park.
Yoho National Park, British Columbia: Yoho is one of the prettiest National Parks in Canada and has one pretty famous resident…the picture-perfect Lake O’ Hara.