PUKASKWA NATIONAL PARK
Explore 1,878 sq. km (725 sq. mi.) of northern forests and rugged Canadian Shield landscapes on the shores of Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake by surface area. The province’s only wilderness national park, Pukaskwa offers visitors superb outdoor experiences and opportunities to connect with the rich history of local Indigenous Peoples through cultural programs. On summer nights, sunsets bathe driftwood-dotted beaches and towering cliffs in shades of crimson and gold. Set up your tent in a campground or truly escape the world at a backcountry campsite (www.parkscanada.gc.ca/pukaskwa).