Coronavirus (COVID-19) impacts
  • The Information Centres are closed for in-person service
  • You can contact the Visitor Information team daily from 9 am to 5 pm
  • All Parks Canada brochures and maps are available on our maps and brochures page

Visit the Jasper National Park COVID-19 page for updates on park services and sites.

The summer months are our busiest–where we can see over a million visitors in just a few months. The fall is a great time to travel to Jasper, the town is much quieter and the fall colours are absolutely brilliant (and can be the best time of year for hiking and biking). The winter months are pretty incredible! With countless activities, we encourage you to venture beyond to Jasper during this time of year. Spring comes early in Jasper and it’s a great time of year for skiing and wildlife viewing.


Information Centre National Historic Site and backcountry trail office

The Information Centres are closed for in-person service

Located at 500 Connaught Drive
Information Centre: Phone 780-852-6176
Backcountry trail office: Phone 780-852-6177

Jasper townsite information centre hours of operation
Date Hours
January 2 to May 15 9 am to 5 pm
May 16 to October 9 9 am to 5 pm By phone and email only
October 10 to December 31 9 am to 5 pm
January 2, 2020 to May 13, 2020 9 am to 5 pm
December 25, 26 and January 1 Closed

All Parks Canada brochures and maps are available on our maps and brochures page


The Parks Canada information desk at the Icefield Centre

The Information Centres are closed for in-person service

Located 103 km south of Jasper on Highway 93
Phone: 780-852-6176
Fax: 780-852-6287

The Parks Canada information desk at the Icefield Centre
Date Hours
May 16 to September 29 9 am to 5 pm By phone and email only
September 30, 2020 to May 2, 2021 Closed