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Planning Your National Park Lodging in Canada

A family vacation in Canada promises fun and adventure if you explore the country’s breathtaking national parks. Staying in a national park lodging will enable you to explore the gorgeous scenery and wildlife at your own pace. Whether you're looking for kid-friendly national parks or those famous for their spectacular beauty, Canada isn’t going to disappoint you.

Parks in Canada: Top Accommodation

Resort Lac-Delage
Sept 1 - Sept 8
$170 per night
Resort ∙ 127 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Resort with Terrace, Pool & Sauna

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Lac-Delage, Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Canada
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Cottage Chester
May 11 - May 18
$245 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cottage with Patio & Barbecue | Suitable for Remote Work

Outstanding (7 ratings)
Chester, Lunenburg County, Canada
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Resort Pickering
Aug 17 - Aug 24
$172 per night
Resort ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Resort with Jacuzzi, Pool & Sauna

Very good
Pickering, Durham Regional Municipality, Canada
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Canada’s Best National Parks for Families

Canada’s Best National Parks for Families

Here are five of Canada’s best national parks that kids will absolutely love.

  • 1. Banff National Park

    The park is home to majestic mountains and the picturesque lakes Louise, Banff, and Peyto. Your kids can go whitewater rafting on the Kicking Horse River or enjoy a cruise on the serene Lake Minnewanka.

  • 2. Jasper National Park

    It is the Canadian Rockies’ largest national park. The glaciers, hot springs, lakes, waterfalls, and mountains in this UNESCO World Heritage site are easy to access, which is an advantage if you have kids.

  • 3. Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

    Located in British Columbia, the park boasts both temperate rainforest trails and beautiful beaches, which your children will love. The place has three distinct parts, namely Long Beach, West Coast Trail, and Broken Group of Island.

  • 4. Nahanni National Park Reserve

    This park lies along the South Nahanni River, which is home to the magical Virginia Falls. Book a helicopter ride over the park or explore the kid-friendly hiking trails to see amazing vistas and deep gorges.

  • 5. Prince Edward Island National Park

    You can choose from several trails, as per your family’s comfort, for an adventurous hike, and appreciate the red sandstone cliffs, crashing waves, and sandy beaches on the way. Rest at one of the many picnic spots here, as you watch hundreds of cliff-dwelling birds nesting.

Best Places to Stay for Parks in Canada

Cabin Huntsville
Sept 7 - Sept 14
$286 per night
Cabin ∙ 6 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Cabin with Patio, Garden & Grill

Outstanding (3 ratings)
Huntsville, Muskoka District Municipality, Ontario
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Cottage Woodville
Dec 7 - Dec 14
$215 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Cottage with Terrace, Yard & BBQ | Lake View

Outstanding (41 ratings)
Woodville, Kawartha Lakes, Ontario
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Cottage Tiny
Dec 7 - Dec 14
$460 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Family-Friendly Beautiful Cottage for Relaxing Getaway with Patio, Yard & BBQ | Lake View | Pets Allowed

Outstanding (1 rating)
Tiny, Simcoe County, Ontario
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Best Canadian National Parks for Hiking

Best Canadian National Parks for Hiking

The country is a treasure trove of hiker-friendly national parks.

  • 1. Killarney Provincial Park

    It has different trails for hikers of all experience levels. Reserve a cabin near Lake George and go boating to enjoy some lovely views of nature.

  • 2. Algonquin Provincial Park

    Located in Southeastern Ontario, this park has two famous hiking trails, Whiskey Rapids along the Oxtongue River and Barron Canyon Trail.

  • 3. Point Pelee National Park

    The small but impressive place is home to diverse species of trees and birds, which you can discover with a hike along Lake Erie.

  • 4. La Mauricie National Park

    The park’s Solitaire Lake Trail and Lac Gabet Trail are popular with hikers. Take the Les Cascades trail to go near a wonderful waterfall.

  • 5. Cape Breton National Highlands Park

    Hike the park’s Cabot Trail to get panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean. The area abounds with wildlife and boasts artifacts dating back to the last ice age.

Recommended Accommodations for Canada Parks

Cabin Port Renfrew
Oct 16 - Oct 23
$190 per night
Cabin ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cabin with Grill & Terrace

Outstanding (2 ratings)
Port Renfrew, Capital, British Columbia
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Cottage Cultus Lake
Sept 1 - Sept 8
$397 per night
Cottage ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Cottage with BBQ & Patio | Lake View

Outstanding (168 ratings)
Cultus Lake, Fraser Valley, British Columbia
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Cabin Anglemont
Sept 17 - Sept 24
$334 per night
Cabin ∙ 11 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Children-Friendly Cabin with Patio & Barbecue | Mountain View

Excellent (21 ratings)
Anglemont, Columbia-Shuswap F, British Columbia
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Information about National Park Lodging

🏡 Cottages available 17,868 rentals
🌙 Nightly prices starting at $84
⭐ Popular amenities Yard, Dishwasher and Parking
🐾 Pet friendly homes 5,661 homes
🏊 Vacation rentals with pools 3,375 homes

Frequently Asked Questions

How much do vacation rental cost per night for National Park Lodging?

On average, vacation rental prices in Canada are between $302 to $597 per night.

Is it easy to find family or group accommodations for a National Park Lodging?

When travelling in Canada with friends and family, consider that vacation rentals can fit an average of 7 people and are ideal for large groups.

What are the most popular accommodations for National Park Lodging?

Cottage and Chalet are the most often booked for National Park Lodging.

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