Hakusan National Park is a national park in the Chūbu region of Honshū, Japan. Established in 1962, it spans the borders of Fukui, Gifu, Ishikawa, and Toyama Prefectures. Its main geographical feature is Mount Haku. In 1980 an area of 480 km² corresponding to the National Park was designated a UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Reserve.
The vegetation of the park ranges from warm temperate to alpine zones. The base of the mountains is covered by coniferous forests, dominated by firs (Abies mariesii), pines (Pinus aristata) and Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) Deciduous forests and woodlands, dominated by Mongolian oak and Japanese beech (Fagus crenata) are also present. At higher elevations there are also open landscapes. Hakusan is home to the golden eagle, the mountain hawk-eagle and several larger mammal species typical for the japanese Islands, like Japanese macaque, Asiatic black bear, Japanese serow and Sika deer.