If you haven't heard, it was recently announced that all Canadian national parks will be free in 2017. What better time to explore the great Canadian outdoors?

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Parks Canada will be waiving park admission fees for the year to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday.

There are over 200 national parks and historic sites across Canada that will now be free in 2017, but here are 18 of the most surreal parks.

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Yoho National Park

British Columbia


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Pacific Rim National Park Reserve

British Columbia


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Gwaii Haanas National Park

British Columbia


via @walkn

Mount Revelstoke National Park

British Columbia


via @cbezerraphotos

Banff National Park

Alberta


via @reneeroaming

Jasper National Park

Alberta


via @photojbartlett

Waterton Lakes National Park

Alberta


via @explorecanada

Prince Albert National Park

Saskatchewan


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Wapusk National Park

Manitoba


via @jessburtt

Bruce Peninsula National Park

Ontario


via @ms.chels

Forillon National Park

Quebec


via @beautifuldestinations

Cape Breton Highlands National Park

Nova Scotia


via @kittie_g

Fundy National Park

New Brunswick


via @sadieh73

Prince Edward Islands National Park

Prince Edward Island


via @explorecanada

Gros Morne National Park

Newfoundland


via @xia_howard

Ivvavik National Park

Yukon Territory

 

via @inuviktourism

Aulavik National Park of Canada

Northwest Territories


via @zen_destinations

Auyuittuq National Park

Nunavut


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