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Fee adjustments at Parks Canada

Parks Canada adjusts fees every two years based on changes in the Consumer Price Index. The next fee adjustment will be January 1, 2024. For a commercial fee list, contact Parks Canada’s travel trade team at tourisme-tourism@pc.gc.ca.

Coronavirus and your clients’ visits to Parks Canada

Parks Canada is following the guidance of provincial, territorial, and municipal health authorities, while offering Canadians access to the health and wellness benefits that come from being in natural spaces. Your clients are expected to follow guidance for health and safety measures such as wearing masks, proof of vaccination, physical distancing, capacity limits, and allowable gathering numbers.

Before travelling to a Parks Canada administered place, visitors should confirm if proof of vaccination is required for the activities they want to do. Please visit our website for the place you/your clients will be visiting to confirm proof of vaccination requirements.

Most campgrounds and most roofed accommodations such as oTENTiks or yurts will be open. Please check travel restrictions or requirements before you reserve. International visitors must follow the restrictions that apply to them.

Guided Conservation Hikes at Banff and Yoho National Parks

From lakeside views to mountain vistas, Parks Canada guided conservation hikes show how species and their habitats are connected. Get an insider’s look at the cutting-edge work being done by Parks Canada conservation experts to protect species at risk and restore balance in critical habitats in the mountain national parks.

More information on the guided conservation hikes.

Net rates for Parks Canada Discovery Passes

Parks Canada is pleased to offer a service by which travel trade can purchase Adult, Senior and Family/Group Discovery Passes for your FIT clients at net rates with no minimum order required. Place your order today!

Free admission for youth 17 and under

Admission to all national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas operated by Parks Canada will be provided free of charge for visitors 17 and under. A pass is not required to take advantage of free admission for youth.

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