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National Parks of Canada Camping Regulations (SOR/80-127)

Regulations are current to 2024-02-06 and last amended on 2010-02-02. Previous Versions

Powers of the Superintendent (continued)

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  • SOR/91-236, s. 11(F)
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 The superintendent may refuse entry to or remove from a public campground any person who is unable to demonstrate to the superintendent that he is a person described in paragraph 3(1)(a) or (b).

  • SOR/81-381, s. 1
  • SOR/91-236, s. 11(F)
  • SOR/93-166, s. 9(E)

Cancellation of Permits

 The superintendent may cancel a camping permit where

  • (a) without the written authorization of the superintendent, the campsite to which the permit applies is not occupied;

  • (b) the holder of the permit fails to keep the campsite to which their permit applies or any portable cabin, trailer or other shelter or structure on that campsite in a satisfactory condition;

  • (c) the holder of the permit has furnished incorrect, false or misleading information to the superintendent in order to secure the permit or maintain it in force; or

  • (d) the holder of the permit fails to comply with

    • (i) the conditions of the permit,

    • (ii) a directive or prohibition of the superintendent made pursuant to these Regulations, or

    • (iii) any notice that has been posted by the superintendent at the entrance, or on the most common means of access, to a public campground.

  • SOR/91-236, ss. 10(F), 11(F)
  • SOR/93-166, s. 9(E)
  • SOR/2009-322, s. 13

 No person, other than the holder of a camping permit for seasonal camping, whose camping permit has been cancelled under section 16 shall, within 48 hours from the time of the cancellation of his camping permit, enter any public campground.

  • SOR/91-236, s. 10(F)
  •  (1) Any person, other than the holder of a camping permit for seasonal camping, whose camping permit has been cancelled under section 16 shall forthwith remove from the campsite to which the permit applies any trailer or other vehicle, structure, chattel or article placed there by him.

  • (2) The superintendent may remove any trailer or other vehicle, structure, chattel or article left in a Park in violation of these Regulations.

  • SOR/91-236, ss. 10(F), 11(F)
  • SOR/93-166, ss. 9(E), 10(F)

Seasonal Camping

  •  (1) The superintendent may, in a camping permit issued for seasonal camping, authorize for a period not exceeding 24 weeks,

    • (a) the use of a portable cabin of one storey in Waskesiu campground in Prince Albert National Park; or

    • (b) the use of a portable cabin of one storey or a trailer in Clear Lake campground in Riding Mountain National Park.

  • (2) No person shall, in seasonal camping, use a portable cabin or trailer that

    • (a) in the opinion of the superintendent is too large for any available campsite; or

    • (b) does not conform to standards required for recreational vehicles or mobile home housing under the National Building Code of Canada or the Dominion Fire Regulations.

  • SOR/89-142, s. 4
  • SOR/91-236, s. 11(F)
  • SOR/93-166, s. 9(E)

 No person shall locate a portable cabin or trailer on a campsite unless there is sufficient space remaining in the campsite to permit the parking of a motor vehicle on the campsite.

  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2), no holder of a camping permit for seasonal camping shall locate, construct or alter a storage shed in a Park.

  • (2) The superintendent may authorize in writing the holder of a camping permit for seasonal camping to locate, construct or alter a storage shed on a campsite subject to such conditions as the superintendent specifies in the authorization.

  • SOR/91-236, ss. 10(F), 11(F)
  • SOR/93-166, s. 9(E)
  •  (1) Where a camping permit for seasonal camping is cancelled, the superintendent shall give notice of cancellation to the holder of the permit by

    • (a) mailing a copy of the notice to the holder of the permit at his post office address in the Park; or

    • (b) posting a copy of the notice in the vicinity of the entrance to the portable cabin or the trailer on the campsite to which the permit applied.

  • (2) The date of giving notice pursuant to subsection (1) shall be the date the notice was so mailed or posted.

  • (3) Where a notice of cancellation has been given pursuant to subsection (1), the person who was issued the camping permit for seasonal camping shall forthwith remove the portable cabin or trailer and any other vehicles, structures, chattels and articles from the campsite to which the permit applies within 48 hours from the date the notice was given.

  • SOR/91-236, ss. 10(F), 11(F)
  • SOR/93-166, ss. 9(E), 10(F)
 

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