Junkerdal National Park is a national park that lies in the municipalities of Saltdal and Fauske in Nordland county, Norway, along the border with Sweden. The 682-square-kilometre (263 sq mi) park was opened in 2004. The park borders the Junkerdalsura nature reserve.
There are wolverines, lynx, and brown bears that live in the park. Moose and reindeer are both common in the area. A wide variety of rare and threatened wetland birds also nest inside the national park, among them include the gerfalcon, golden eagle, red-throated loon, arctic loon, and long-tailed duck.