CampingMount Carleton Provincial Park has five campgrounds. Armstrong Brook Campground is the largest. This area consists of three loops. Read More...
Walking TrailsHiking is the best way to get to know the Mount Carleton wilderness. There are 9 trails to choose from, covering 62 kilometers (39 miles). Read More...
MammalsThe most common mammals observed in the park are the varying hare, red squirrel, chipmunk, white-tailed deer, red fox, and moose. In total, there are approximately 30 species of mammals present within the park boundaries. Read More...
Park SeasonsMount Carleton Provincial Park is a special place anytime of the year but the winter months are unique. Read More...
What is the greatest asset of Mount Carleton Park?
Contact the Environment Minister as soon as possible to ask for an EIA for two bridges
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