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Canadians are 캠핑 장 heading out in droves for camping when the summer arrives, and we have got our picks for the 10 best national parks to camp at across the country. Canada is home to some of the best camping in the world, and these campsites are on the bucket list for any avid camper. The best part of Canadian summers is spent in campgrounds, and the Ontario Provincial Parks are among the best known and beloved in the nation. Algonquin Provincial Park is Ontarios most popular park for camping, and there are many campgrounds that accommodate a great number of campers.

To help you navigate your options, check out our list of the best Algonquin Provincial Park campgrounds. We spread out our choices across 10 Canadian provinces, choosing campsites that offer access to some of the best landscapes and outdoor activities Canada has to offer. Our Canadian National Parks Camp Index ranks Canadas National Parks, using detailed analysis of factors including the number of designated campgrounds, the number of designated hiking trails, dark sky reserves, annual precipitation, popularity, and size, to give you a handy guide on where is best to pitch your tent. Sure, you can just Google camping in Ontario, but Dave and I have broken down what is awesome about each destination, and why you should camp there, based on our first-hand experience.

With 330 provincial parks, an area larger than both France and Spain combined, and a fifth of the worlds fresh water, it is no surprise that there are a lot of great places to camp in Ontario.

Next up is Waterton Lakes National Park, located in Alberta, which has 12 designated campgrounds, 29 designated hiking trails, and a modest park size of a little more than 500 square kilometers. The magnificent Sasquatch Provincial Park is loved for its pocket lake chain, its distinctive second-growth Birch Forest, and scenic mountain ranges. Then the campground at Alice Lake Provincial Park, B.C., is where you want to be.

Bass Lake Campground has canoe and kayak rentals, there is a scenic hiking trail right on the property, and it is just outside of Orillia so you can go to the city to do more sightseeing. The ideal place for your home base is the parks only backcountry camping area — the campground at Kathleen Lake. Mountain Shadows Campground offers both tent and RV/trailer sites in a great location right by the lake. You can camp in your camper trailer or RV at Mountain Shadows RV Park & Campground and enjoy the heat from a nightly bonfire.

Cultus Lake Provincial Park offers over 300 vehicle-friendly campground sites in various settings, but the aptly named Lakeside Campground is where you will find sites directly on the shores of the lake, including some without electric hookups for those looking for a “off-grid” experience. Southern Ontarios Pinery Provincial Park is home to several camping sites, but Burley is best if you are ready to give up electrical service.

In addition to camping, Raddall Provincial Park offers kayaking, cycling, hiking, and other activities, and a few secluded beaches from which you can take in some gorgeous waterfront views. There is a lot of things to do at the park, with multiple hiking trails, canoeing, and mountain bike trails. Located along the coast of Nova Scotias Cabot Trail, the park is connected to 26 hiking trails, which wind their way down forested river canyons, flanked by red-hued hills, and out to beaches where resident whales visit for salutations. Plus, you can access 14 km of hiking trails in the park directly from your campsite at Ottawa River.

The lakes and rivers in quiet Nopiming Provincial Park are combined with great canoeing routes across the Canadian Shield at the Manitoba-Ontario border. Sandbanks Provincial Park is home to three spectacular beaches, including the lakeshore beaches that extend seven kilometres out to Lake Ontario.

The Mountain Lake View Trail leads up the highest point in Cathedral Provincial Park, offering extensive views — a clear day allows for the full extent of Mt. Rainiers, which is located 300 km away. There is nowhere better to camp than at Green Point: It is just 15 minutes outside of full-service town of Wasagaming, but the tent-only, walk-in sites are situated on the tranquil lake, the campground is seldom busy, and some of the best trails in the park begin just a short drive away.

Another family-friendly provincial park just outside Ottawas driving range, this campgrounds real draw is the fact it makes a perfect base to explore nearby Karp Township. The Pinery even operates a large campground store and cafe, perfect for laid-back campers looking to pick up some hamburgers and fries rather than fight a fire. The park offers ten open-air campsites, all of them accessible via hiking trails, and is an ideal winter camping destination in Alberta, too.

For the ultimate in backcountry camping, Fathom Five National Marine Park has six campgrounds located off-road. Located within the Prince Edward Islands only National Park, the Cavendish campground offers guests various accommodations near stunning oceanside scenery. A popular campervan site, featuring spacious sites, showers, cafe, trail access, and scenic views, the Living Forest RV Park & Oceanside Campground features 53 natural acres of ocean, woods, and rivers.

This camping area offers some of the finest mountain scenery you can experience while on your road trip across Canada. For the camp and road trip experience, BC offers private operated campgrounds and RV parks; an extensive park system with both reservation-based and first-come, first-served sites for tent camping; cabins and chalets; and thousands of recreational sites and trails at beaches, lakes, mountains, and grasslands. Canadas #1 campground is an RV, trailer, and tent camp site, tennis courts, playground, and community rooms. Campers can stay in the prairies at the Saskatchewan National Parks Grasslands, enjoying views of prairies, rolling hills, and various camping sports like river kayaking.

Canadas highest mountain, Mount Logan, is located at the Kluane National Park and Reserve, which is home to the largest icefields in the country, and visitors can camp in the snow, even during summer.