In 2019, Parks Canada conducted public and stakeholder consultations on fees. Based on the feedback received, Parks Canada will be making changes to some fees beginning January 2023.
Learn more about these adjustments.
Parks Canada adjusts fees every two years based on changes in the Consumer Price Index. The next fee adjustment will be January 1, 2024. For a commercial fee list, contact Parks Canada’s travel trade team at
Access special rates with Parks Canada’s commercial group tour admission fees and FIT passes. Find out which option best suits your clients’ needs.
Make a reservation
Reserve campsites, special accommodations such as oTENTiks, Burgess Shale hikes, and shuttles for your clients.
Parks Canada App
Find the information needed to help your clients plan their visit, and discover hidden gems and other memorable that can be added to your itineraries.
Infrastructure improvements at Parks Canada
To ensure visitors have the best possible experiences, we are renewing structures like trails, campgrounds, visitor centres and parkways in our treasured places across the country. These upcoming projects may have a temporary impact on your clients’ visit.
Business licences for tour operators and guides are required at many Parks Canada administered locations. Get more information on how to obtain a business licence.
Wildlife and safety
Observing wildlife is one of the most fascinating experiences that national parks in Canada have to offer. Check out our tips to help your clients respect wildlife and stay safe.
Camping and accommodations
The best way for your clients to experience Parks Canada is to stay overnight! We have an accommodation option to suit every taste and comfort level.
Travel tips and ideas
Having a tough time choosing places and experiences for your itineraries? These tips and ideas will help you make the most of your client’s visit.