Jasper National Park
This park is Canada’s farthest north and largest park and is 1 of 4 National Parks that comprise the Rocky Mountain World Heritage Site. It shares a long rich cultural and natural history, hundreds of miles of trails, breathtaking scenery, and due to the diverse geology, geography, elevation and climate of the park it supports an amazing variety of species. There is also an abundance of recreational and educational activities available. Dogs are allowed throughout the park, on the tram, and in the camp areas for no additional fee. Especially worthy of visiting is the Athabasca Glacier where leashed dogs may walk the short distance to the glacier from the parking area or on the longer trails. As dogs are not allowed on some of the trails, stop by the Visitor Center for a map of dog trails. Dogs may not be left unattended outside at any time, and their food must be brought in at night. Dogs must be under their owner’s control, leashed, and cleaned up after at all times. There are 10 campgrounds with a total of 1,772 sites that may have all or some of the following: picnic tables with benches, fire pits, flush or dry toilets, showers, washrooms with hot and cold running water, ADA access, interpretive programs, access to nearby hiking paths, and/or dump stations. Most campsites are available on a 1st come 1st serve basis,,, reservations can be made for Pocahontas, Whistlers, Wabasso, and Wapiti campgrounds on line at http://www.pccamping.ca or by phone. Wapiti is also the only winter campground. The camping and tent areas also allow dogs. There is a dog walk area at the campground. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.
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