Across our great Canadian landscape, you will find a total of 40 national parks. That's a whole lot of nature.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Stay In One Of These Enchanting Nature Cabins At Any Provincial Park Across Quebec\nFrom the dry grasslands of Alberta to the tundra of Northern Quebec, Canada boasts a very wide range of outdoor and nature experiences in our beautiful country. We really have it all.\nThe question for nature-lovers, though, is where to start?\nHere is a list of the key national parks that are considered the prized possession of Canada. People flock from all over the globe to visit the stunning and enchanting power of mother nature at work in our landscapes.\n1. Newfoundland & Labrador // Gros Morne National Park\n@lizmayberrembedded via\nView this post on Instagram Situated on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland, the park provides a rare example of the process of continental drift, where deep ocean crust and the rocks of the earth's mantle lie exposed. More recent glacial action has resulted in some spectacular scenery, with coastal lowland, alpine plateau, fjords, glacial valleys, sheer cliffs, waterfalls and many pristine lakes. cc: @taylormichaelburk A post shared by R U C K S A C K (@rucksackcom) on May 15, 2018 at 6:50am PDT\nMore info\n2. PEI // Prince Edward Island National Park\nView this post on Instagram Admirez les falaises de grès rouge, les plages 🏖️ sablonneuses et les dunes de sable qui s'étendent sur le littoral du parc national de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard. Le meilleur du Canada atlantique réuni en un seul endroit. 📷 : @clo222 . . . . . @tourismpei #ExploreIPE #ileduprinceedouard #IPE #anneofgreengables #ParcsCanada #ExploreCanada #canada #canadaswonderland #igerscanada #ohcanada #canadaday #ig_canada #oh_canada #igcanada #snapshot_canada #tourcanada #enjoycanada #travel #instatravel #traveling #travelgram #igtravel A post shared by Parcs Canada (@parcs.canada) on May 19, 2018 at 8:30am PDT\nView this post on Instagram “there is plenty of fish in the sea” so I keep going to the beach waiting for mine. like a knight in shining beach shorts. . . . #instagood #photooftheday #photo #ocean #pei #womenwhowander #tourism #charlottetown #canon #peiphotographer #outthere #islandlife #selfcare #spring #outthere #hiking #liveauthentic #photography #soloverly #staysoft #canadian #justgoshoot #neverstopexploring #imagesofcanada #canadacreative #littlethings #pocket_canada #discovercharlottetown #sheisnotlost #instagood @tourismpei #thatsdarling @cbcpei @explorecanada @welcomepei A post shared by Anita Marie Photography (@anitamariephotographypei) on May 23, 2018 at 6:21pm PDT\nMore info\n3. Nova Scotia // Cape Breton Highlands National Park\n@toomanymapsembedded via\nView this post on Instagram #sunset #sofuckingcold #greatsight #vitaminsea #uponthemountain #loveit #roadtrip #novascotia A post shared by Ximena Vargas (@xvsturgeon) on May 19, 2018 at 6:14pm PDT\nMore info\n4. New Brunswick // Fundy National Park\nView this post on Instagram ... if you're too small for this big world 🖤 #hopewellrocks #fundybay #alma #canadianlove A post shared by Anja Wae (@anja_wae) on May 25, 2018 at 4:04am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Chasing waterfalls 💦 @four.legged.clover #fundynationalpark #thirdvaultfalls #explorewithdogs #hikingadventures A post shared by Mayannda Webber (@mayannda) on May 25, 2018 at 8:17am PDT\nMore info\n5. Ontario // Bruce Peninsula National Park\nView this post on Instagram I could sit here and stare forever A post shared by s t e f (@stefasseiro) on May 24, 2018 at 7:06am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Trying to find some new ideas at Bruce peninsula national Park. I've been so many times now that the real challenge is finding a view I haven't seen and is still worth sharing. Not too hard in a park like this to be fair! This was from early spring, (hence the snow), I don't think it's winter up there any more! A post shared by Andrew Morse (@andrew.p.morse) on May 23, 2018 at 1:39pm PDT\nMore info\n6. Quebec // La Mauricie National Park\firstname.lastname@example.org via\nView this post on Instagram My lense and my tshirt got pretty wet yesterday. Worth it! 🙌🏼 - #quebec_travelers #tourismequebec A post shared by Vincent Laneuville (@vincentlaneuville) on May 22, 2018 at 8:11am PDT\nMore info\n7. Manitoba // Wapusk National Park\nView this post on Instagram Today’s featured Canadian location is Wapusk National Park, Manitoba. Wapusk National Park protects one of the largest known polar bear maternity denning areas in the world. Located within the range of the Western Hudson’s Bay population of polar bears, there are over 900 bears in the park! Nature lovers can also watch arctic foxes, arctic hares, wolves, caribou, wolverines as well as more than 200 bird species. Fun fact, in the Cree language, “Wapusk” means “white bear”. 📷: @francoisegervaisphotography #FlyOverCanada #MyCanada #PursuitLife #WapuskNationalPark A post shared by FlyOver Canada (@flyovercanada) on Jan 17, 2018 at 10:13am PST\nView this post on Instagram the end of August used to only remind me of feelings of extreme hurt and sadness.. but now during this time I also have memories of being able to go to Churchill, where I had only ever dreamed of before.. I will forever be so thankful and grateful for this experience and the people I shared it with 🙏🏻 - some photos by: @alannacanada @katarinadjordjevic @wildchild003 💞 A post shared by — (@rozlinraine) on Aug 25, 2017 at 5:35pm PDT\nMore info\n8. British Columbia // Pacific Rim National Park Reserve\nView this post on Instagram Tofino Escape - - - #tofino #yourtofino #beautifulbritishcolumbia #britishcolumbia #canada #ocean #océan #sunset #sunsets_oftheworld #pacificbeach #pacificwonderland #nationalpark #naturephotography #vancouverisland #amazingvancouverisland #roady #roadtrip #hellobc #exporebc A post shared by Victoria Benny (@victoriabenny_) on May 16, 2018 at 7:57am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Can I live here? #beachlife #explorebc #travelbc #tofino A post shared by Marlee Fitzpatrick (@marmarfitz) on May 15, 2018 at 4:20pm PDT\nMore info\n9. Nunavut // Auyuittuq National Park\nView this post on Instagram Baffin Island, Northern Canada. The crew is walking on a frozen river, approx 5ft thick. The highest vertical cliff face in the world is in the distance, Mt Thor. A post shared by COLAB CREATIVE (@colabcreative) on May 25, 2018 at 1:09am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Hey! Cool news everybody! I partnered with Microsoft to bring super high quality 4K wallpapers to Windows 10 PCs from my recent Baffin Adventure. You can find them as an official Windows 10 Desktop Theme. If you have a Windows 10 PC you can download them for free! Link in bio ❤️ A post shared by Will Christiansen (@sky_folk) on Oct 6, 2017 at 11:55am PDT\nMore info\n10. Saskatchewan // Grasslands National Park\email@example.com via\nView this post on Instagram In the badlands of Grasslands National Park East Block #hiking #hikingadventures #camping #backcountry #trekking #travelling #saskatchewan #canada #parkscanada #grasslandsnationalpark #badlands #valleyof1000devils #killdeerbadlands #eastblock #prairie A post shared by Reinhard (@reinig8) on May 16, 2018 at 7:35pm PDT\nMore info\n11. Northwest Territories // Wood Buffalo National Park\nView this post on Instagram Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada Wood Buffalo National Park, located in northeastern Alberta and southern Northwest Territories, is the largest national park in Canada at 44,807 km2 (17,300 sq mi). The park was established in 1922 to protect the world's largest herd of free roaming wood bison, currently estimated at more than 5,000. It is one of two known nesting sites of whooping cranes. The park ranges in elevation from 183 m (600 ft) at the Little Buffalo River to 945 m (3,100 ft) in the Caribou Mountains. The park headquarters is located in Fort Smith, with a smaller satellite office in Fort Chipewyan, Alberta. The park contains one of the world's largest fresh water deltas, the Peace-Athabasca Delta, formed by the Peace, Athabasca and Birch Rivers. It is also known for its karst sinkholes in the north-eastern section of the park. Alberta's largest springs (by volume, with an estimated discharge rate of eight cubic meters per second), Neon Lake Springs, are located in the Jackfish River drainage. Wood Buffalo is located directly north of the Athabasca Oil Sands. This area was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 for the biological diversity of the Peace-Athabasca Delta, one of the world's largest freshwater deltas, as well as the population of wild bison. #ompl #planet #travel #world #beauty #places #WoodBuffaloNationalPark #canada #alberta #bisons #cranes #buffaloriver #unesco A post shared by Stefania Graceffa Kit (@our_marvelous_planet) on Sep 12, 2017 at 4:38am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Enjoying the last bit of light. #woodbuffalonationalpark #explorealberta #humanpoweredadventures @travelalberta @explorecanada @tourcanada @westcomb A post shared by Darren Ross Photography (@darren_ross_) on May 15, 2017 at 8:42pm PDT\nMore info\n12. Alberta // Banff and Jasper National Parks\n@jonathansemrokembedded via\nView this post on Instagram Double Tap if You Are Impressed! 🔥 @tiffpenguin "Here’s to the places that never seem to get old 🏔 | @Amazon’s 12 Days of Deals is here! Skip the lines and shop for your favorite items from the convenience of your own home. Check out the link in my bio for more. " _____________________ A post shared by Genevieve Brindley (@genevieve_brindley_228) on May 25, 2018 at 8:45am PDT\nMore info\n13. Yukon // Vuntut National Park\nView this post on Instagram Happy #FindARainbowDay! Follow the rainbow and you might find yourself in Vuntut National Park, a truly magical park in northern #Yukon. It is the setting for one of the planet’s great animal migrations, as the porcupine caribou herd treks through Vuntut National Park and into Ivvavik National Park, all the way to Alaska. At this time of the year, they're just about to start their journey! #Vuntut #Ivvavik #VuntutNP #IvvavikNP #Yukon #ExploreYukon #Alaska #Migration #Travel #Travels #Wanderlust #Animals #Nature #Explore #Caribou #Herd #Trek #Trekking #Hike #Hiking #Canada #ExploreCanada #Canada150 #ParksCanada #Rainbow A post shared by Parks Canada (@parks.canada) on Apr 3, 2017 at 2:03pm PDT\n@eatprimaembedded via\nMore info\nDon't forget to check out a list of National Parks that will be totally FREE this summer! Click HERE.