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Above: Cape Breton Highlands National Park (Photo: Ashley Macdonald)

Green Point Campground at Pacific Rim National Park, British Columbia

From multi-day backcountry hiking to drive-up campsites, this sprawling camping area has something for all types of adventurers. Whatever you choose, expect tranquil West Coast beaches and stunning island views.

Hwy. 4, Ucluelet, 877-737-3783,

Point Backcountry Campground at Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta

This lakeside local favourite offers all the draws of Banff and Jasper, without the crowds. Nestled into Kananaskis Lakes Trail, this campground has multiple sites scattered throughout the forest, complemented by lake and mountain views.

Division No. 15, Kananaskis, 403-678-0760,

Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario

From backpacking trails and paddle-in campsites to yurts and traditional tent sites, Algonquin Park is bursting with options. Stay busy with the park’s family-friendly activities, including walking, swimming and wildlife sightings (the area is home to over 140 species of breeding birds and over 80 species of mammals and reptiles).

Hwy. 60, 705-633-5572,

Point Wolfe Campground at Fundy National Park, New Brunswick

The Bay of Fundy is home to the world’s highest tides, and Fundy National Park makes for a great place to cool down during hot summer days. This coastal oasis boasts a handful of hiking trails, over 25 waterfalls and endless amounts of fresh seafood (most of which is sold directly from local fishermen).

Alma, 877-737-3783,

Corney Brook Campground in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean from the heart of the Cape Breton Highlands, Corney Brook Campground welcomes visitors with tents and pop-up campers – no RVs or motorized campers allowed here. Light a fire and bask in the site’s intimate and relaxing coastal vibe.

Chéticamp, 902-224-2306,