Preserving Nature, Inspiring Adventure

Experience the untamed beauty of North America's wilderness. Our park offers breathtaking landscapes, diverse wildlife, and endless adventures for nature enthusiasts of all ages.

Individual adults.
All accessible land sites.

Jan - Feb - Mar - Nov - Dec

$ 7.00

April - May - Oct

$ 20.00

June - July - Aug - Sept

$ 40.00

Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.

Jan - Feb - Mar - Oct - Nov - Dec

8:00 – 20:00

April - May - June - July - Aug - Sept

6:00 – 23:00

Napar is your base of adventure this summer.

Summer Experiences

Yorion Canyon

Explore stunning landscapes with turquoise lakes, snow-capped mountains, and abundant wildlife.

Backpacking in the Rockies

Traverse the rugged trails of the Rocky Mountains, with stunning vistas and diverse wildlife.

Whale Watching in Juneau

Embark on a boat tour to spot humpback whales, orcas, and other marine life.

Biking the Cape Trail

Enjoy a scenic ride through charming coastal towns and along sandy beaches.

Exploring the Badlands

Walk through dramatic landscapes with striking rock formations and unique flora.

Wintertime offers endless adventures for all levels.

Winter Experiences

Northern Lights Viewing

Known for its clear skies and stunning aurora displays.

Ice Fishing

Try your hand at catching fish through the ice on one of the largest inland lakes in the USA.

Winter Hiking

Enjoy the snow-covered trails and picturesque scenery.

Cross-Country Skiing

Offers extensive trails for both classic and skate skiing.

Exploring the Badlands

Ski across groomed trails with stunning mountain views.

Visiting Napar Park

The region has a strong identity, shaped by a flourishing alpine economy, landscapes of outstanding beauty.

Explore activities and attractions in Banff National Park.

Natural hazards are a part of the park experience. Learn how to avoid them.

How to get here, local attractions, and facilities and services.

Since 1864

Napar National Park

In the decades that followed, Napar National Park continued to evolve, balancing the growing demand for recreational activities with the need for conservation.

The park introduced various educational programs and interpretive centers to educate visitors about the importance of preserving natural habitats and the history of the region.

Today, Napar National Park stands as a symbol of successful conservation efforts, offering visitors a chance to experience the breathtaking beauty and tranquility of one of North America’s most treasured natural sanctuaries.

Years in Operation
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