Parks & Special Places
Explore our Parks &Special Places
About Our Parks
Find out more information about our parks, campgrounds, heritage rivers and trails in each of these categories. We’ve got everything you need to know to plan a trip to Nunavut’s Parks and Special Places!
Find out more about your selected park or special place.
Find out how to get to your selected community, park or special place.
Where To Stay
Find local hotels, bed and breakfasts and other places to overnight.
Check out the many local businesses that can help you explore the area.
Arts & Crafts
Learn about cultural sites, support local artisans and craftspeople.
Learn more about the community you’ll be visiting.
Nunavut’s territorial parks, heritage rivers and special places offer numerous opportunities to explore, learn, be inspired, or simply to lay back and enjoy yourself. From feeling the sharp bite of ice on your face kicked up by enthusiastic sled dogs on the way to Qaummaarviit in the spring; watching in awe as the aurora borealis dances overhead in Ovayok where the sun disappears for days; following caribou and wolf tracks through the lush green valley of the Soper Heritage River; to tracing the route of Hearne, Back and Franklin on the Coppermine River to Kugluk/Bloody Falls Territorial Park. Get information here on each of our parks, and how to experience them your way.
Nunavut Parks System Map Not for navigational purposes. Data Sources: Natural Resources Canada, Government of Nunavut, Natural Earth Data. Scale: 1:13,000,000. Project: Lambert Conformal Conic. Date: December 2016 Click here to discover our Parks & Special Places
Territorial Parks, Heritage Rivers & Special Places
Iqalugaarjuup Nunanga Territorial Park
Pisuktinu Tunngavik Territorial Park
Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park