RV Parks & Campgrounds
Canadian campgrounds welcome visitors from all parts of the globe, offering camp sites ranging from back-to-nature basics in a wilderness setting, full facility campgrounds for RVs, quiet scenic camping sites, or RV parks with full resort facilities and amenities for families with children. These web links take you to Canadian RV camping websites, and Internet directories for campgrounds, trailer parks and campsites in Canada and the U.S.
Campgrounds Camping Canada (CCC)
CCC represents campground owners who are members of Canada’s provincial campground associations, and has links to campgrounds across the country. Details of these campgrounds ranging from wilderness campsites to full service, family-oriented RV parks, are listed by province. The website also has some other handy links for anyone planning a camping trip in Canada.
A website fully dedicated to Canadian campground information, including a directory of campgrounds and lots of really useful Tips and Checklists for both Campers and Rvers.
Your Internet Guide to Camping Resources in Canada, including the Campsource Online forum.
Great Outdoors Recreation Pages (GORP)
An international website with information specific to Canada, including Canada’s top 20 adventure destinations.
Trailer Life Directory Online
12,000 parks and campgrounds in North America.
National and Provincial Parks in Canada
These designated parklands, maintained by Parks Canada and the provincial governments, are a testimony to the awesome beauty and natural environment of Canada’s varied landscape.
National Parks, National Historic Sites, and National Marine Conservation Areas of Canada
Parks Canada, 25 Eddy Street, Gatineau, QC
Canada K1A 0M5
Park Information and Reservations
National Parks Reservations: 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783)
Hearing Impaired Reservations: 1-866-787-6221 (TTY only)
International Reservations: 1-905-566-4321
Provincial Parks throughout Canada
Go to our RVing in Canada page, and click on the map for information on tourist offices and Provincial parks in any province.
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS)
CPAWS uses science; co-operation and education to promote sustainable solutions that help conserve nature. Lots of information on their website, and links to some very good websites for regional chapters across the country.
Nature Canada’s mission is to conserve and protect nature—Canada’s natural diversity of plant and animal species and their environment. It encompasses a network of dozens of regional clubs for adults and children in every province.
Birding in Canada
This website contains many topics involved with wild birds and birding in Canada.
Ducks Unlimited Canada
Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl.
Canadian Wildlife Federation
Through extensive education and information programs, CWF encourages a future in which Canadians may live in harmony with the natural order.