How much does a Canada parks pass cost?

How much does a Canada parks pass cost?

* The entrance fee to a Parks Canada national park is around CAD$10 per person. An annual pass for 2 (or more) adults will therefore pay for itself in as little as 7 days (even without spending the night in the park). * Admission to Parks Canada sites is free for youth 17 and under!

How much are annual national park passes?

An $80.00 Annual Pass that provides access to more than 2,000 recreation areas managed by five Federal agencies, with up to 100% of the proceeds being used to improve and enhance visitor recreation services.

Are national parks free in Ontario?

National Parks in Ontario Have a Free Day! Also, the province is home to Canada’s capital city, Ottawa and largest metropolis, Toronto.

Does it cost money to get into national parks?

Surprisingly the majority of United States National Park units are free to enter all year long. Only 116 of the 419 National Park Service units charge any sort of entrance fee. Admission to these parks can range from $5 per person to $35 per vehicle. On average National Monument is $10 per person or $20 per vehicle.

How much does Yellowstone cost?


Yellowstone National Park Entrance Fees
Private Non-commercial Vehicle $ 35.00 (valid for 7 days)
Motorcycle, Snowmobile $ 30.00 (valid for 7 days)
Single Entry (foot, bike, ski, 16+ years old) $ 20.00 (valid for 7 days)
Annual Pass (good 1 year from date of purchase) $ 70.00 (Yellowstone Annual Pass)

Do you need a pass for Jasper National Park?

All visitors to Jasper National Park are required to have a valid National Park Pass, regardless of the mode of travel. Park passes can be purchased online, at the park gates if driving to the park, or in person at the Visitor Center in downtown Jasper.