Canada's Largest National Park

Updated: Aug 18, 2021

“Alberta's Wood Buffalo National Park was designated in 1983 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for the Peace-Athabasca Delta, it's biological diversity and for its roaming population of wild bison. The park is vast. One of the largest protected spaces in the world. It's the most ecologically complete and largest example of the Great Plains-Boreal grassland ecosystem in the whole of North America.”

Wood Buffalo is Canada's largest national park. An outstanding wilderness territory to explore. A region to go completely off the charts and go wild. Backcountry camping is allowed anywhere in the park when of course respecting the park's "noble visitors" policies. This massive park, one of the World's largest, covers more territory than Switzerland. Wood Buffalo's largest body of water is Lake Claire, which is the largest lake 'entirely within Alberta' at 1,436 sq km. Learn more: https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/nt/woodbuffalo

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