Gatineau Park

Category: Campgrounds
Types: The Great Outdoors, Beaches, Conservation Areas, Walking & Hiking Trails, Picnic & Activity Parks, Cross-Country Skiing, Bicycle Tours and Rentals, Parks
Region: Ottawa Region
Address: Visitor Centre - 33 Scott Rd, Gatineau
Phone: (819) 827-2020
Gatineau Park

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Gatineau Park forms a 356-square-kilometre triangle of wilderness across the Canadian Shield between the Gatineau and Ottawa rivers. It shelters some 60 different species of trees, countless crystalline lakes and varied wildlife - including white-tailed deer, black bears, wolves and beavers. Managed by the National Capital Commission (NCC), Gatineau Park is a superb nature reserve just 15 minutes from Parliament Hill. It serves as a reminder that environmental protection is a cherished Canadian value, and its objective is to ensure the permanent preservation of a vast natural territory for the enjoyment of all Canadians. Drive along the scenic parkways and enjoy the view from one of the many lookouts. Spend the weekend at one of the campsites. Swim and picnic at the lakeshores. Learn about the forest from trained interpreters. Enjoy the recreational trails.

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