Welcome to Parks Canada’s online Reservation Service for 40 national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas in Canada. Whether it be a fully-serviced campsite, roofed accommodation, an interpretive guided hike or a remote backcountry experience, visitors can plan their experience with confidence and travel at ease, with the peace of mind of a guaranteed place at their favourite location.
For the limited number of national parks that offer camping throughout the winter and in early spring, visitors can already make reservations for dates until the end of March 2022.
Reservations will open in January and February for visits between April 2022 and March 2023.
Please search below to see the specific reservation launch date and time for each location administered by Parks Canada. Please note that the dates provided here are subject to change.
Get familiar with Parks Canada’s camping offer and increase your odds of getting that dream campsite! These new camping and reservation tips are sure to help.
Note: Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, services available may be different than described on this reservation site. Visitors are responsible to visit our camping during COVID-19 page to be aware of what services will be available before making a reservation.
Visitors must follow all applicable national, provincial or territorial and local travel restrictions, including requirements for self-isolation. It is not possible to self-isolate at campgrounds administered by Parks Canada. Regular change and cancellation fees apply.
Reserve by phone
Call 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783)
Available from 8 am to 6 pm local park time (8:30 am to 6:30 pm in Newfoundland)
Outside of North America: 519-826-5391
For general information, please call the Parks Canada national information line at 1-888-773-8888

Regular change and cancellation fees apply.
Parks and sites are working collaboratively with Indigenous partners and communities to respect their concerns about COVID-19, and to ensure that we can safely provide services, including camping. This may impact the dates that reservations open.
Sites 1-34:
June 17 to September 5;
Sites 35-202 & oTENTiks:
May 20 to October 23
Sites 1-34:
June 17 to September 5;
Sites 35-202 & oTENTiks:
May 20 to October 23
Loops A, C & D:
June 7 to September 25
Loop B:
June 7 to September 5
Loop P:
June 8 to September 26
oTENTiks:
June 7 to September 25
Loop A, C & D:
June 7 to September 25
Loop B:
June 7 to September 5
Loop P:
June 8 to September 26
oTENTiks:
June 7 to September 25
Sites 1-41, 42-86, 100-139 & oTENTiks:
June 7 to September 5
Backcountry campsites:
May 20 to October 29

Backcountry cabins
Open Year Round
Poplars
April 30 to October 30

Birches
April 30 to October 30

Tamarack
April 30 to October 30
Sites 001 – 085:
May 6 to October 9;
Sites 101 – 172:
May 6 to September 18;
Sites 201 – 275:
May 6 to September 18;
Sites 301 – 359:
May 13 to September 4;
Sites 401 – 421:
May 13 to September 4;
Sites 501 – 577:
May 13 to September 4;
Sites 601 – 640:
Open Year Round;
oTENTiks
Open Year Round;
Yurt
Open Year Round;
MicrOcube
May 6 to October 9
Sites 001 – 085:
May 6 to October 9;
Sites 101 – 172:
May 6 to September 18;
Sites 201 – 275:
May 6 to September 18;
Sites 301 – 359:
May 13 to September 4;
Sites 401 – 421:
May 13 to September 4;
Sites 501 – 577:
May 13 to September 4;
Sites 601 – 640:
Open Year Round;
oTENTiks
Open Year Round;
Yurt
Open Year Round;
MicrOcube
May 6 to October 9
Tunnel Mountain Village 2
Open Year Round
oTENTiks
May 12 to October 9
Tunnel Mountain Village 2
Open Year Round
oTENTiks
May 12 to October 9
To Lake Louise lakeshore:
May 13 to October 10
To Moraine Lake:
May 13 to October 10
To Lake Louise lakeshore:
May 13 to October 10
To Moraine Lake:
May 13 to October 10
Redstreak
April 29 to October 9

oTENTiks
April 29 to October 9
The “Operating Season” refers to the nights that the campground or hike is open for use. Sometimes campgrounds or hikes operate for longer than the period for which they accept reservations. Any dates of the “Operating Season” outside of the “Reservable Period” are the dates that it operates on a first come, first served basis only.
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The “Reservable Period” refers to the nights for which you can make a reservation.
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The “Operating Season” refers to the days that the backcountry hike is available to begin this hike. This backcountry hike is open for longer than the period for which they accept reservations. Any dates of the “Operating Season” outside of the “Reservable Period” are the dates that the backcountry hike operates on a first come, first served basis only.
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The “Operating Season” and “Reservable Period” refers to the days that the guided hike is open for use.
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