If you’ve been dreaming of spending the summer camping with your BFF’s, you might have to take a rain check. On Wednesday, Parks Canada confirmed that camping, special events and all group activities have been cancelled at Canada’s national parks. The government agency confirmed that these measures will remain in place until June, “at least.”\nIn a statement on April 14, Parks Canada announced that they would be shutting-down many of their springtime operations, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.\n“Parks Canada is committed to protecting the health and safety of Canadians, visitors, and its employees,” the notice stated.\nTo encourage Canadians to stay at home and practice physical distancing, Parks Canada explained that many of their services would be closed, including information desks and camping facilities.\n“Camping, group activities and events at all national parks, national historic sites, heritage canals and national marine conservation areas are suspended until at least May 31, 2020,” the agency confirmed.\nAll visitor services, including reception desks, information centres and lockage and mooring spaces, will be closed to the general public.\nFacilities such as washrooms, day use areas, picnic spaces and visitor centres will also be unavailable for use.\n⚠ UPDATE: Camping, group activities and events at all #ParksCanada places are now suspended until at least May 31, 2020. Details ➡ https://t.co/PfdyVWxnmGNote that our visitor facilities & vehicle access/parking remain closed until further notice. #StayHome #FlattenTheCurve pic.twitter.com/MbPdwKSijI— Parks Canada (@ParksCanada) April 15, 2020\nParks Canada also added that they will not be taking any new reservations for camping or events, until at least June 1, 2020.\n“All existing reservations set to take place prior to May 31, 2020, will be automatically cancelled and refunded in full,” the agency confirmed on Wednesday.\nIt’s no typical week, but #HappyFriday nonetheless everyone! 👋 As we’re heading into the weekend, please remember visitor facilities and vehicle access are suspended at our places – we’re asking ALL Canadians to work together and #StayHome. ❤ #WeMissYouToo #ApartTogether pic.twitter.com/2ftQ21XZ83— Parks Canada (@ParksCanada) March 27, 2020\nAlthough Parks Canada intends to have national parks up-and-running again as soon as possible, they're urging people to be mindful when making future plans, as the COVID-19 situation is always changing.\n"While the Agency looks forward to resuming services, anyone planning a visit should be aware that these measures may extend beyond May 2020 and any resumption of services will take time or be incremental in nature," Parks Canada explained.\nAs disappointing as this is, it's better to be safe than sorry!\n⚠ NEW: To encourage Cdns to #StayHome and minimize risks to our visitors & employees, we are temporarily suspending all visitor vehicle access to #ParksCanada places – effective 12:01 a.m. on Wed., March 25, 2020. https://t.co/x4U68Hi1GB #FlattenTheCurve #StayHomeSaveLives pic.twitter.com/vEVaZogLye— Parks Canada (@ParksCanada) March 24, 2020\nLast month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed in a press conference that all of Canada’s national parks would be closed until further notice.\nWhile this closure was initially only expected to last one month, it seems Canadians could be waiting for several more weeks before they can return to their favourite spots.\nParks Canada confirmed on Wednesday that vehicle access is currently prohibited, and that will remain the case "until further notice."