Parks Canada will be providing free daily admission to active CAF members, Veterans of the CAF, and their immediate families.

Spending time in nature is beneficial to one’s health and exploring cultural sites and stories can provide opportunities to spend quality time alone or with families and friends. Parks Canada administered national historic sites, national parks and national marine conservation areas provide excellent opportunities for Canadians to get outside, relieve stress, and connect with loved ones. By providing free daily admission, Parks Canada is supporting the health and wellness of CAF members, Veterans of the CAF, and their immediate family members.

Effective January 1, 2024, CAF members, Veterans of the CAF, and their immediate families will receive free daily admission to all Parks Canada administered locations by presenting their CF One Platinum card, which is administered through Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS). CF One Platinum cards are exclusively issued to currently serving members and Veterans of the CAF and their immediate families. Veterans can also present their Veteran’s Service Card which is available to any former member of the Canadian Armed Forces who completed basic training and has been honorably released.

To make the most of your Parks Canada experience, visitors are advised to plan in advance, by visiting the Parks Canada website and signing up for the e-newsletter, to find out about new and noteworthy events and activities, special offers, trip planning ideas and much more. Visitors can also download the Parks Canada app, listen to Parks Canada’s new podcast ReCollections, and follow Parks Canada on social media for destination inspiration and to help plan their perfect visit.

By Editor