Spring (May 5 – June 17, 2017)

  • facilities and services are limited
  • trails, canoe routes and day-use areas are open as snow and ice conditions permit
  • Mijinemungshing and Gargantua roads may open later than May 6, depending on snow conditions
  • campgrounds open May 19
  • Visitor Centre open May 19 (9am to 5 pm)

Summer (June 18 – September 4, 2017)

  • campgrounds, day-use areas and the backcountry are fully operational
  • all campgrounds and day-use areas have vault toilets
  • Visitor Centre now open until 8 pm
  • Interpretive programs and activities are provided throughout the park; check the Park Calendar for upcoming events and information

Fall (September 5 – October 22, 2017)

  • campground gatehouses are closed
  • park info, registration, canoe rentals, firewood and ice are available from the Park Office (8 am – 4:30 pm, Mon-Fri) and the Visitor Centre (9 am – 5 pm, daily)
  • Agawa Rock Pictographs closes September 18
  • Rabbit Blanket campground is open until Oct. 10; Agawa Bay campground is open until Oct. 10; Visitor Centre open until Oct. 8; backcountry camping and day-use are open until Oct. 22
  • There is a hunting season for moose, grouse and varying hare in a designated area of the park; click here for more information

Winter (October 23, 2017 – May 2018)

  • facilities and services are not provided
  • the Visitor Centre, campgrounds and park roads (i.e. Mijinemungshing and Gargantua) are closed and gated
  • visitors are welcome to ski, snowshoe and ice fish
  • snowmobiles are not permitted, except on the Frater Road to access areas east of the park
  • special park rules and regulations are still in effect (i.e. banning live bait-fish and cans and bottles in the backcountry); click here for more info