Fees: Jasper National Park pass
Just like all national parks in the North American Rockies, Jasper National Park requires visitors to purchase a park pass upon arrival. Here’s the basic info travelers need to know when it comes to park passes.
What is a park pass?
An actual “park pass” is a permit that allows visitors to visit any a national park in Canada during the time period in which it is valid. All visitors must buy a park pass, as the correlating fee contributes to maintenance of scenic parkways, day use areas, updating information and public safety, trails and interpretation sites.
Anyone visiting, stopping for picnics and viewpoints, or visiting lakes and villages must purchase a pass. Anyone traveling the Icefields Parkway (aka Highway 93) also must purchase a park pass.
What are the fees
Fees vary on a number of factors. However here is a recent chart listing:
Adult: Person 17 to 64 years of age
Senior: Person 65 years of age or over
Youth: Person 6 to 16 years of age
Family/Group: Up to seven people arriving in a single vehicle in a national park.
School Groups: Students of elementary and secondary schools.
Adult $ 9.80
Senior $ 8.30
Youth $ 4.90
Family/Group $ 19.60
Commercial Group, per person $ 8.30
School Groups, per student $ 3.90
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