You can do lots of pretty cool things with your Brampton library card, use 3D printers, borrow millions of e-books, read magazines and more. Perhaps one of the coolest things though is camping, and for free.

With a Brampton Library card, you can get free admission to Toronto Region Conservation Authority and Credit Valley Conservation parks.

The pass gives up to six individuals in one vehicle free general admission access to Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and Credit Valley Conservation parks.

TRCA has three parks in the GTA that offer camping — Albion Hills, Glen Rouge and Indian Line. With your pass borrowed from Brampton Library you have access to these three parks for free, though you’ll have to pay the campsite rental fee, which is about $30 for all three parks.

Indian Line campground is actually located in Brampton just on the outskirts at 

Brampton Library system has 44 passes across seven branches that can be borrowed. Passes are checked out by visiting the circulation desk. Find out more about borrowing passes for conservation areas here.

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