With stunning scenery and historical significance, these UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Canada offer great campgrounds in a spectacular setting.
Writing-on-Stone / Áísínai’pi (Alberta)
Pictographs and hoodoos are the main draw for Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, with guided walks and plenty of trails to explore. The campground is nestled in the shaded Milk River Valley, with both unserviced and powered options.
Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks (BC/Alberta)
A group made up of the national parks of Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho, as well as Mount Robson, Mount Assiniboine and Hamber provincial parks, there’s so much to explore in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Together designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites, there are plenty of campsites to enjoy.
Dinosaur Provincial Park (Alberta)
Dinosaur Provincial Park is located at the heart of Alberta’s badlands, and contains the greatest concentration of Late Cretaceous dinosaur fossils ever found. The campground offers over 120 RV-friendly sites, including unserviced, powered and pull-through options by the Red Deer River.
Gros Morne National Park (Newfoundland)
Gros Morne National Park’s remarkable geology earned it a spot on the World Heritage List, a significant illustration of the process of continental drift. 236 campsites at five Parks Canada campgrounds accommodate RVs.