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Parks Canada “We Open June 1” – News Release

Discover Parks Canada – News Release

450 000 km² of memories

Spring 2020

COVID-19 update

Graphic with text: We open June 1; Find out how to plan your visit

Good news! Starting June 1, some operations will gradually resume at certain Parks Canada places. You will soon be able to enjoy some trails, day use areas, green spaces, and some access for recreational boating.

All camping facilities remain closed until at least June 21, while Parks Canada assesses whether and how these services might resume.

Opening dates, visitor access and services will vary across the country depending on the measures in place in each province and territory. Visit our website regularly for the latest COVID-19-related information.

Keep in mind that your upcoming visit will be different than in past seasons. Plan ahead and be prepared!

Memories await

Video: Memories await

While we pause, nature continues. While we reflect on our stories, new ones begin. As we do our part to help flatten the curve, know that Parks Canada places will be here waiting for you. #WeMissYouToo

Visit virtually

Google Trekker records data at Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve, and Haida Heritage Site.

Visit more than one hundred of Canada’s natural and historical treasures from the comfort of your own home! Google Street View can bring you there. Explore virtually as you decide what to add to your bucket list! #ParksAtHome

Click, share, identify!

A volunteer uses their smartphone to capture a visual record of the insect they’ve found during a BioBlitz event held on Sidney Island. Gulf Islands National Park Reserve.

Spring has sprung and there are new things to see everywhere! Use the iNaturalist app to see what other people have found in your neighbourhood, share images of your discoveries and get help to identify nature in your own backyard. #ParksHomeAdventure

Looking for more ways to connect? Join the #NatureForAll global movement and get inspired by the love of nature all around the world.

Stay connected

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Get the latest COVID-19 updates and connect with us! Be inspired and witness the latest efforts to conserve our national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites. Subscribe to our social media channels today!

Are you young, dynamic and wanting to change the world? Join the Parkslife movement. Discover exciting adventures and share your experiences.

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