What is included in an oTENTik? / What should I bring to an oTENTik?
oTENTiks come with a variety of features that are listed on each park’s oTENTik information page, linked from the main Parks Canada oTENTik page. You will also find a What should you bring section on this site. But if you need a detailed packing list, check out our printable Ultimate Camping Checklist!
Do oTENTiks have bathrooms?
No. Public washrooms, many with flush toilets and even showers, are available at Parks Canada oTENTik sites.
How much is oTENTik?
oTENTiks are currently listed at $128 per night.
Are oTENTiks heated?
Yes, most, but not all, oTENTiks are heated with either propane, electric, or wood stove heating. Check out the park-specific oTENTik information for the park you are staying at for detailed information.
Are pets allowed in oTENTiks?
Yes, some oTENTik sites are pet friendly. Book early as there are limited sites available.
How do I reserve an oTENTik?
Visit Parks Canada’s reservation site for more information and to book your oTENTik stay.
Are you allowed to have a campfire at our oTENTik?
Yes, subject to any local or provincial forest fire regulations. Campfire pits are provided at most oTENTik sites. Firewood is often available for sale at Parks Canada parks, or you can buy and burn local firewood. Help keep our parks beautiful and healthy by not burning deadfall or surrounding trees or brush.
What National Parks have oTENTiks?
There are over 400 oTENTik sites in 30 locations spread over 10 provinces and one territory. So rather than trying to answer this question directly, please visit the Parks Canada oTENTik information page and scroll down to the oTENTik Locations section for details! Looking for a local Vancouver area option? There are oTENTiks available at Fort Langley National Historic Site!