Canada has so many breathtaking National and Provincial Parks to explore. The problem is if you don't have a car, it can be very challenging to visit them. Thankfully, there is a shuttle bus that will transport you from Canadian cities to national and provincial parks for free this summer!
Parkbus is a shuttle that is available in several Canadian cities including Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Halifax, Edmonton, and Ottawa. Providing round trip transportation to and from the city, Parkbus makes it easy for you to spend time outdoors.
From Toronto, there are plenty of routes available across Ontario. You can take the bus to the Rattlesnake Point, Christie Lake Conservation Area, Bruce Peninsula, Algonquin Park, Killarney Provincial Park, Grundy Lake Provincial Park, Killbear Provincial Park, Georgian Bay Islands National Park, Elora Gorge, Rockwood, Rattlesnake Point and Rouge National Urban Park.
Currently, only some of the Parkbus routes are listed, but more will be listed soon! From Toronto, the only free route is to Rouge National Urban Park. The other bus routes vary in price depending on the distance, but there are several that are under $50 roundtrip with the park entry fee included.
So what are you waiting for? Time to make plans with your friends for a fun day trip. Instead of being stuck in the city, you can escape and have the perfect summer day swimming, hiking and canoeing!
Spaces on Parkbus shuttle is limited, so make sure to book now to guarantee a seat. For more information about the available routes, or to make a reservation visit the Parkbus website.