National park pass

The national park pass provides unlimited admission into parks across Canada

If you’re the type to frequent Canada's national parks then a park pass is gonna be a good option for you and your inner adventure junkie. 

A Discovery Pass provides you with unlimited admission to over 80 national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites across the country. 

This includes Banff, Gros Morne, Yoho, Cape Breton Highlands, Jasper, and Bruce Peninsula, as well as lots of others. 

Either pay $140 for the family and group rate or $70 for one adult admission. It'll quickly pay for itself when compared to the daily admission fees you'd be paying otherwise.

You can either order online and have your pass delivered or purchase one at a Parks Canada location to avoid shipping costs and waiting on the delivery. 

The pass is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase, giving you a full year of outdoor adventure and excitement at your favourite locations.

The pass includes all the privileges and services that normally come with a daily admission pass or permit. 

Backcountry overnight use, guided tours or parking that normally carry a separate fee are excluded. 

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Dan Sedran


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