The Tuktut - Nogait National Park (English Tuktut Nogait National Park of Canada, French Parc national du Canada Tuktut Nogait ) is a national park in the northeast of the Northwest Territories in Canada. The park is 16,340 km ² and is located 170 km north of the Arctic Circle. The park was established in 1996 and is the largest of the national parks in the Northwest Territories.

Tuktut Nogait means young caribou in Inuvialuktun. The park is home to caribou, muskoxen, grizzly bears, wolves, and arctic char. The Inuit have been advocating for a long time already for the preservation and expansion of the National Park.

Because of its remote location, few tourists come to the park.