There is an entry/service fee to Jasper National Park. The proceeds from the fee go towards maintaining facilities and infrastructure like bridges, paths, and picnic areas, as well as information centers and interpretive programs.
The fees for 2007 are as follows:
Family/group of 2 or more - $17.80
Adult - $8.90
Senior - $7.65
Youth - $4.45
There is a lane that you can drive through if you are just passing through and continuing along the highway. Sometimes people go in this lane, but stay in Jasper anyways, just so they don't have to pay. Please help contribute to this beautiful national park by paying the small entrance fee.
This old Locomotive is a beautty, located in Jasper's Heritage Railway station , there are several old retired railwagon's on display .The old locomotives ,after they were retired ,many ended up on display all over Canada. This Locomotive has its number displayed , I believe it is 6035.
The location is just of Connaugh Drive downtown Jasper.
This picture shows the entrance gate to the Jasper National Park. Canadian National Parks do charge entree fees.
While we were going through the parks , on June the 1 they raised the Day pass from $6 dollar to $7 dollar.The old price of a year pass was $75 dollar ,but it also went up(don't know how much) .The $75 dollar lets you in all National parks .So if you only plan going to 2 parks you better of getting day pass or two days passes.If you plan on going 5,6 or more parks you are beter of to get a yearly pass.I hope this makes sense.
This is the beautiful restored Jasper Heritage Railway Station , it now is the office
for the Jasper National Park, and it also is used to sell tickets for Via Rail and Greyhound Bus lines .
It is a beautiful big buiding in the centre of Jasper.
Fees vary from Park to Park - some fees are activity/facility related - visitors planning on travelling throughout several parks in the mountains are advised to purchase the Western Annual Pass - it will make your visit a lot less stressful...
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