Yoho National Park
Explore. Learn. Connect. Park interpreters are here to share fun experiences with visitors in the park. Join us for an evening program or outdoor activity during your visit to the park! Programs are available to everyone, and you don't need to be staying in a campground to join in the fun.
Programs and services are limited this season; additional restrictions may apply. Please check the Yoho National Park information portal dedicated to COVID-19 for regular updates.
Evening programs 2024
We are excited to announce a full lineup of campground shows, roving educators and activities will return for the summer of 2024. Programs are currently in development so check back in spring for more details and scheduling. Our next campground evening shows will begin July 1, 2024!
Here is a sneak peek at some of the programs we will offer next summer:
- Fire! Stop, drop, and learn about the role fire plays in our landscape. Discover how Parks Canada uses fire to help species thrive in our parks.
- Aquatic Invasive Species Clean, Drain, Dry, Certify! Our waterways are in danger and they need your help. Learn about the invasive species that are threatening our native fish populations.
- Species at Risk Parks Canada needs your help! These wildlife, plants and trees are at risk of local extinction. Learn about the species that are especially vulnerable to changes in the mountains and what you can do to help.
- Burgess Shale Journey into the past to uncover fossils older than dinosaurs! Discover the creatures that lived here more than 500 million years ago and hold history in your hands.
- Human Wildlife Coexistance Woah Bear! Viewing wildlife in their natural environment is one of the most exciting aspects of visiting the mountain national parks. Keeping your distance from wildlife can ensure the safety of both you and the wildlife.
- And so much more!
Living with Wildlife Interpreters
Keep your eyes peeled for Living with Wildlife Interpreters.
These specialized interpreters are here to help you have safe experiences in our parks. Discover more about backcountry safety, human-wildlife coexistence, aquatic invasive species and more. Living with Wildlife Interpreters can be found at busy trail heads, day use areas and on the road, patrolling for wildlife jams.
Explore on your own
Thank you to everyone who participated in our self-guided geocaching program in 2021.
Join us again in 2022 to discover more about Parks Canada places!
Are you aged 6-11? Do you like to hike or bike, complete a quiz or crossword puzzle, or use your GPS to find a mystery location?
Then the Xplorers program is just the right adventure for you!
Xplorer kids and their families discover cool facts about Yoho National Park by completing activities from the Xplorers Booklet while visiting Yoho.
There are 14 pages with activities in the booklet and you need to complete at least 6 of them to receive a souvenir.
Where do you get information and pick up your Xplorers Booklet?
Visit one of the following locations or speak to a park interpreter to pick up an Xplorers booklet and learn about other activities and programs for kids in Yoho National Park.
- Yoho Visitor Centre, Field, B.C.
- Lake Louise Visitor Centre, 201 Village Road, Lake Louise
- Parks Canada Campground Kiosks
What happens after you’ve completed 6 activities in your Xplorers Booklet?
Head to one of the following locations to receive an Xplorers certificate and souvenir. You can choose to participate in an informal Xplorers ceremony acknowledging your achievements.
- Yoho Visitor Centre, Field, B.C.
- Lake Louise Visitor Centre, 201 Village Road
- Parks Canada Interpretive Programs (summer only)
Can you participate in the Xplorers Club Program if you're not visiting Yoho National Park?
There are also Xplorers booklets for: Kootenay National Park, Banff National Park, the Icefields Parkway, and the Cave and Basin National Historic Site. Do them all!
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