About Ontario Parks pass
When you borrow an Ontario Parks pass with your Brampton Library card, you get 1 day-use permit for 1 vehicle and its passengers to any provincial park in Ontario. Place a hold on an Ontario Parks pass through our catalogue here.
Every season offers possibilities for discovery. Enjoy nearby park sites less than 90 minutes drive from Brampton, including Bronte Creek, Darlington, Earl Rowe, Forks of the Credit, Sibbald Point, Springwater, and Wasaga Beach. See the parks locator to plan your visit and read our blog for recommended trails.
Brampton Library gratefully acknowledges the support of the Government of Ontario in bringing the health benefits of access to nature to our library cardholders. Learn more about the Ontario Parks Healthy People program.
Frequently asked questions
What do I need to borrow a pass?
You will need a Brampton Library card in good standing to borrow an Ontario Parks pass. Click here to learn how to get a library card.
Where can I borrow a pass?
Ontario Parks passes are made available at all Brampton Library branches. We encourage you to plan ahead and place a hold with your Brampton Library card through the catalogue. When available, an Ontario Parks pass can be borrowed on a first-come, first-served basis. To avoid disappointment, we recommend checking availability before you visit the library.
How long can I keep a borrowed pass?
You can borrow an Ontario Parks pass for seven (7) days. We appreciate your cooperation in returning this item in a timely manner.
Where can I return a borrowed pass?
You can return this pass to any Brampton Library branch, either in-person to a staff member or after hours using the book drop.