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Parks Canada: FREE Admission to All National Parks, National Historic Sites and National Marine Conservation Areas in 2017

Parks Canada is offering FREE admission to all national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas in 2017 to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary! Plus, boating enthusiasts can get free lockage at all of Canada's historic canals and waterways!

To take advantage of this offer, you'll need to order a 2017 Discovery Pass, Seasonal Lockage Permit or Seasonal Overnight Mooring Permit. All passes are free and only the 2017 Discovery Pass is currently available, with the other passes coming soon.
While admission is free to all Parks Canada locations, regular fees still apply for other activities, including:
  • Backcountry overnight use
  • Camping, backcountry and other accommodations
  • Canadian Rockies Hot Springs
  • Firewood
  • Guided tours and hikes and programs not regularly included with admission
  • Mooring
  • Parking fees
  • Reservation fees
Be sure to check with the Parks Canada location you'll be visiting before you embark on your trip for complete details.
The passes are available now and will be available to order throughout 2017. All passes are valid from January 1 to December 31 2017.

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