Canada opens up camping in its national parks


Canada opens up camping in its national parks

Camping in Canada is yet again a possibility as the country is looking to return to pre-COVID days. Canada national parks will become camping grounds from June 22. But it must be noted that for now, those who have existing reservations, will be permitted entry.

The national parks in Canada reopened on June 1; however, the camping facilities were not yet open. But now they are opening for camping, strictly for existing reservations for now. The Government of Canada’s arm, Parks Canada will accept new online reservations in the coming weeks. This will only be for select national parks only. Also, it has been reported that the existing reservations of international visitors will get cancelled and their money will be refunded. The new reservations will only be for Canadian citizens.

Canada opens up camping in its national parks

According to reports, Banff National Park will start accepting new reservations from June 26 onwards. Camping in the national parks of Canada during this time also means that you will have to follow a set of rules and regulations.

Visitors will have access to only a limited number of trails in the national parks, alongside day-use areas, recreational boating, and green spaces. According to Banff National Park authorities, those who are going camping in the national parks now will be required to self-isolate before reaching the camping grounds. Self-isolation cannot be done here in the camping grounds, so you would have to complete the period of time in self-isolation outside, no matter which part of Canada you are coming from.

The national parks are great summertime attractions, but visitors will have to practice social distancing when they are camping this year. Also, follow all rules and regulations of the park authorities.

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