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ENTRY FEES FOR CANADA NATIONAL PARKS


Before planning your visits, it is important to know the costs and how to enter the various national parks of Canada.

Starting January 1, 2018, admission to Parks Canada places for youth 17 and under is free! There’s no better time to create lasting memories with the whole family.
 

PARKS CANADA DAILY ENTRY FEES AND ANNUAL NATIONAL PASS
WEST EAST
Banff National Park La Mauricie National Park
Adult $9.80 Adult $7.80
Senior $8.30 Senior $6.80
Youth free Youth free
Family/Group $19.60 Family/Group $15.70
Glacier National Park Forillon National Park
Adult $7.80 Adult $7.80
Senior $6.80 Senior $6.80
Youth free Youth free
Family/Group $15.70 Family/Group $15.70
Mount Revelstoke National Park Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve
Adult $7.80 Adult $5.80
Senior $6.80 Senior $4.90
Youth free Youth free
Family/Group $15.70 Family/Group $11.75
Jasper National Park Kouchibouguac National Park
Adult $9.80 Adult $7.80
Senior $8.30 Senior $6.80
Youth free Youth free
Family/Group $19.60 Family/Group $15.70
Kootenay National Park Fundy National Park
Adult $9.80 Adult $7.80
Senior $8.30 Senior $6.80
Youth free Youth free
Family/Group $19.60 Family/Group $15.70
Yoho National Park Prince Edward Island National Park
Adult $9.80 Adult $7.80
Senior $8.30 Senior $6.80
Youth free Youth free
Family/Group $19.60 Family/Group $15.70
Pacific Rim National Park Annual National Discovery Pass
(entry to 27 parks and 77 historic sites)
Adult $7.80 Adult $67.70
Senior $6.80 Senior $57.90
Youth free Youth free
Family/Group $15.70 Family/Group $136.40

 

Adult: Person 18 to 64 years of age
Senior: Person 65 years of age or over
Youth: Person 6 to 17 years of age
Family/Group: Up to 7 people arriving in a single vehicle in a national park.

You will need to pay these fees at every park you visit. If you plan to visit several National Parks during your stay, an annual pass could be a more economical choice.  Don't hesitate to ask a Parks Canada employee for more information.

Buy your Parks Canada National Pass in one of the following participating National Parks:

Alberta
Banff
Elk Island
Jasper
Waterton Lakes

British Columbia
Glacier
Kootenay
Mount Revelstoke
Pacific Rim
Yoho