Admission to Canada’s national parks is free in 2017, and it’s time to start taking advantage. Parks Canada is offering free 2017 Discover Passes to commemorate the Great White North’s 150th anniversary, and that means you gain admission-free access to all of the country’s historic sites, marine conservation areas and national parks.
Thousand Islands National Park
Thousand Islands National Park feels more like a luxury retreat than your typical national park.
Yoho National Park
While many travellers explore the Canadian Rockies from world-renowned Banff National Park, others are enjoying the smaller crowds and rugged natural beauty of Yoho National Park in southeastern British Columbia.
Kluane National Park
Adventuring to the Yukon is a bucket-list item for many travellers, and the summer of 2017 is an ideal time to fulfill this lifelong dream.
Terra Nova National Park
Many travellers assume Canada’s most impressive national parks are located in the western provinces, but Terra Nova National Park continues to wow adventurers as the most easterly park in the country.