Atlantic Canada's National Parks
Explore The Beautiful Sites of Parks Canada
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Make travel plans for the Atlantic Region of Canada. Whether you check out Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, or New Brunswick, you'll find a wide range of impressive and exciting outdoor recreation opportunities. The national parks found within Atlantic provinces yield full days of hikes, fishing, boating, skiing, and plenty of historical insights.
Nova Scotia is home to three national parks which see around 230,000 annual visitors. Cape Breton Highlands National Park offers spectacular cliff-side views, and is intersected by the Cabot Trail. Sable Island National Park Reserve is one of Canada's most remote offshore islands.
In New Brunswick, you'll have a chance to see Fundy National Park with its high tides, and Kouchibouguac National Park – explore a landscape blending scenic salt marshes and lush forests. Price Edward Island National Park is the lone park found within PEI – venture through the sandy beaches and coastal terrain.