There are so many beautiful provincial and national parks in Canada but it can be hard to travel to one unless you have a car. This summer, that will all change with a shuttle bus that can drive you from several major Canadian cities to any national or provincial park. You can even get to one of the parks for free.

Parkbus is a shuttle that offers round trip transportation to parks from Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Halifax, Edmonton and Ottawa.

You can go to all kinds of places, such as Algonquin Park, the Bruce Peninsula, Rattlesnake Point, Georgian Bay Islands National Park, Killbear Provincial Park, Elora Gorge, and Rouge National Urban Park.

As of now, there are twelve routes in Ontario and Parkbus says more are on the way. The route that’s being offered for free is to Rouge National Urban Park. The other bus routes trips range in price between around $50-$90 round trip, with park entry fee included in the price of the ticket.

If you’re looking for something fun to do this summer, take some friends with you on a trip by Parkbus shuttle and explore, swim, hike and canoe through any of the gorgeous and amazing national and provincial parks Canada has to offer.

Parkbus Shuttle seating is limited so be sure to book now to have a spot if you want to take advantage of the service. For more information on Parkbus and for all available routes right now, please visit Parkbus here.