Provincial Park

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As provincial parks ( english Provincial park , French Parc provincial ), partly Territorial Park ( Territorial park , Parc territorial ) or National Park (Québec, Parc national , national park ) are Canadian natural parks designated by the respective provinces and territories are managed. The French-speaking province of Québec calls the protected areas of the provincial administration, which correspond to a provincial park, Parc national . To distinguish them from the federal government's national parks within Québec, they are referred to as Parc national du Canada .

Their operation is very similar to that of Canadian national parks . Frequently, visitors are offered numerous services, such as the rental of bicycles , canoes or kayaks , as well as tent sites and monitored beaches.

The following list of the provinces and territories of Canada links to the corresponding lists of the provincial or territorial parks or Parcs nationaux :