FREE DAILY ADMISSION AT PARKS CANADA FOR CAF, VETS & FAMILY

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Source: https://cfmws.ca/parks-canada

Effective January 1, 2024

 

Currently Serving members, Veterans and their immediate families receive free daily admission at Parks Canada administered places.

Parks Canada administered places will waive daily admission fees when you present your CF One card with CF, CF-F, V or V-F designation at the entry gate, visitor centre, or reception desk upon arrival. Certain conditions apply at some locations. Additional fees for services such as camping, parking, guided tours, lockage and mooring still apply.

Take a breath of fresh air and tap into all the health benefits of being outdoors. Parks Canada destinations provide the perfect setting for a memorable experience. From lighthouses to battlefields, historic neighbourhoods to cultural landscapes, there is an amazing array of places and stories to discover.

The vast network of protected areas administered by Parks Canada is a gateway to nature, history, and 450 000 km² of stories from coast to coast to coast. To make the most of your Parks Canada experience, be sure to plan ahead and visit parks.canada.ca where you can also sign up to our newsletter and follow us on social media.

 

The CFOne Card is not affiliated with CMCEN in any way. If you wish to sign up for a CFOne card please visit their website.

 

What is a CF One Platinum card?

Through the CF One Program, Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans and their immediate families receive a platinum card, and can get exclusive discounts and savings, earn rewards, and access personalized financial, fitness and wellness programs exclusive to the military community.

CF One cards are administered through Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS). CFMWS works on behalf of the Chief of the Defence Staff, under the authority of the Minister of National Defence, and provides programs and services in support of CAF members, Veterans, and their families.

For further information on the CF One Program, please visit www.cfmws.ca or contact the Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services.

 

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