The true beauty of Canada can be found in our countless parks, which range from quaint to gigantic. Discover our 50 favourites, from coast to coast to coast.
By Elianna Lev, readersdigest.ca
Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario
This park is divided into two parts: an inviting and easy front country, for casual campers, and an isolated backcountry for more experienced adventurers. The Pukaskwa Pits are thousand-year-old pits dug into cobblestone beaches.