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[Ontario Parks] Ontario Provincial Parks Pass, Annual Day-use $99, Summer Day-use $75

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[Ontario Parks] Ontario Provincial Parks Pass, Annual Day-use $99, Summer Day-use $75

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I recall this being more in recent years.

Annual Day-Use vehicle permit 2021 $99
It’s valid from January 1, 2021 until December 31, 2021

Summer Day-Use vehicle permit 2021 $75
It’s valid from April 1, 2021 until November 30, 2021

Winter Day-Use vehicle permit 2021 $75.22
It’s valid from December 1, 2020 until March 31, 2021
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Thanks. Will think about the summer permit when February/March roll around
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Ontario provincial Parks have user fees?
Dang why can't it just be funded by tax dollars
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Is this early birds pricing or regular pricing for 2021 due to Convid?
2020 price is $175 for annual pass and $125 for summer pass.
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Great deal! Day passes are around $14-18/day so this pays for itself after 6-7 day trips over the year.
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Psyclist wrote: Great deal! Day passes are around $14-18/day so this pays for itself after 6-7 day trips over the year.
If they are reducing the price of seasonal pass due to convid, they are also likely to reduce the price of the day pass , so you still have to do the usual no. of trips to make it worthwhile.
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findmesumdealz wrote: Ontario provincial Parks have user fees?
Dang why can't it just be funded by tax dollars
It's a good way to target the users of the parks, rather than have the entire province subsidize it entirely. We already pay significant sums, and many of us don't go.

Enjoy it for what it is, there's nothing like natural beauty, and those prices are very reasonable.
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MrBanks321 wrote: I recall this being more in recent years.

Annual Day-Use vehicle permit 2021 $99
It’s valid from January 1, 2021 until December 31, 2021

Summer Day-Use vehicle permit 2021 $75
It’s valid from April 1, 2021 until November 30, 2021

Winter Day-Use vehicle permit 2021 $75.22
It’s valid from December 1, 2020 until March 31, 2021
IIRC, I paid about$150 for my 2020 summer pass. The annual pass was $175.0
Is this a black Friday deal or the new regular price?
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findmesumdealz wrote: Ontario provincial Parks have user fees?
Dang why can't it just be funded by tax dollars
This province's way of nickle and diming us. I believe BC and Alberta's provincial parks are free.

Fyi, the non-managed Ontario provincial parks are free to visit, however, many of them are just protected areas that don't have trails.
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This is a great deal. Visiting parks helped save the covid summer for the kids. Spent way more than this day tripping.

Thanks OP.
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Is this pass linked to the vehicle or person???

Can i share this pass with some one else??
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is your license plate written on the pass? if i have 2 cars, do i need to decide which car to register? or is it based on home address?
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I believe any revenue generated by parks goes directly back to parks rather than into general revenue.

They may not be free, but they are funded at least partially by users.
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densil_lopez wrote: Is this pass linked to the vehicle or person???

Can i share this pass with some one else??
In previous years it was just a general printed pass you hang or leave visible in your vehicle with no specific writing to you or your vehicle.
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densil_lopez wrote: Is this pass linked to the vehicle or person???

Can i share this pass with some one else??
sonyminidiscman wrote: is your license plate written on the pass? if i have 2 cars, do i need to decide which car to register? or is it based on home address?
Last I checked when I inquired last year with the parks, was that it is not attached to any 1 particular vehicle. It's just a pass for 1 car and it's occupants. Makes sense. This is a great deal. This is Covid adjusted pricing for sure folks. Was not too far off double the price in years past.
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How much is per visit? What’s the break even point? 2 visits? 3?
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Never found those “managed” parks worth visiting. They are heavily man made and not very natural at all.
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texasbruce wrote: Never found those “managed” parks worth visiting. They are heavily man made and not very natural at all.
Frontenac is at least one managed park that would change your mind.

But yes, some of them are just campgrounds with nothing wild about them.
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pongster wrote: How much is per visit? What’s the break even point? 2 visits? 3?
I think it was roughly $18 per park. I think it depends on the park.

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