COVID-19 and your visit to Miette Hot Springs
Openings and services differ across the country. Please check the Parks Canada national information portal dedicated to COVID-19 for regular updates.
Important information about your visit to Miette Hot Springs
What’s open (updated May 6, 2022)
Open: Miette Hot Springs (Jasper National Park)
- 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily
- Last entry is 7:30 p.m. daily
What to expect:
- is first come, first served.
- Reservations and pre-booked tickets are not available.
- Hours of operation may change.
- Capacity limits may change to ensure appropriate lifeguard-to-patron ratios are maintained.
- Will change throughout the day.
- Dress for the weather and pack a metal or plastic water bottle for each member of your group.
- During peak hours, you may have to wait outside without access to shade or shelter
- Last entry is 7:30 p.m.
- Those still in line will have to return on a different day.
Swimwear and towels
- Swimsuit and towel rentals are available.
- Towels are available for purchase.
- you must wear appropriate swimwear while in the hot springs.
- in addition to traditional North American swimwear, patrons may wear: long-sleeved shirt and pants, t-shirts and shorts or any other swimwear that allows them to feel comfortable whether for cultural, religious, personal preference, and/or medical / health reasons.
- all swimwear must be different from the clothing the patron arrived in, freshly laundered and not impair the patron’s ability to swim and the lifeguard’s ability to perform a rescue in the event of an emergency.
- Underwear on its own is not appropriate swimwear.
- Limited snacks and drinks are available through on-site vending machines
- Food and drinks other than water in a plastic or metal bottle are only permitted in the designated eating area.
- An outdoor picnic area is located nearby.
What’s closed (updated May 6, 2022)
Closed: Miette Hot Springs Café and gift shop
Your safety when visiting
- The health and safety of Canadians, park visitors and Parks Canada team members is our top priority.
- Parks Canada has followed local health guidelines and provincial regulations to reopen many visitor experiences at national parks and national historic sites across Canada.
- Plan ahead and follow all local regulations when visiting Jasper National Park.