About Jasper

Jasper National Park is one of Canada’s oldest and largest national parks. Established in 1907, Jasper was once seen as an island of civilization in a vast wilderness. In more recent times, it has become a haven for those seeking a respite from urban life and a place to reconnect with nature.

As one of 42 national parks, 4 national marine parks/reserves and 167 national historic sites protected and managed by Parks Canada, Jasper is the gentle giant of the Rockies, offering visitors a more laid-back mountain experience - with equal options for adventure, discovery and relaxation.

Jasper National Park is home to many large mammals, including grizzly bears and the rare woodland caribou - a species at risk and symbol of Canadian wilderness. 

It takes strong relationships with visitors, residents and Aboriginal groups to ensure that the park’s natural landscapes, and the wildlife these support, remain unspoiled and available for the enjoyment of all visitors, for all time.

Jasper Home Accommodation Association
P.O. Box 758, Jasper, Alberta Canada T0E 1E0
Email: [email protected]