Entry and service fees are charged at most national parks and national historic sites, where revenues are kept to support visitor services and facilities. This means that every time you visit a park or site you are investing in its future and in a legacy for future generations.
The following definitions apply to entry and service fee categories unless otherwise specified:
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, with a maximum of two adults, visiting a national historic site together. School Groups: Students of elementary and secondary schools.
Fees listed are currently in effect. Parks Canada has consulted on modifications to fees and is currently going through the necessary approval processes. Upon approval, new and updated fee information will be listed here. As per the Government announcement, a freeze for lockage fees is in place until March 31, 2016. An Asterisk (*) indicates a new or changed fee from the previous year. All fees listed include applicable taxes and are subject to change.
Cruises (Boarding and Landing)
LOCKAGE - COMMERCIAL
Per Site (maximum 10 persons)
Day (up to 12 hours, but not overnight)
Overnight (includes day mooring)
Commercial - Per Foot
Quay - Annual
Commercial Quay, fixed or floating, basic rate
Commercial Quay, fixed or floating, additional mooring, per square metre
PRE-SEASON PACKAGE (END OF NAVIGATION TO MARCH 31)
Six Day Lockage Permit (includes one free overnight mooring permit)
Season Lockage Permit and Season Mooring Permit (includes a 10% discount off the price of the mooring permit)