Canada is the second largest country in the world, and we have a seemingly infinite number of green spaces and forests to explore. When your next RV trip takes you through Ontario, stop by the gem that is Pukaskwa National Park.
This cultural and natural wonderland combines an authentic boreal wilderness with Anishinaabe culture–and we think it could become your new favourite Canadian park.
Here are a few exciting things to do when RVing at Pukaskwa:
This activity gets more popular year after year. All you need is a GPS and a sense of adventure. This park has 6 official geocaches and is part of the Heritage Hide’n’Seek GeoTour in Northern Ontario. The GeoTour has over two dozen geocaches in the region. Collect at least 10 to get a special commemorative coin!
Hike to the White River Suspension Bridge:
This challenging 18km day hike takes you through different ecoregions until you reach the 23 metre long suspension bridge that sways over Chigamiwinigum Falls. Don’t forget to sign the logbook at the top!
Capture the red chair experience:
This project started in 2014 in select Canadian national parks and historic sites. You can find huge red chairs in scenic locations across the country, including Pukaskwa National Park.
Here’s the list of all red chair locations. Be sure to share your pics with the hashtag #ShareTheChair (and #NeverIdle).
There’s so much fun and adventure to be had in this amazing national park. Before you go, check out the Pukaskwa National Park website for current operating conditions and to book an RV campground at the nearby Hattie Cove campground.
And don’t forget to rent your perfect RV from Outdoorsy for the trip!
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