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Discount passes for the P.E.I. National Park will once again be available for a limited time over the holiday season.
Early-bird passes will be on sale until Dec. 21 at a price of $49 for a family/group pass. The regular cost of a family/group pass for 2018 is $78.50.
Individual adult ($19.60) and senior ($17.10) early bird seasonal passes are also available.
Early bird passes will also be available for sale between April 1 and June 15.
The passes are valid for unlimited entry to P.E.I. National Park for the 2019 season.
Entrance fees collected are invested directly back into Parks Canada’s activities and facility improvements at P.E.I. National Park.
Passes can be purchased at Ardgowan National Historic Site, 2 Palmers Ln., Charlottetown, from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Passes are not available online at this time.
P.E.I. National Park is also offering a 20 per cent discount until Dec. 31 on 2019 Parks Canada Discovery Passes. Discovery Passes are valid for unlimited entry to more than 80 national parks, national marine conservation areas and Parks Canada administered national historic sites across the country that typically charge an entry fee.
Visit the Parks Canada website for more information on purchasing a Discovery Pass.