Beat the lineups when you buy your Discovery Pass from CanaDream

We are happy to provide Guests with the opportunity to purchase Parks Canada annual Discovery Passes when they make an RV booking with CanaDream.

The Parks Canada Discovery Pass is the most valuable pass sold to visitors.   The Discovery Pass is the gateway to history, nature, and adventure from coast to coast to coast.

The Discovery Pass gives you free entry to all participating National Parks across Canada, along with Parks Canada operated National Historic Sites and Marine Reserves (over 80 sites) and is valid for twelve months from the date you receive it. The pass is not valid for any Quebec National Park Locations (Societe des etablissements de plein air du Quebec). Click the link or more information on Quebec National Parks/SEPAQ.

Whether you’re looking for adventure, fun activities for the family or a break from the everyday, it all starts with your Discovery Pass. The more often you use it, the more value it delivers – 450 000km2 of memories await!

The Pass will be given to you at the pick-up location when you collect your motorhome. Annual passes are available for Individuals, Seniors and Families and must be pre-purchased prior to your arrival. Individual passes cover only one person while a Family Pass is valid for  up to seven people travelling together in the same vehicle. We do not sell daily passes.

If you purchase a Park Pass from CanaDream and you later cancel your booking, you will receive a full refund on the Pass. Once you have picked up your RV and Park Pass, no refunds will be given. The same applies for lost or stolen Passes.

See where you can use your Parks Canada Discovery Pass by downloading the brochure and map.

Aerial view of l'anse aux meadows national historic site, newfoundland Old paddle steamer ss klondike moored in Whitehorse
Winding road through Cape Breton National Park in Fall Lone hikder overlooking the turquoise waters of Peyto Lake in Banff National Park
Top Left: L'anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, NFL           Top Right:  ss "Klondike" National Historic Site, Whitehorse
Bottom Left: Cape Breton Highlands National Park                       Bottom Right: Peyto Lake, Banff National Park