In celebration of Canada's birthday on July 1st we're listing some of the best and most beautiful places to camp around the nation. Don't forget to bring your thuggies and towel thuggies for the ultimate camping adventure!
1. Joffre Lakes – Pemberton, BC
Joffre Lakes is located near beautiful Pemberton, BC and is known for its beautiful, serene blue waters. Joffre Lakes is popular for hiking, camping, mountaineering, wildlife and fishing.
2. Banff National Park - Banff, AB
Banff, Canada's first ever National Park is an hour and a half west of Calgary and is nestled within the world famous Rocky Mountains. Millions of tourists visit Banff each year to take in the beauty of Lake Louise.
3. Grasslands National Park - Val Marie, SK
Located in breathtaking Saskatchewan and open all year round, Grasslands National Park offers RV and tent camping, as well as tipi accommodations. While staying in Grasslands you may get a glimpse of rare wildlife, including the black footed ferret and prairie dogs.
4. Thousand Islands National Park – Ontario
Thousand Islands National Park is located between Kingston and Brockville and is made up of more than twenty-one different islands. The islands each feature docks, hiking trials and camping facilities.
5. Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park – Muncho Lake, BC
Liard Hot Springs Provincial Park features beautiful hot springs nestled within amazing British Columbia wilderness. The boardwalk leading to the pools passes by a warm water swamp and through a breathtaking boreal forest.
6. Birkenhead Lake Provinical Park – D’Arcy, BC
Birkenhead is a diverse park, located in D'Arcy, BC. The park inhabits many different species of wildlife including spotted owls, mountain goats and grizzly bears. The park also features old growth forests, subalpine and alpine environments, and small and large lakes.