Canada's national parks will be free in 2017

Canada’s national parks will be free in 2017

It’s Canada’s 150th year and the country’s parks have a gift for you in 2017

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Explore the splendour of the Canadian wilderness—for free. In honour of Canada’s 150th year, admission to all national parks will be on the house in 2017. (Note: fees still apply for camping and guided tours.) Book early starting in January 2017 or ask if there are first-come first-serve sites and then plan to arrive early. How much can you save? Consider that a family of four spending time at any national park in Canada pays between $13 and $19 for a day pass. During a road trip, a family can often visit three parks. So a visit to Banff National Park in Alberta, Bruce Peninsula in Ontario and Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Nova Scotia which would have a family total of $53.90,will cost $0 in 2017. Oh, Canada!


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