Where should you go with Free Canada Parks Pass?

Many programs and events have been arranged or are on the line in the coming year to celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary. If you are someone who wants to get a chance to celebrate for free, then there is good news for you. More so, if you are a nature lover!

Unless you haven’t seen or read the news, now you have a chance to get free admission to all national parks, national historic places and national marine conservation regions managed by Parks Canada. The agency has introduced the 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass which can be availed completely for free (you have to pay $136.40 at other times) and gives you access to all the above-mentioned facilities for the whole year.

What is Free in the 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass?

All the 148 national parks, marine conservation regions, and historic places can be visited for free with the pass. All places under Parks Canada from coast to coast are free to visit till 31 December 2017. Tourists from the remote reaches of the planet come to Canada to enjoy the incredible beauty of nature and of course, some of them want to visit famous gambling houses. Today entertainment activities for game lovers became even more available. You don’t need to spend your time looking for gambling establishment ‒ just drop in ValleyGames web advisor and you will definitely find the best online casino to your liking.

What you have to pay for is any other activity or service that does not come complimentary with admission fees like guided tours, reservation fees, hikes and trek programs, camping, accommodations and so on.

A single Discovery pass is sufficient for the whole family and a total of four such passes will be available per order.

Where can you get your Parks Canada Pass?

You can apply for the pass online if you are still to plan your visit. The passes are also available at many physical locations including Parks Canada offices, CIBC branches, MEC stores and multiple places all over the country.

You need to be present physically to collect the passes.

Where should you go with the Discovery Pass?

All the sites under Parks Canada are open to you and you can plan a trip anytime you want. There are so many parks that it might be a bit confusing to choose one of them. So here we will disclose a few parks which you are worth a visit.

1.Banff National Park, Alta

You can see the young calves of the 16 bisons who were introduced in February. There is also plan to construct a 10-km walking trail around the place within September.

2. Pukaskwa National Park, Ontario

Enjoy the 24-kilometer trail following the Lake Superior and then embark 60 kilometers on the amazing Trans Canada Trail.

3. Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, B.C.

The springs and streams destroyed by the earthquake have been restored with two pools built to collect the hot water. There is also a bathhouse to wash before getting in the pools.

4. Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, B.C.

You can go on the trek on the West Coast Trail for seven days and visit the renovated Kwisitis Visitor Centre at the end of it.

Explore nature the right way – there is just so much that Canada offers! All you need to do is to pack your bags and start off!